here is a quick tutorial on loading your own samples, based on how I have got it to work.
only two formats have been tested to work, 16bit/96k and 32bit/48k, I have so far only tested mono files, not sure what will happen with a stereo interleaved .wav
folder structure on the card
the whole folder structure that is included in the .zip-files is necessary, sample files are to be placed in this folder:
(there should be a short test sample called trig.prgm already included in /samples folder, as part of the zip-file)
samples needs to be in raw pcm file format (also called headerless), so a .wav file must be converted. One way of doing this is using an app called ffmpeg (it´s free and seems to work on a lot of platforms). run ffmpeg from terminal/command prompt. here are two examples where I placed the ffmpeg exe in the same folder as my .wav files,
a 16/96k mono .wav:
./ffmpeg -i 909oh.wav -f s16be -acodec pcm_s16be 909oh.prgm
a 32/48k mono .wav:
./ffmpeg -i loop3248k.wav -f s32be -acodec pcm_s32be loop.anything
the .wav files I have tested with have been created with the bounce tool in ProTools 10.
hope this can be to some help.
EDIT, one more thing… loading samples takes a looooong time, a 300k file takes approx 90 seconds to load in this version.