Tool For Converting .Autosampled EXS to SFZ for Hise Import!
For all you guys/gals that use Logic's built-in auto sampler I Just stumbled across this great tool for converting Autosampled .EXS files to .SFZ for import into the Hise sampler! it's really quick and easy and just saved me from importing a 400+ multi-sampled piano by hand... you just import the .EXS file and then click export then put the .sfz file it exported into the same folder where the samples are then import into HISE...took seconds and works great! Hope this helps someone!
Thanks for posting about this converter! Was hoping you could point me in the right direction as I cannot get it to work correctly.
Are you exporting from the converter as an SFZ with samples or just an SFZ?
Did you have to edit any of the text in the outputted SFZ file?
When I export the SFZ and try loading it up in Hise, it loads up one zone, C-2, and every sample from my auto sample folder (Lets 64 samples for this example) is somehow playing from that one zone lol. I actually jumped a little in my seat when I played that note.
Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
@ally my bad been off the forum for a few days just saw this...I didn't really edit anything...I just navigated to the .sfz clicked export and then dropped the .sfz into my auto sampled folder...when I would import into HISE it would create 2 RR groups for some reason while all of the samples are only 1 RR...I just select all the samples and change it to 1 RR group from 2 and then boom everything is working...fade info and everything comes over