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Chapter 6. Working With Samplers > Mapping Multiple Key Zones

Mapping Multiple Key Zones

To get all the samples to correspond to the same pitch scale, you'll next need to set key zones. Using Reason's Automap feature is the easiest way to do this.

To map zones automatically

1.
Select and load multiple samples, as you did in the preceding section.

2.
Select Edit > Automap Samples (Figure 6.27). This assigns one key zone for each sample in memory.

Figure 6.27. The Automap command sets key zones for all samples in memory.


3.
Check that Reason has interpreted root keys correctly, by clicking key zones and looking for the shaded root key on the keyboard map at midpoint below the zone (Figure 6.28).

Figure 6.28. A correctly set root key sits centered below its key zone.



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