i just would like to know if there is a away to create a pattern from other pattern ?
for exemple i would like to create a single one from pattern 1 + 2 + 3 + 4.
i know i can do it by copy/paste steps from P2 to the end of P1, but in some case it can ask a lot of time !
Currently pattern boundaries are included when inserting (pasting) sequences of steps or sequences of patterns. So the answer to your question is: no, you must currently copy each pattern separately.
However, I don’t feel strongly about this so I could be convinced to change it so that when copying/pasting sequences of steps the pattern boundaries are left out and include the pattern boundaries only when copying sequences of patterns.
Yes, you can copy/paste sequences of steps and pattern, see the bottom of p.12 of the ER-101 User Manual.
We are talking just about whether or not the pattern boundaries are included when you paste a sequence of steps. Suppose you had the following sequence containing 2 patterns each with 4 steps:
| A B C D | E F G H |
If you selected and copied the steps C through F:
| A B (C D | E F) G H |
And pasted into a new empty track then you would get two patterns:
CD | EF
The pattern boundary between D and E is included when you copy/paste. What I’m proposing is leaving the current behavior when you have PATTERN focused (when copying to the clipboard) but leave out the pattern boundaries when you have STEP focused (when copying to the clipboard).
oh ! i read the manual many times, and i forget this function ! i never used it, this is great and i’ll win some time now !
so yes, thanks for your explanations, it’s clear ! and sure, it can be nice to have this function please !
but i don’t know if everybody will be happy with that !? maybe it can be a choice in the config file for exemple ! ?