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Lakisha Joyce Free Download piano for all No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. SampleTank User Manual 2. Introduction Introduction SampleTank is an instrument that plays back digital samples of real instruments in your iOS device. You can play the sampled instruments from the in-app keyboards, from an external keyboard using our iRig MIDI interface, from the in-app pattern player … or from any combination of these!

Our in-app pattern player uses looping MIDI sequences to create transposable grooves and backing tracks on the fly. The patterns are assigned to keys below the normal playing range C-1 to C0 for instruments and C0-F0 for drums so you can use those keys to trigger patterns in in any key you like and simultaneously play along in the normal register of the keyboard.

You can also trigger patterns directly from the Sound Browser or using the Global Play button in the app header without touching any keys at all for instant groove creation. The recorder includes such handy features as quantize and loop, both very useful for easy beat and groove creation. An instrument is a multi-sampled recreation of a real instrument such as a piano, drumkit or synthesizer. A pattern is a pre-recorded groove that automatically plays the selected instrument in the part.

The SampleTank app is divided into six sections: 1. Here you choose the instrument and pattern that are loaded into each of the four parts and also set the tempo for the preset. You can also load and save various presets. The EDIT page. Here you can easily edit the main settings for an instrument: volume, pan, filter, envelope, transpose and effects.

You can also export a loop of your current patterns and instruments for use in another application such as AmpliTube or a digital audio workstation. The KEYS page. The PADS page. Here you can create beats and grooves with a familiar drum machine- style pads interface and the SampleTank 4-track MIDI recorder with easy overdubbing capabilities. Here you adjust the global settings for the app such as output level, velocity curve, layering, latency, background audio and other parameters that affect the 3.

The SHOP. Like other IK Multimedia apps, SampleTank has a built-in store where you can make in-app purchases that become immediately available. The shop in SampleTank offers many Sound Packs that expand every instrument category from drum kits to pianos to sound effects. Tap the SOUNDS button at the top of the app, and then you can change the instrument and pattern that is loaded into each part.

The currently selected part will be displayed in the upper left along with its instrument icon. You can load and audition instruments and patterns into the currently select part from the same instrument category by tapping the instrument name and pattern name in the two parallel lists. To change to a different category, tap the large instrument icon on the upper left to switch to the Category Browser.

Note that each category has its own set of patterns. An instrument can play any pattern within its category. Auditioning Instruments and Patterns Tap the instrument name in the first column to select it. The selected instrument will light up in red if it part of your purchased sound packs or white if it has not yet been purchased. You can audition ALL instruments and patterns in SampleTank even if you have not purchased all of the instruments. The pattern will light up red while it is playing, and then it will go to gray background when it is not playing but still selected.

Patterns playing purchased instruments will loop until you tap the pattern name again; Patterns paying non-purchased instrument will play only once and not loop. Note that you can only audition non-purchased instruments using patterns in the Sound Browser. You cannot audition them on the Play or Edit pages. Preset Tempo Each preset has its own tempo. This is the tempo at which the patterns will play and that any synchronized effects such as a delay will follow.

To change the tempo of the preset, press the BPM button at the bottom left of the app. The Tempo Selector Ribbon will appear, and you can slide up and down vertically to change the tempo. You can drag your finger to the right while continuing to press for more fine adjustments. The tempo is saved with the preset. Use this button to play, stop or resume all patterns that have latch play enabled. Global Play In top left of the header bar you will find the Global Play button.

There is also a larger Global Play button inside the Tempo Display. The Category Browser If you want to load an instrument from a different instrument category, tap the instrument icon in the upper left of the app. The instrument icon will light up red, and a collection of instrument category icons will be displayed to right of it Drums, Bass, Guitar, etc. Scroll to the right to see additional categories.

Choose from any of the instrument categories by tapping the category icon. This will return you to the Sound Browser with the two parallel lists where you can now load and audition instruments and patterns from your newly selected instrument category. The first instrument from the newly selected category will be automatically loaded and selected. The parts are displayed as instrument icons along with the instrument name i.

You can select a part by tapping the part icon. The part icon will turn red, and its part letter will turn bold white to indicate that the part is selected. When Layering is set to on, the selected instrument will play from the internal keyboards and respond to incoming information on MIDI channel 1.

To stack two instruments together, use the iOS multi-touch to select multiple parts simultaneously: hold down your first choice, then add your second part while continuing to hold the first. Note that when Layering in turned on, you can only enable up to two instruments simultaneously. When Layering is set to off, instruments will play on ascending MIDI channels starting on channel 1 for part A, then channel 2 for part B, channel 3 for part C and channel 4 for part D.

You can also creates splits this way by setting your external keyboard controller to send on two or more MIDI channels from different keyboard zones. SampleTank has 24 factory presets and 96 user presets where you can store 96 sets of four instruments, patterns and their tempo. To load a preset, tap the preset number in the lower left of the app.

Note that presets have only numbers and not names. Tap the preset number that you wish to load. The first four factory presets demonstrate instruments from the free version of SampleTank. Note that you must have purchased the respective sound packs to be able to load their presets.

If you only have the free version of SampleTank, then you will only be able to load the first four factory presets. Like the pattern names in the Sound Browser, the selected preset button will appear red when its pattern is playing and gray when it is not playing but still selected.

Swipe to the left to go to the first page of user presets where you can store your own settings. Just press and hold the preset number to store your preset in that location. Note that simply tapping a preset number will actually load that preset and discard your edits.

So be sure to press and HOLD if you want to save your work.


User manual IK Multimedia SampleTank 3 Sample-Based Virtual ST-300HCD-IN

The SampleTank 3 Sample-Based Virtual Instrument from IK Multimedia features over 33 GB of sound samples organized into over 4, instruments in 21 categories, ranging from acoustic and electronic drums, string and synth basses, guitars, pianos, strings, woodwinds, vocals, percussions, loops, and many more. Not limited to instruments, SampleTank 3 boasts over 2, drum, percussion, and full construction kit loops and over 2, MIDI files to help you get started making grooves in a variety of styles. To help you further manipulate your sounds, SampleTank 3 features 55 integrated effects ranging from EQ and compression to guitar amp modulation, reverb, delay, and filters, including many derived from IK Multimedia's T-RackS and AmpliTube software. SampleTank 3's interface is composed of Play, Mix, and Edit environments for streamlined sound selection, editing, and mixing capabilities. If you own a IK Multimedia virtual instruments and have a user manual in electronic form, you can upload it to this website using the link on the right side of the screen.


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