How to make drumkit from huge set of samples?

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How to make drumkit from huge set of samples?

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I have commercial drum plugin (windows), which I cannot use, but I can extract samples from it. I have stereo samples of every piece of drumkit, with at least 3 different mic positions, and with different hits (rim, edge, mid).

How I could make drumgizmo drumkit from them?
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LAM wrote: Wed Nov 24, 2021 5:22 pm viewtopic.php?f=55&t=21331
I have total 39k samples, so I am not going to start handling them by mouse clicks, have to use some scripting :-)
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Oh, gosh! Yeah, scripting seems better in this case! :lol:
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I'm working on it, but I generate drum kits for lsp-multisampler, speedrum and sfz
https://github.com/porzione/wavescan feel free to fork it ;)
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