Multisample KIT Creator. Now you can import large KONTAKT instruments or other sample libraries.
Here is the first version of my DELUGE KIT GENERATOR.
First, you need a bunch of .wav samples that you want to use.
This video explains how to export your KONTAKT libraries as .wav files. Then you can drag those wav files to your SDcard /SAMPLES folder.
I've created a video tutorial how to create multi sample velocity kits with the Deluge Kit Creator.
With the editor you can assign a sample folder to OSC1, and a different sample folder to OSC2.
For OSC1 you may want low velocity samples (e.g. piano keys hit very softly).
For OSC2 you may want high velocity samples (e.g. piano keys hit very hard).
The generator will try to fill missing notes. E.g. if you have samples for D#4 and F4 but you are missing E4, then the generator will take the sample from D#4 and pitch it up 1 semitone, so you get a seamless kit.
For note transposition to work, the wav files need to follow the naming convention somethingC#3something.wav or B5_something.wav. Or they can also be named by note value (C2 = 036, C3 = 048), e.g. something_048.wav. So the note name or numeric note value needs to be in there somewhere in the sample name.
Heres an example of Korg M1 samples converted to deluge kits with this generator.
Check out the Multi-sample Kit Creator for Deluge