[Doggiebox] Importing drum sounds
the_lonely_sea at iinet.net.au
Sat Jan 3 19:37:52 EST 2009
The sample you sent is 44.101 kHz - DB needs it to be 44.100 kHz.
Not a lot of difference, but obviously enough.
I've just successfully imported the sound into DB by converting it
Import the samples into iTunes.
Set you iTunes preferences (NB - take note of the existing settings
to change this back when you've finished..)
General Tab --> Import Settings button.
Set Import Using: AIFF Encoder
Setting: Custom and choose
Sample Rate: 44.100 kHz
Sample Size: 16 bit
Then high-light all the imported samples in iTunes and choose
Advanced --> Create AIFF Version.
This will add new the samples at the correct rate and can be imported
into DB. If you have your iTunes import set up to Copy files to
iTunes music Folder when adding to library, they will be in a folder
in your iTunes directory - you can see the new ones as they will have
the .aif extension ( or sort them by Date Modified)
Once in DB, you can delete them from iTunes (provided the sounds were
embedded in DB, not linked)
Get back to me if any of the instructions miss the point.
On 04/01/2009, at 6:28 AM, jimmya arceneaux wrote:
>> Hi Jimmya
>> No answers yet I see. I guess everyone (like me) is on hols...
> Thanks for responding
>> 1) what format are the samples in now? DB imports just about
>> anything I've thrown at it. What error message do you get?
> They are just off the disc as aiff files...
> Inclosed is a png of the error.
> if you want, I have attached a file so you can see what it is as well.
>> 2)I have attached a copy of the Yahama9000 kit (which will be
>> stripped from the Message list, but you should get it) - is this the
>> sort of kit you're trying to create ( you'll need to point the kit to
>> your samples)
> Thanks for the yamaha kit I will try it out for sure.
> And thank you VERY much for your time.
> Happy New Year!
>> On 28/12/2008, at 6:29 AM, jimmya arceneaux wrote:
>>> I have the yamaha drum library, and have had it for years and
>>> wanna use it. It is kinda old, but has great drum sounds (and yes
>>> I am
>>> willing to share, i do not even think it's available anymore).
>>> So the question is, how do I make the files conform to what
>>> needs them to be? As in reference to the 44mhz thing?
>>> thanks for any and all answers.
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