Adding Instruments to the Synthesizer Keyboard. Monster Go-DJ

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Adding Instruments to the Synthesizer Keyboard

Dedicated folders that store sample files for the Synthesizer Keyboard are automatically created in the GO-DJ Drive (/GO-DJ DRIVE/pad/key/). By storing

.WAV files here, you can assign them to keys.

Just like the files used for playback, .WAV files need to be in 8–48 kHz and 8–24 bit format. If your files are available but not in 44.1 kHz, 16 bit, stereo, then the files are converted during the reboot cycle. After the reboot, the properly converted files are then able to be assigned.

Please note: You cannot use .mp3 files for the Synthesizer Keyboard.

Assigning Samples to Specific Positions

You can define instruments and assign a sample to each key with the following steps:

• Connect the Monster ® GO-DJ ™ to a computer.

• Create a subfolder (with any name) in the folder “/GO-DJ Drive/pad/key/”.

The folder name is displayed in the Instrument window of the Synthesizer

Keyboard screen as the name of the instrument. The length of the name should be no more than 14 characters.

• Upload .WAV format files named “keyNN.wav” in the subfolder that you created. The “NN” in the file name template is a number between 48 to 83.

These numbers are associated with MIDI note numbers. The images below indicate the correspondence between the keys and numbers (NN).

• Disconnect the Monster ® GO-DJ ™ from the computer properly (set

USB Mode to the OFF position in the Options screen), and reboot the

Monster ® GO-DJ ™ .



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