maybe this is something that all of you know already, but for me it was new / unexpected.
when trying to come up with a synth patch, I often build one and resample a C3 note and then use this sample in a new synth to play chromatically. so far nothing new.
but what happens when you take an empty new kit and treat every row as a synth (audition pad + "load/new" and then change OSC type from "SAMP" to a waveform) and put in a note in every row of the kit? it basically turns this "synth" kit in to a multi-oscillator synth. so every row is now a 2 oscillator synth voice. when putting in 10 kits rows this way you would have a 20 osc synth.
have them play a note (all the same or stack them with intervals or what have you). finally, resample the output of this kit (this one note) and use it in a new synth as a sample being played chromatically as I described before.
this is huge bc not only can every osc-row have different EQs, mods, delay etc but also when resampled it's light on the cpu. of course you will hear the resampled quality (like lfos not matching) but for the "analog" / lofi sound i am going for its perfectly fine.
I hope I explained it okay enough, i can also do a video if necessary.
cheers to having a massive osc-synth sitting right in your lap :-)
I understood your explanation but you should do a video anyway!
oh dope it worked! Is it possible to save this MIDI track with the Tap Tempo Routing intact?