Being able to have more than 3 synth patches per project would be really good.
Either being able to change patch per step, or select a new patch per pattern, what ever is technically possible.
What is the problem?
only having 3 synth patches per project is quite limiting
What do you want to achieve?
to be able to change synth patch per step.
if per step is not technically possible, perhaps being able to change patch per pattern, or having a pool of synth patches you could switch between within a single project would be great.
Are there any workarounds?
Any references to other products?
Elektron gear (analog four, digitone, syntakt etc) uses a “sound pool” where you can select a number of patches for use in that project you can change per step via sound locks.
I’d vote for this wish. It would be awesome the ability to change preset pet pattern.
I think that it is a very very necessary feature for Play+
High priority imo
Why is this not up for voting yet?
If there is a technical reason it
maybe I should edit the wish to be just “synth patch per pattern”? as this is the most essential of the 2 imo
per step might be a bit too much for the system. I have no idea tho.
@Sandroid are these possibly 2 different wishes I’ve combined into 1? should I edit it or is it fine as is?
Technically it could be viewed as two wishes. But i think it’s ok in this case. As it really is down to technical feasibility.
I personally - purely speaking from the perspective of a developer looking in from the outside - don’t think per step is a good idea. There are a couple things that come to mind that are quite a pain in the ass (sorry for that) to deal with, here’s two that pop into mind immediately:
- How to handle running LFO’s when changing patches
- How to handle ADSR/Tails from changing patches
So i think if it could be possible, the chances are much higher for this to work on a per pattern basis and even then there are still lots of things to take into consideration.
I think that per pattern would be ok
yea agreed, per pattern would be more than ok
Does this also mean that you can’t change the parameters of a patch on a per step or per pattern basis? So, for example, is it possible to be running the same patch in two patters but on the second pattern the cutoff, envelope, lfo, etc. are different?
if you have those parameters assigned to the macros you can parameter lock them per step. there are 6 macros.