|OFF THE WALL||Sampling||June 1994|
|Creative Sampling made easy
You don't have to stick to library samples all the time, and you needn't spend hours creating your own. Paul White reveals a few short cuts.
|SAMPLING BASICS: Part 1||Sampling||January 1996|
|Sampling Basics: Part 1
Having come a long way from its humble beginnings in the early n-n-n-n-nineteen eighties, sampling is now an integral part of music making. Paul White explains what samplers do and how they can be used.
|SAMPLING BASICS: Part 2||Sampling||February 1996|
|Sampling Basics: Part 2
Paul White continues his introduction to sampling with a look at some of the extras, accessories and peripherals that you might need in order to get the most out of your new purchase.
|SAMPLING BASICS: Part 3||Sampling||March 1996|
|Sampling Basics: Part 3
Paul White concludes this series with a look at phrase and loop sampling, the use of keygroups and mapping, and the use of the modern sampler as a synthesizer.
|WEIRD SCIENCE||Sampling||September 1996|
|Creating Custom Sample Textures
Have you ever wished you could create strange, ethereal textures like the ones you hear on the best sample CDs? Paul White shows that it's not as difficult as it might seem.
|WOT, NO SAMPLER?||Sampling||February 1999|
|Using Sample Loops With Logic Audio
Paul White and Paul Joyner explain how to import samples directly to your Mac from an audio CD with Logic Audio Ñ a technique which can be adapted for use with most popular MIDI + Audio sequencers.