This is for soundforge
1.go to Tools menu
2.select Sampler from Tools menu
3.in Sampler window click Configure
4.select Midi not Scsi
5.select your midi devices
6.select the midi channel your using (channel 1)
7.it also helps to set the sample bias to 15 so when you send the
sample to emax it'll be at key c-1 instead of a-0
8.leave open-loop option unchecked.
I know it's not the easiest thing to do but once you get the trick it's fairly straight forward. You will need to have an application like soundforge or similar to do midi sample dump. It will have a menu to dump sample via Midi cable it was originally made for Akais samplers I think, so it's really old and slow tech.
You need to find the correct menu in DDrum brain so it's ready to recieve the midi signal/Sample. Check the manual. It's important you crop the samples so there is no space before the samples starts and make sure it's not to long. The format is wav 16bit 44.1.
Good luck and I hope it was a little help. I might do a youtube clip if I get the time.
I never understood how one could organize / change samples in the Ddrum4 brain.
Do you by chance know of any kind of tutorial or basic explanation I could find on the internet ( and store it down for some eventual future demand)?