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    Have a question about Project SAM install..

    What exactly is the directory structure? If the lib is on my D drive, in a folder I call SAM, my Horn Section is in D:\SAM\Horn Section. Should the audio files by in that directory, next to the section folders (01 Main Section, etc.)? Or should the audio files be put into another folder? Reason I ask, is that every time I try and load a .nki file in Kontakt, it can't find the .wav files automatically, I am forced to browse for them. Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Have a question about Project SAM install..

    Hi there,

    Please e-mail us directly and we'll help you with some screenshots.

    Best,

    Maarten Spruijt
    Creative Director
    ProjectSAM
    Cinematic Sampling
    www.projectsam.com

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    Re: Have a question about Project SAM install..

    Quote Originally Posted by Maarten Spruijt
    Hi there,

    Please e-mail us directly and we'll help you with some screenshots.

    Best,

    Maarten Spruijt
    Yeah - did that already. Did you guys not get the email, or am I a bonehead and miss it? I was actually able to figure out the first part, which was getting the audio files off of the DVD's (helps if you read the ENTIRE instruction.txt), but this is still looming.

    Thanks Maarten!

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    Re: Have a question about Project SAM install..

    Make sure you rebuild the database after installing new files.

    Jim

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    Re: Have a question about Project SAM install..

    If you resave the .nki files after successfully loading them, K2 will remember where you put the samples.

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    Re: Have a question about Project SAM install..

    Quote Originally Posted by RiffWraith
    What exactly is the directory structure? If the lib is on my D drive, in a folder I call SAM, my Horn Section is in D:\SAM\Horn Section. Should the audio files by in that directory, next to the section folders (01 Main Section, etc.)? Or should the audio files be put into another folder? Reason I ask, is that every time I try and load a .nki file in Kontakt, it can't find the .wav files automatically, I am forced to browse for them. Thanks in advance!
    Er....me too.
    It took me 20 mins to do one mic position of one instrument, by saving after browsing.
    Rebuilding the database , doesnt help.
    ( I have sent e-mail).

    regards Joe

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    Re: Have a question about Project SAM install..

    When you get the "missing samples" pop-up window, you can see which folder K2 expects the samples to be in. If you place your samples in a folder with that name and directory structure, the loading should be painless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie Fønshauge
    When you get the "missing samples" pop-up window, you can see which folder K2 expects the samples to be in. If you place your samples in a folder with that name and directory structure, the loading should be painless.
    Thanks Nickie, I will give it a go.

    regards Joe

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    Re: Have a question about Project SAM install..

    Quote Originally Posted by joaz
    Thanks Nickie, I will give it a go.

    regards Joe
    Yep that did the trick.
    20 minute Job.

    Thanks again Nickie.

    regards Joe

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    Re: Have a question about Project SAM install..

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie Fønshauge
    When you get the "missing samples" pop-up window, you can see which folder K2 expects the samples to be in. If you place your samples in a folder with that name and directory structure, the loading should be painless.
    AH - now THAT is a good idea! Thanks!

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