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Samples & Command Module

Hi All,

1. I couldn't find the total storage space limit for importing samples. Anyone know?

2. Is there a way to batch load samples (instead of one at a time)?

3. Do you know of any shortcuts for assigning the loaded user sample voices to kit? I'm currently needing to turn the scroll wheel an awful lot. It would be cool if there was a shortcut to the portion of the list where the User ones reside.

4. Is there a way to delete a single sample?

5. Any other tips you have (not already included in the User Manual)?
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  • Hello,

    Thanks for posting. 

    Your samples on the Command Kit cannot be larger than 15 MB. The module currently isn't capable of batch-loading samples, nor are there shortcuts for assigning sample voices; but I can submit these to my software team as a feature request for you. Additionally, 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. 

    I hope this helps!
    • how do you delete the samples?
    • In order to delete the samples, the USB drive would need to be formatted. Follow these steps below:

      Formatting Your USB Drive
      1. Insert your USB drive into the USB port on the right side of the module.  Please wait while the screen reads USB PROCESSING.
          Alesis Crimson Right

      2.  From the main screen hit the MENU button.  Press the DOWN button to highlight USB MEMORY and hit ENTER.

        Alesis Crimson Frmt

      3. Press the DOWN button to highlight FORMAT and then hit ENTER.  

        Alesis Crimson Formo


      4. After hitting ENTER you will be reminded that all data on the drive will be erased. 
          Alesis Crimson Erase


      5. Once FORMAT PROCESSING is completed your USB is properly formatted for the Crimson Module.

        Alesis Crimson Process
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