Rapture Pro default Osc/Smp waveforms

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2016/09/22 07:27:22 (permalink)

Rapture Pro default Osc/Smp waveforms

I'm sure this is a silly question, but how can I easily browse the "default" osc/smp waveforms in Rapture Pro?
By this I mean - initialise a program, go to an element and click the right arrow;  you start with 000-sine.
By clicking through I can explore the basic waveforms included, but I can't seem to get them in a drop down or some other list a) see what they all are, apart from stepping through; b) choose one quickly once I do know what's there.
 
If I click in the shape name box, or press Load, I get an explorer box to load any wav/sfz etc file; not to browse the included waveforms.
 
What am I missing?

Rob | Sydney NSW Australia 
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    Re: Rapture Pro default Osc/Smp waveforms 2016/09/22 10:23:42 (permalink)
    All samples bundled with RPro including the basic waveforms are stored in the Multisamples folder. The default location is "C:\Cakewalk Content\Cakewalk Sample Data\Rapture Pro\Multisamples." the basic waveforms are in the top level.
     
    Add the Multisample path to the Media browser in SONAR to drag samples to the RPro elements while inside SONAR.
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    Rob from Sydney
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    Re: Rapture Pro default Osc/Smp waveforms 2016/09/23 07:29:58 (permalink)
    Brilliant, that's what I was looking for, thanks. I got lost in Cakewalk Content\Rapture Pro instead and didn't know to go back a step to the Cakewalk Sample Data folder.
     
    I'll definitely add the Multisamples path to the Browser!

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    Edirol UA-25 | Edirol PCR-M30 | Nord Stage EX Compact
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