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How do you "reload" a kit after changes on another clip?

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My song has two clips (aka tracks) using the same kit. I've tweaked a sound on one of them (adding some env2 modulation to the transpose of one sound). The only reliable way I've found to get the other to pick up the change is to copy the content of the clip, delete the clip, clone the first, clear out the content of the new clip, and then paste what I copied.

Is there a better way? I expected something like switching the other clip to another kit and then back to the original would do it, but it didn't.

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    IcoustikIcoustik NorwayPosts: 478
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    You'll basically have to save that kit with a new number iteration (the one with the changes), then simply set the other clips to that new numbered kit too.

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    iFreilichtiFreilicht GermanyPosts: 29
    edited April 12

    Have you saved the kit in the sound editor after making these changes?

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    duelinmarkersduelinmarkers Austin TX USPosts: 43

    Yes, I've saved the changed kit from one track and tried changing the kit of the other track, then changing it back, but that doesn't load the changes saved from the other track.

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    iFreilichtiFreilicht GermanyPosts: 29

    That seems weird. Could it be that you have recorded/sequenced automation on one of the tracks?

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    tshaktshak Posts: 1

    I'm having the same problem. I have many clips with the same kit and I just want to change the level of a drum (for example) across all clips. I've tried saving to the kit and the only way I've gotten it to work is to cycle the power of the unit! :neutral:

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