+2 - yes, more slicing and dicing options please.
I'm very much interested in the sample bending and loop / slice manipulation side of the er301 rather than the "build your own monster synth" type stuff.
Some stuff i requested previously :
slice to trigger on cv change - option to trigger slice to play on a change in cv not just on a trigger ie trigger is not used, changing cv voltage, triggers a different slice depending on the voltage, and plays it at the same time.
slice looping - set looping on/off per slice thus allowing a changing CV sequence to play each looping slice harmonically. Looping options eg, Fwd->Rev, Rev->Fwd, Ping Pong (bidirectional looping)
auto slice - ie type how many slices you want, auto insert at equal points.
random slice - as above, but randomly insert selected number, instead of inserting manually.
auto slice - ie set a threshhold or transient threshold, then auto slice anything above the threshold.
Also someone mentioned the ASR-10 in the old forum - different MOD TYPES:
• OFF — Wave modulation is disabled.
• LOOP POS — Selecting this setting will modulate the loop position of the wave, moving it
forward (towards the end of the wave) with positive values and backward (toward the
beginning of the wave) with negative values.
• START — The SMPL START will be modulated.
• START+LP — Both the SMPL START and the Loop Position will be modulated. When
START+LP is selected, sample playback will always begin at the LOOP START value, rather
than at the SMPL START value.
• LOOPSTRT — Modulates the Loop Start parameter. This will have the effect of either making
the loop shorter (by using positive modulation values to move the Loop Start point closer to
the Loop End) or longer (negative values moving the Loop Start away from the Loop End).
• LOOP END — Works the same as LOOPSTRT, but from the back end.
• LPSTRT–X — This setting works the same as LOOPSTRT, but a pitch correction scheme is now
employed to keep the pitch constant as the loop gets longer and shorter.
• TRANSWAV — Similar to LOOP POS, but the loop will move in increments of exactly one
loop length. For example, with LOOPSTART at 0 and LOOPEND at 100, positive modulation
will cause the loop to jump to LOOPSTART 100, LOOPEND 200, and then LOOPSTART 200,
LOOPEND 300, etc. When this setting is selected, the MOD RANGE parameter (see below)
has no effect, but the MOD AMOUNT (also below) sets the number of “jumps” that will
happen over the full range of the controller (MOD SRC).
Any of the 15 ASR-10 modulation sources can be used as the SRC (Modulation Source) for the