restore rythm sounds

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NicoEchániz
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restore rythm sounds

Post by NicoEchániz » Tue Sep 10, 2019 10:39 am

Hi everyone,

I have bought a used R24 unit and I love it. I have been using it to do multi-track recording and it's a lot of fun.

However the rhythm section seems to have been overwritten with random samples by the previous user. I have read that the unit comes with a USB drive with the drum kit sounds, but my unit did not provide that.

Is there a way to restore the original samples? Is the USB drive content available online somewhere? Could anyone share it privately? Are there other options to restore this to a usable state?

Thanks!!
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Re: restore rythm sounds

Post by yodaspeak » Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:21 pm

I was given this link 3 years ago by Zoom:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/p8sh8veq9ol6v ... s.zip?dl=0

Probably a good idea to scan the download.

Not sure what you mean by "the rhythm section seems to have been overwritten with random samples by the previous user"?
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Re: restore rythm sounds

Post by Wulfraed » Thu Sep 12, 2019 8:51 am

I don't have the R24, but based upon the manual (page 133) there are 10 "drum kits" available on the unit (page 66) -- and one can not change /their/ sounds; just toggle between "drum" (1-8tr) and "percussion" (9-16tr) banks (page 67). Could you be set on "percussion" rather than "drum" bank

The only other conceit would be: start with a newly formatted SD card, creating a new project from scratch. Only firmware sounds should be available to that, no custom stuff stored on the SD card.

Note that drum kits are different from track sequencer "loops", even if the "rhythm patterns" look similar to what is set up in the track sequencer. The accessory sounds are loops for the track sequencer, not drum kits.
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