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I’m Almost excited but hopeful. I recently purchased a multi pad and almost love it BUT it needs an editor bad.

Software Editor for the Strike Pro Multipad

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  • Yeah, there's no way to save your samples once you edit them on the Strike. I learned this because I wanted to dump one Strike Multipad into another. Learned that it saves kit configurations during "All User Kit Save" but not the sample in those kits. kind of useless.
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  • Hello, Everyone

    Thanks for posting! 

    Currently exporting samples from the Strike Multipad is not feature but I would be happy to submit your feedback to our developers :) I agree it would be a great feature update. The "All User Kit Save" option will save the instance of SMP, this is very useful if you have more than 70 User Kits. You can save the instance of the SMP with your kits, restore the SMP and create another batch of User Kits. 

    Hope this helps! 
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  • Yeah, It definitely needs to do both however (save user kit configs and samples) - even if user kit backups take ten minutes and requires a 32GB card, it's still worth it. I have two SMPs: one for my studio and one for gigs/the road, but they have identical user kits on them. I had to literally take the output of one strike and connect it to the sample record of the other to duplicate the kit sounds on the strike that I take out. It was a major pain. Also, if I do something overseas, I would rather not take either of them; I'd rather just get one there and bring my USB stick. Right now I'd have to spend hours recreating the sounds once there.
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  • Seems the Multipad only saves samples in internal memory and they cannot be exported or saved to the USB memory. If you ever delete one you wanted to keep or do a factory reset you are screwed. Also, there's no way to export and do precision edits on a computer. Alesis should fix this. That's a significant missing capability vs. the competition.
    • Hello, WR Hughes

      Currently, there is not an export feature for the Strike Multipad so if you wanted to retrieve any loops or samples you have made you would have to record them out of the Main outputs to your DAW. We have already submitted this feature request to our developers. :)

      Thank you for your feedback!
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  • This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Exporting recorded samples... you can't !.

    Seems the Multipad only saves samples in internal memory and they cannot be exported or saved to the USB memory. If you ever delete one you wanted to keep or do a factory reset you are screwed. Also, there's no way to export and do precision edits on a computer or copy a sample to another multipad.
    Alesis should fix this. That's a significant missing capability vs. the competition ie. the Roland SPD-SX "save to wave" function.
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