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The Sample Parameters > Fade In and Fade Out - Pg. 277

Alternate To give your sample performance a realistic sound, the Alternate knob is used to semi-randomly trigger different sample zones during playback. For example, if you have a sample of a guitar chord playing with a down stroke and a sample of that same chord playing with an upstroke, you can use the Alternate knob to create a pattern where the NN-XT will determine when to alternate between the two samples. Here's how you set up the Alternate function: 1. 2. 3. Create two zones and load a sample into each. Select both zones. Set the Alt knob to the On position. The NN-19 will now determine when to alternate between the two samples. Output The Output knob is used to assign your sample zones to one of eight stereo pairs of outputs. This comes in handy when you work with a sample patch that has many samples loaded in it. Each of these samples can be routed to any of these outputs by selecting the zone that the sample is loaded on and using the Output knob. ROUTE THE OUTPUTS Before you reassign all of the samples in your patch to different outputs, press the