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The NN-19 Play Parameters > Retrig and Legato - Pg. 254

Setting the Key Zones Before you can begin to import the guitar samples, you must first create a few key zones, so that the samples will reside in their proper mapped locations. This is an acoustic guitar, which has six natural tones (E, A, D, G, B, E). To make the upper register of the acoustic guitar sound more realistic, I have also added a high A and a high D to the Guitar Samples folder. So here are the key zone assignments these samples are going to use: Low E--Will be mapped out over the lowest portion of the map and have an assigned range of C2 to G#1. Low A--Will have an assigned range of A1 to C#2. Low D--Will have an assigned range of D2 to F#2. Low G--Will have an assigned range of G2 to A#2. Low B--Will have an assigned range of B2 to D#3. High E--Will have an assigned range of E3 to G#3. High A--Will have an assigned range of A3 to C#4. High D--Will be mapped out over the highest portion of the map and have an assigned range of D4 to G8. This means that you will need to have eight key zones, so let's get cracking! STARTING FROM SCRATCH