Xenopixel V2 - Sounds - Customisation

Converting sounds over to work with XenoPixel can take some patience, but is not a difficult process. At this time, conversion must be done manually.

Accessing your SD card:

1) Remove the grip and pommel to access your XenoPixel chassis.

2) Carefully remove the battery. This can be done by lightly tapping the end of the chassis against your hand. Remember the chassis is marked with positive (+) and negative (-) ends. Ensure on reinserting the battery that the positive and negative ends line up correctly.

3) Locate the micro SD card in the chassis. Be sure to note the orientation to make re-installation easier.

4) Carefully remove the micro SD card. Use your fingers or tweezers. Do not force the card upward or downward, as this could damage the connector.

Add or edit files:

The font folder must be numbered sequentially. XenoPixel will not read folders with names. For example if you have folder 31, 32, 33 you would need to name the next folder 34.

You won’t likely have to edit any sound files from existing popular soundfont formats, such as Proffie or CFX, but you will have to remove some files, and rename others.

When creating a new folder and numbering it, you can copy all of the files from the previous folder to know what file names to use.

They will look like the files shown below.

The above example shows XenoPixel accepted sound file types (.wav). Although the example only shows a maximum of 2 for each sound, you can add many more sounds (tested up to 16). Windows 10 will automatically number renamed files of the same name, making converting multiple files of the same sound type much easier.