How do I remove wav files I've loaded onto my Crimson ii?

I have a Crimson ii kit. I loaded 100 wav files onto the command module but now I'd like to remove them. Do I need to do a factory reset of the voices? Or is there an easier way to delete the samples I've loaded.
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  • Hi Scott,

    Thanks for posting. 

    It is not currently possible to remove individual files from the flash drive from the module. Instead, to remove individual files, connect the flash drive or module to your computer and delete the desired files manually.

    I hope this helps!
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  • I'm not sure we're on the same page here. I've loaded wav files onto the COMMAND MODULE and now I want to remove those files from the COMMAND MODULE. Can I not do that directly from the command module? Are you saying that I need to hook my computer to the command module in order to do this? Certainly you don't mean to say that I need to use a flash drive / jump drive to perform this task, right?
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    I don't own a Command module but there are some clues in the User guide (p11):
    "Samples that you have loaded to the drum module can only be deleted all at once.
    In other words, if you have loaded multiple samples into a kit (or to multiple kits), you cannot delete only one of your samples; you must delete all of them."

    Maybe the easiest way to delete user voices is via Factory Resets (p13):
    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 Factory Reset, and then press Enter.
    4. Use the Down and Up buttons to select which settings you want to return to the defaults: Voice (only the user voices),
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  • Thanks rhysT. It seems that a factory reset is what they mean when they say that I have to delete all of them. I just hoped that there was an actual "delete" command somewhere in the command unit. A factory reset might have unintended consequences to the user kits that I've customized. But I'll give it a shot.
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  • Pretty ridiculous how it's impossible to delete individual samples. I have the Forge kit and it's the same deal.
    All the responses from Alesis' employees on these threads dont seem to understand this question at all.
    Factory reset voices is the way to do it. Luckily I messed up the export settings on my first samples and I'm trying to remove them to replace them with the fixed files, so a factory reset doesn't hurt me since all my sample voices are trash.

    But this would really suck for someone who has a bunch of custom sounds loaded in and cant get rid of any crappy samples without wiping out all their other samples. Thumbs down on this one, Alesis.
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