Hello, I've been reading some threads but I'm a bit confused. I understand that you have one FX engine per kit, but when you parameter lock in your project referring to a sound from another kit, will that sound use its original FX engine or will it use the one in the current project? Let's say I want a reverb on my kick for example to be different from the reverb on my hi-hat, can I then put the kick in its own kit and parameter lock it in a project where the hihat is stored and retain the kick's original reverb from its kit?
You can't load two kits at the same time, just different sounds. You can parameter lock the reverbs settings, though.
No, FX are a separated track so no sound lock on this side.At best, only FX sents would get saved in sounds
How does this work? My scenario I said above with two different reverbs in the same project is possible?
No, you just have one reverb globally available. But you can change its parameters for every step. And of course for every kit.
Thanks, I think I understand now. Then as long as you're not occupying the same step of the sequencer you should be able to have different reverbs.
I love to pull out the Overbridge Manual for these questions, which oddly enough seems to have much more detailed charts of the signal flow:
I find these very helpful when thinking about the Elektron concepts of Sounds, Kits, etc.
Btw, does this apply to Digitakt as well?