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Mapping "CHORDKITS" by Yurtrock

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CRAIGEEPOO
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I am trying to map a program called "CHORDKITS" by Yurtrock.com. It offers 5 versions for download. I picked FLStudio as the closest to my DAW of choice-MIXCRAFT 10. BUT NOW ...I am thinking that UNIFY would be able to map this group of WAV files to my MIDI keyboard. I use Windows 10. Is this an option?  Here is a link to the program  removed link   Thanks to anyone who may be able to help. 


   
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@craigeepoo Your post got quarantined because new users aren't permitted to embed web links. I un-quarantined it, but I don't know what exactly you were trying to link to, so I couldn't fix the link. Did you mean https://yurtrock.com/collections/chordkits ?

Unify's built-in Guru Sampler probably can do what you need, but I'm afraid the process is not easy. As long as you can get the Chordkits WAV files, you can create a .sfz file to map them onto the keyboard in Guru Sampler. The details are in the Unify manual at https://pluginguru.net/unify/manual/doku.php?id=sampler-import BUT a much easier way is to use the Bjorn's Sample Mapper, which is an excellent free program for both Mac and Windows. Make sure to check the "SFZ Export: PlugInGuru Unify format (experimental)" box in that program's Preferences/Settings dialog (on the Tools menu).

Check the documentation for Bjorn's Sample Mapper for details, but basically you will drag/drop a group of WAV files into the program's main window, then choose File > Save SFZ Instrument and put the new .sfz file into a new sub-folder under a folder called Samples in Unify's main data folder (create those folders if they don't exist yet). The Unify manual page I linked above has more details.

John has also made a YouTube video showing the whole process on the Mac: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dg6WKaKOULk


   
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CRAIGEEPOO
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@getdunne THANK YOU, SHANE! I will dive into this and see what I come up with. 😀


   
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