Well, that was more or less exactly what I did for DrumDrops. I got 3 kits from them and created patches for them, that's why I wrote the software. One of the kits is 11GB in samples, so doing that manually was just too much. Just be aware that (at least DrumDrops) sell them to make a living, so they won't givew_line wrote: Analogue Drums has an area for user-submitted mappings for unofficially supported software - was thinking of at least sending mine in to them when complete. Wonder if some of the sites that make sample packs would be willing to donate sample packs to the DG project in exchange for outsourcing building the kit mappings?
Anyway, after I sent them the 3 patches, I haven't heard of them anymore. I even don't know if they included the patches in the official delivery of the libraries as they said. One of their issues were, that DrumGizmo was not available on Mac, which is what they use, so they couldn't test them.
DGPatchMaker is a bit complicated for non-DrumDrops libraries (they have exact file-naming, velocity and microphone conventions), but anyway much quicker than doing it by hand.
As I said in another post, there was not so much interest in DGPatchMaker back then, but if there is interest now, I can have a look and revive it.