as described in the announcement, the coarse/fine on the sampler is now called Tune coarse and Tune fine. You use these parameters to set the frequency / pitch of the sound you recorded. So if you recorded a piano and you played the A4=440Hz key, you would set this to 440Hz. If you played A5=880Hz you would set it to 880Hz. Internally the sampler uses this to play the sample at the correct pitch when you send it a pitch CV signal (from the midi module or from the input module).
This is why the pitch goes down as you turn up TuneC/TuneF.
The sampler still has a freq / pitch input, but no longer a frequency coarse/fine setting that would change the pitch of the sample if it is looping. If you need that I can add it. I thought that the pitch / frequency inputs would be enough but maybe there are cases where you just want to manually dial in an exact frequency / pitch of the sample when it’s looping (after you’ve set the original pitch using TuneC/TuneF)
Celine still has to point the manual topic for the sampler with the new info from the announcement.