i have had these issues since updating. although a freeze has been pretty rare. anyway a few things i've learned on my unit that allow me to avoid losing samples...dionnaki wrote: ↑Thu Jan 30, 2020 7:59 amSince I updated to 2.0. none of my truncated samples are saving. When loading they have a strikethrough and cannot be found anywhere. Is any body else experiencing this. Sometimes if I truncate a sample the whole unit freezes. Need to turn off and on to get back working.
when truncating i make sure neither the start or end points are highlighted red (for fine tune editing) if one is highlighted red then the resulting sample will never be found and will result in strikethrough even after saving the program.
a sample that has be truncated while the start or end is highlighted, cannot be found on the SD card in the folder, will disappear from memory after power cycle, but also - cannot be renamed. additionally (but i haven't been able to discover exactly why) sometimes when recording a sample it will be destined to disappear - however, i can verify if this will happen or not with a newly recorded sample by trying to rename the sample. i just rename it something quickly - because if it's a sample that is going to be lost it won't actually rename. so going through the painstaking process of completely renaming a sample to find out nothing actually happens after the process is a waste of time. just change the first character and see if it says 'sample renamed' or not afterwards.
if it doesn't rename, i can truncate it - but making sure neither the start or end are hightlighted when pressing the truncate function - and this will bring the sample back to life - as is in the newly truncated version can be renamed and consequently will save correctly.
also, i've noticed when truncating - if the start or end is highlighted, i don't get the 'sample saved' message flash at the top after the truncation concludes - where as if i truncate without the start or end hightlighted then i do see the 'sample saved' message flash at the top and consequently the new sample is going to be fine
i know it's far from a perfect solution, but looking out for these things have at least allowed me to use my assimil8or with 2.0 everyday and not lose my work. hope it works for you