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A Guided Tour of the NN-19 > The NN-19 Play Parameters - Pg. 253

Amp--When set to a positive value, the velocity will control the amount of volume. A negative value has the opposite effect. A.Attack--When set to positive value, the velocity will control the Attack parameter of the Amplitude Envelope. A negative value has the opposite effect. S.Start--When set to a positive value, the velocity will modify the starting time for the sample patch. A negative value has the opposite effect. Creating Your First NN-19 Sample Patch Now that you have learned all there is to learn about the functionality of the NN-19, it's time to put your knowledge to the test and create your first sample patch from scratch. In this section, you'll use a few samples of single guitar notes. You will then proceed to map these notes over the NN-19 key zones. You will top it off by using the filters and envelopes to end up with a unique guitar sound that can then be saved as an NN-19 patch. GET THE SAMPLES Before you begin this tutorial, take a quick trip to the Course Technology website (www.courseptr.com) to download the sound files needed. They are in a ZIP compressed file that can be automatically opened from Windows XP. If you are using a Mac or an earlier Windows operating system, you will need to download the appropriate version of Stuff-It by visiting the Aladdin Software website (www.aladdinsys.com).