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    Question regarding Redrum samples (Stupid Question 1#)

    Hello! This is my first post on this forum. This is number 1# of my many stupid questions I'll be asking in the future.

    While trying to edit a drum sample, I accidentally corrupted it while using the Redrum Sample Editor.

    Basically I rendered the sample unusable by using "Fade in" and "Fade Out" functions. I thought this would not be a problem since I assumed the original file would be unaltered. Apparently I was wrong.

    Now my problem is that I cannot find the original sample I corrupted. The "Browse samples" doesn't show me the original path and I cannot find the exact sample-file from my computer.

    Is there a way to find the original sample? Or restore it? Unfortunately I saved on my bad changes and cannot use Undo either anymore.

    Thank you in advance.
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    best thing to do is either search in the factory sound bank directory for the sample using its name, which im sure is still the same?

    Or, if its a complete drum kit, create a new redrum instance, open the kit, then change sample of the one you've screwed and you'll see the directory its in and be able to retrieve it from there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Osmose View Post
    best thing to do is either search in the factory sound bank directory for the sample using its name, which im sure is still the same?

    Or, if its a complete drum kit, create a new redrum instance, open the kit, then change sample of the one you've screwed and you'll see the directory its in and be able to retrieve it from there.
    Thank you for your response

    I tried searching it but, unfortunately, without success. I'll try what you said, thanks

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    Now I found it! Thank you so much!

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    Good to hear

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    Question regarding Redrum samples (Stupid Question 2#)

    Again another stupid question regarding drum samples. How do you work around individual drum samples muting each other out? Particularly hihat samples.

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    there is a button on the redrum : channel 8/9 exclusive, see what that does.

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    Man you guys are so helpful, thank you very much! I'll be back later with more stupid questions!

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    Hi guys! I'm back! #3

    I'm really pissed!

    I updated to the latest Reason, and now I can't find the ****ing instruments folder!
    What the ****! Where have they gone?

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