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Identifying sample being used by AfroCuban DVI

Using the AfroCuban DVI, some of the instruments such as congas use open tones, muted tones, bass tones. Is there a list linking which sample is associated with each key when the instrument is percussive or does not use a chromatic scale? I find it very confusing not knowing the sample currently being used.
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  • Hello Dermont,

    Thanks for posting. Typically, there are usually two causes for this problem. It could be either MIDI or sound card / routing related.
    • Make sure that the DVI’s MIDI input is set to receive from your MIDI device properly. This may be done by going to the clicking on the “I/O Settings tab,” and making sure your MIDI device is selected in the “MIDI Ports” list and has a check mark next to it.
    • Make sure the DVI’s Audio Output is set to your Audio Output Device. This may be done by clicking on the “I/O Settings tab” and making sure that the Audio Device that you want to use is selected. You can tell that it’s selected if it has a check mark next to it. If it’s not selected please do so.
    • Make sure the DVI’s Audio Output Channel is set correctly. This may be done by clicking on the “I/O Settings tab” and making sure that the Audio Channel that you want to use is selected. You can tell that it is selected if it has a check mark next to it. If it is not selected please do so.

    Lastly, ensure that you're running the DVI in the correct bit format. If your operating system is a 64 bit operating system then I recommend you install and use this DVI in 64 bit format too. For more information, click here http://noterepeat.com/articles/q-and-....
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