AKAI MPC Renaissance And Studio - Creating A Keygroup Program
Keygroups allow you to take a sample and map it across the keys of a MIDI controller, essentially creating a custom virtual instrument. This guide walks through creating a simple keygroup using the MPC software.
Choose a sample to start the key group with and drag it into the Project Information window.
Open the Sample Edit window and set the root note of the sample. This can be found by comparing what note on a keyboard sounds closest to the sample.
In the Main window create a key group program on an unused track.
In the Program Edit window choose the sample as the first layer.
Congratulations! You've created a keygroup program!
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