[Sharing is Retro] Casio Sampler

    Jan 17 2013 | 10:30 pm
    Hope this works for everyone. It's a very very simple take on the sampling section of the Casio SK8. It requires [shell] to save sound banks. Other than that I *think* it's all standard objects. Please do what you're supposed to do with a Casio: Hack the shit out of it!

    • Jan 17 2013 | 11:42 pm
      hey this is cool :) (it's missing mat.keyboard btw)
      Okay, I'm hoping to adapt this and work it into my project right now. Could you help a brother out? I'm trying to suss how to keep the recording section as-is, but break the playback section out for individual control of the 8 sounds.
      As far as I can tell, the playback section is easily hacked to work this way, but again as far as I can tell I'd need to completely deconstruct the poly~to avoid all the [value] objects?
    • Jan 18 2013 | 1:41 am
      I *always* miss something... don't worry about mat.keyboard if you have a controller.
      As for switching variables, my strategy would be to take every [v currPlayingSample] in the PLAY panel and rename it [v currEditingSample]
      Then, before every note, you can set [v currPlayingSample] to whatever same you want to play next.
      As a side note, no one seems to like the v object. I used to be like that until I learned some other languages. Now, to me working without v is like trying to code without variables.
    • Jan 20 2013 | 2:03 am
      thanks, I'll give that a go.