Help adding custom hi hat sample to Alesis Crimson

Hello

I have an Alesis crimson mesh kit. I got custom samples. I can assign those samples to any pad without problems.
But i cant do it with hi hat. I have 2 samples for openend and closed hi hat (separate wav file), but in kit editor i only see 1 option for hi hat.

Anyone knows how to assign custom samples to hi hat?

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  • Hi Gerardo,

    Thanks for posting. 

    Follow these steps below to edit a voice within your kits:

    1. Press kit to enter the Kit Selection page. 
    2. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu. 
    3. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Voice, and then press Enter. 
    4. Hit the pad whose voice you want to edit. The pad's name will appear at the top of the display. Alternatively, you may also use the dial or Left and Right buttons. 
      The display will show the pad's current voice and its parameters. On this page, use the Down, Up, Left, and Right buttons to change the pad's current voice name
    5. Don't forget to save!

    I hope this helps! For more information, please refer to page 6 of the included quickstart guide. 
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  • Hi,
    i know those steps. But in the select Voice there is only one option for hi hat, there are not 2 options (opened and closed). I have 2 .wav files (one for opened and another for closed) .
    How can i set up 2 voices if in the menu exists only one hi hat option?
    The .wav for hi hat must have the 2 sounds? I tried making a .wav file with 2 channels and one sound (open and close) at each channel. It doesnt work too.
    Same thing for choke at cymbals. I have the .wav sample for choke but the option doesnt exists in the menu
    Thanks
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