Don't have my Fusion on to verify this right now, but I think this works: Have the CF card inserted before powering on. Use Locate + Inc buttons to enter the browser and then navigate to the CF entries from there.
If you unzip any of the Hollow Sun Freepacks onto a CF card, it should create the structure. You can do it by hand too, but that's probably the easiest way. Then you just delete the Hollow Sun bits and add your own bits.
In the right places, of course.
Last Edit: Jun 20, 2007 9:00:30 GMT by gwenhwyfaer
The fusion file structure includes the volume folder and it's sub folders for audio, mixes, multisamples, patterns, programs, samples, songs and tables. These sub folders contain additional sub folders with files for the different sounds
Once you have unzipped a file from Hollowsun you will find a Volume Folder that you can copy to the Fusions hard disk drive by copying the volume folder to the CF card (Preferably a blank CF card) then insert the CF card into the Fusions CF card slot, with the Fusion turned on go to the Global screen. Slect CF Card, then press the soft button for copy Vol
Press the soft button for Copy To
Then select Hard Drive and press the soft button for Copy
Press the soft button for Yes, the Fusion will copy the Volume folder and any sub folders to the Fusion's hard disk drive and verify the files.
Good Luck and have Fun
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