Joe// this leads me to a question. imagine i have loaded in a 120bpm loop into my looper unit. now, i go in and slice it up perfectly in like, 1/2 note increments. i play my pieces with cv all fine and dandy, but then i wish to record over
the loop live. will those same slices now apply to the overwritten loop?
just coming up with awesome liveset ideas.
thanks…(i feel like i’ve actually verified this works, but can’t remember)
Not outside the context you suggested above. I was just wondering today, as I made 4 mixers with a sample player in each, triggering each with a separate trigger. Is it possible somehow to use one sampler and an sliced loop with an offset on a trigger to play a different slice from one sample?
Yes, I realised after I hit send that this was poorly articulated. The scenario was of trigger outputs from a MakeNoise Tempi firing slices in individual sample players, themselves within mixers, in order to simply use the trigger from the Tempi coming into Ax-Dx inputs on the ER-301. I was trying to conceive of a manner in which only those signals could be used to fire different slices in one sampler, rather than 4, ie a way to identify the input and advance the slice position from the triggers alone.
Does that make more sense?
Of course, again poor articulation, but those are references within the lua file to sample and position, yes? And not saveable from computer in the manner @jonsimon was suggesting in his underlying idea above?
And as ever edit: I did subsequently think that the scenario I was asking about would probably run into polyphony problems even if it were possible.
…ah well, I was doing it correctly then! I was just thinking about CPU efficiency and general tidiness. A thought experiment that I didn’t have the requisite CPU juice myself to carry though…but I was thinking along the lines of offsets in the manner you describe. I was lacking the ADSR part of your explanation, so thank you
And that could be already perfect.
Is it saved in a specific file?
I guess it is, in the .lua? Right?
I can copy it multiple times and edit it and save each preset of unit for each grid if slices prepared. Why not.
Wouldn’t it be possible to create an option (enable/disable in global settings?) for allowing WAV user to use proper WAV standard markers as slices?
I (we?) really miss this.
That wouldn’t be perfect as you often explained, @odevices, because indeed it would mean that if you want different slices grid for the same sample you need to duplicate sample… But maybe a temporary solution?