Ok let me try to explain the issue i keep running into:
I have an “empty project” that i load up when i start creating something new. It’s a project with one of the kit sounds (a hi hat) assigned to 16 pads (2 banks). All the track settings are the way i want them, that’s why i use this “empty project”.
I load up the project and then go into the sample screen to start sampling (phono input 1 in 26k).
Once i’m happy with a sample i press the save button and select save to SD card root, give the sample a name (ex: Aljar01, 02, 03, etc.), assign it to a track and save it.
I start trimming the sample, editing pitch, start recording patterns, whatever…
And here comes the big issue:
Once i go back into track settings, the sample name for that track / pad has changed to random hieroglyphics.
If i save the project under a new name in that state and reload it, the samples assigned to the tracks have lost their trimming parameters (they are not trimmed anymore). The recorded patterns still work, but i will have to re-trim all the samples / tracks.
To work around this issue:
- After sampling and saving the sample, i will have to go into the track settings screen for each track, and reassign the sample before i start working with them. Doing this will display the proper sample name and the hieroglyphics are gone. I can then also save and reload the project without any issues.
This happens with two different San Disk Pro cards (16GB and 128GB) in the exact same way (using the latest firmware).