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    Hi,

    When I play a sample and then hit another sample they play over the top of eachother, how do I make it so when I trigger a sample on a different pad it cuts off the sample currently playing.

    I know you can do it just forget how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xz_ View Post
    Hi,

    When I play a sample and then hit another sample they play over the top of eachother, how do I make it so when I trigger a sample on a different pad it cuts off the sample currently playing.

    I know you can do it just forget how.
    cut groups on the fpc(fl 8 btw) next to midi note theres (cut) change that to 1 that then (by) change that to 1 and voila! yours samples won't overlap

    have fun!
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    does anyone knows how to do this when working with FL Slicer and an MPD? I have to keep my pad pushed in so it will play but i just want it to be pushed just once and then cut off by the other, cut groups and release don't work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doubleu2 View Post
    does anyone knows how to do this when working with FL Slicer and an MPD? I have to keep my pad pushed in so it will play but i just want it to be pushed just once and then cut off by the other, cut groups and release don't work

    on the fruity slicer channel settings goto the INS tab and unselect the orange envelope light, then goto the MISC tab and set the polyphony to 1.

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    hero!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedon98 View Post
    cut groups on the fpc(fl 8 btw) next to midi note theres (cut) change that to 1 that then (by) change that to 1 and voila! yours samples won't overlap

    have fun!
    but what about when there is two different sampling patterns, your plan works for the same sample group, how can i make one stop and another start

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    go into the MISC tab and set the CUT and BY to the same number for all the slicer channels.

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    If you use the envelope settings in the options, you can draw out in the piano roll how long you want to the sample to play. (The sample will also play as long as you are pressing down on the key).

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