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How do you create your own soundbanks?


  • ericklind
    Participant
    • Posts: 2

    Hi,

    I’m rather new to Falcon, and part of the reason I purchased it is so that I can work on creating my own patches and such. I’ve gone through the tutorials to create my own Multis and Programs, but I don’t see any way to group them together into a soundbank. Is this even possible or do you need some special tool from UVI?

    Thanks.

     

    Erick


    Sampleconstruct
    Keymaster
    • Posts: 172

    You can’t create those ufs-containers UVI uses (unless you buy iLok-licenses from them), but that’s not a problem, just create a folder (with the name of your library) anywhere on your HD, then create sub-folders for:

    • Programs
    • Samples
    • Wavetables

    and whatever else you want to include (e.g. images/impulse responses) – all of these can also have more sub-folders to group stuff together. Falcon will remember the paths of those assets and when you want to distribute/sell your libraries, just zip/rar that main folder. That way I have created and distributed dozens of Falcon libraries.


    ericklind
    Participant
    • Posts: 2

    Do the licenses cost a lot? I searched through their site and didn’t find anything. Their site kinda sucks for support. This is all new to me. Part of why I purchased Falcon was to be able to create the sounds that I wanted, so I thought it might be interesting to create/sell soundbanks.

    I did figure out that you could create and share programs, which is still pretty cool. 🙂


    Sampleconstruct
    Keymaster
    • Posts: 172

    I am not allowed to tell you what the licensing costs (NDA), you have to ask UVI directly, sign an NDA and then they will tell you.

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