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Offline Chaser

STRIKE MULTIPAD
« on: June 11, 2019, 06:36:29 PM »
No official STRIKE Multipad section except in the watercooler and Top Floor Club.

The full Kit/Instrument/Loop list finally released.
70 page pdf

STRIKE MULTIPAD Kit and Instrument List

STRIKE MULTIPAD
« Last Edit: June 11, 2019, 06:55:41 PM by Chaser »

Offline Chaser

« Last Edit: November 05, 2019, 01:47:35 PM by Chaser »

Offline Chaser

Re: STRIKE MULTIPAD
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2020, 12:06:27 PM »
Strike MultiPad Feature Update: v1.3

Sample Manager
You can now browse, play and delete any samples saved to Strike MultiPad's internal storage. You can also  export  samples  from  the  internal  storage  to  an  external  USB  drive.  To  access  the  Sample  Manager,  press  this  Utility button,  then  press  F6-Backup to  open  the  Backup  menu  and  select  Sample Manager.

Save/Load User Kits with Samples
You can now save and load User Kits with the samples used in those kits. This allows you to create a complete backup of the User Bank, which can then also be used on another Strike MultiPad.
To save User Kits with samples:
1.Press the Utility button, then press F6-Backup to open the Backup menu and select Save All User Kits.
2.A window will appear to warn of any potentially long save times, depending on the length and size  of  the  samples  used  in  the  kit.  Select  OK to  continue  or  select  CANCEL to  return  to  the  Backup menu.
3.On the next screen, you can name the backup file. Use the main encoder to edit the name and then press F5-Save to continue and save the file, or press F6-Exit to cancel and return to the Backup menu.

NOTE:
Many USB external hard drives and flash drives use the FAT32 file system, which has a file size limit of 4 GB.
Although unlikely, this means a kit and associated samples that exceeds 4 GB cannot be backed up in this way. We recommend checking the samples in the kit to make sure, for example, they are properly trimmed to remove excess silence.
To  load  User  Kits  with  samples,  press  the  Utility button,  then  press  F6-Backup to  open  the  Backup  menu and select Load All User Kits.

NOTE:
Loading All User Kits will overwrite the entire current User bank of kits and replace it with the kits  and  samples  from  your  USB  drive.  This  action  cannot  be  undone,  so  we  recommend  creating  multiple backup files as necessary and using caution when loading kits.

Start Click for Loop and Alternate Playback Modes
You can now set the metronome to automatically turn on when you play a pad set to Loop or Alternate playback mode. If you hit the pad again, or if the sound ends, the metronome will stop and will restart from  Beat  1  when  reactivated.
To  enable  this  feature,  press  the  Sound button, then  press  F4-Mode and adjust the Playback Mode setting.

Metronome Downbeat Reset
The metronome will now restart from Beat 1 whenever it is turned on, either by the Start Click feature or by pressing the Metronome button. 

UPDATE 6/10/20
"Many USB external hard drives and flash drives use the FAT32 file system, which has a file size limit of 4 GB. Although unlikely, this means a kit and associated samples that exceeds 4 GB cannot be backed up in this way. We recommend checking the samples in the kit to make sure, for example, they are properly trimmed to remove excess silence."

It is mentioned that "Many USB external hard drives and flash drives use the FAT32 file system, which has a file size limit of 4 GB. Although unlikely, this means a kit and associated samples that exceeds 4 GB cannot be backed up in this way"..

I tested and you still can only use a FAT32 drive.

"a kit and associated samples that exceeds 4 GB cannot be backed up in this way"

Kits and wav files are NOT backed up/saved individually/separately
The entire bank of kits with samples are converted and saved as a .bkf file.
So the total of ALL kits and ALL samples must not exceed 4 GB.

Exporting samples does in fact export as wav and is saved in a folder.
However..you can only export USER samples..

Loops made using FACTORY Presets/Kits/Live/Samples or USER Presets/Kits/Live/Samples (using the LOOPER Feature) are saved as USER samples.
The Loop is displayed under USER samples and plays back,including in Sample Manager, and exports successfully as a wav file

USB AUDIO is fixed and Bi -Directional STREAMING Audio is now working in  iOS 13.

https://www.strikemultipad.com/index.html#downloads

UPDATE 6/22/20
Feature Update v1.3 Using the Sample Manager
Feature Update v1.3 Saving and Loading User Kits with Samples
Feature Update v1.3 Using "Start Click" for Loop and Alt Playback Modes
« Last Edit: June 22, 2020, 03:21:46 PM by Chaser »