Lets talk the Envelopes please.
my concern is mainly the one in the AMP section. Personally i´m refering here to the Attack and Decay stage but NOT the hold stage:
so up front release in so many occasions the crowd here was refering to that th DT is a Drumsampler / Drummachine.
The AMP Envelope is NOT reflecting this ! ( Attack and Decay )
thats my opinion
Whats yours on that matter ? please post your satisfaction or dissatisfaction
my Dissatisfaction and further thoughts:
everything in the “more percussive area” has to little of a sweet spot respectivly is it too fiddly to maneuver around in the subtleness of the settings,
while a real subtleness is never given.
Yes, i can get there, but allways just feels so “lala”…no further playground to hover around a sweetspot.
(again: refering to Attack and Decay )
I find the ENV setup to be tailored for “all kind of uses”,
while the DT on the other side shows in many other aspects that it was more tailored towards the use in the drum and percussions area n the whole.
while the ENV settup would be one of the most important aspects here.
look, doing percussive stuff, tiny bits of a adjustment can make quite a difference and can be important for optimising ones sounds,
while i´d say if one wants to have long going samples the subtelness of a setting is much less important.
i use mostly 1/16 in the lenght parameter page which is quite small.
I have not experimented here that much, but the DT felt definitly much less optimized than my old OT in the whole ( lenght setting and ENV setting together )
should be rethought and reworked.
( yes, its a wish for the wishlist. but i think important enough to see what “experienced” users think on that matter. )
P.S. i also work here with 1, 2 and 4 Bar long running samples.
i make the main adjsutment then with the hold stage.
i don´t see a loss if the attack and Decay stage would be more tailored towards the more percussive work