Configure Dual Zone External Pad1

Anyone know how to set up a dual zone pad on a Sample Pad Pro plugged into Pad 1?
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  • Hi James,

    Thanks for posting. 

    If you're using a dual zone pad with your SampePad Pro, you will need to be using a TRS cable. Follow these steps below to learn how to assign samples to a pad or external trigger:

    1. Move the cursor to the Trigger Location parameter by pressing the Cursor Up or Cursor Down buttons.
    2. Use the Cursor Left or Cursor Right buttons to select the pad or ext. trigger that you would like to assign the sample to.
    3. Move the cursor to the Sample Location parameter by pressing the Cursor Up or Cursor Down buttons.
    4. Use the Cursor Left or Cursor Right buttons to select the location of the sample that you would like to assign. (internal or card)
    5. Move the cursor to the Sample Name parameter by pressing the Cursor Up or Cursor Down buttons.
    6. Use the Cursor Left or Cursor Right buttons to browse the internal memory or SD card and select the sample that you would like to assign to this trigger location. 
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  • Bill, While informative your response falls a bit short of actually answering the question. While I know how to set it up I still am experiencing an issue.

    As above (assuming that you have a dual zone pad and TRS cord plugged into pad
    1 jack in back of device)

    We need the steps of selecting EXT A and setting a sound for that as well as setting the sound for EXT B.

    Whenever I try to do this the sample pad pro doesn't retain the separate EXT A and B sounds and treats the pad as a single zone.

    Hope you can expand on this situation soon.

    Thanks!
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