I guess this could currently be done by multi sampling a voice or sound and using a sample chain as it is in the er301, but it seems the difference would be being able to have infinite sustain of the sounds body after the attack (or something like that ?)
I dont think i ever used “soundfonts” in the past, but i found it interesting to see how they work and that free polyphone program seems to be kinda slick…Seems like an easy way to make instruments based on samples.
I might be daft here but the difference seems to be that there is an attack followed by a looping sustain. i can do that with old hardwaresampler or software, but the ployphone app seems to make it easy and exports to sfz format with loop points and might be an open source format, but i dont know for sure…
I was just envisioning having a sound i really like and being able to play it chromatically on the er301 without having to resort to timestretch.
If im not making sense in this day & age, please someone tell me !!
I do know that there are others that would like to be able to do this though, so im possibly not crazy…
Would be cool to have kind of a “rompler” type player thing to be able to manipulate/process with all the other er301 goodies.
I dont know…just check out that free polyphone program and see what i mean and let me know if it seems usefull and do-able in the er301. I would love to hear ya’ all’s opinion.
and whatever, i understand it can be done using a computer already and then can process thru euro…
Just an idea i was throwing out there…It would be nice for portability in a euro system.