Track scenes (working title)
I worry that this is too cool to be possible. But if memory and other computer stuff allows it, Track Scenes would be da bomb
It's like chromatic mode and scenes had a lovechild.
From chromatic mode the child inherited that the pads are used to trigger a single track. And from scenes it inherited that each pad has it's own set of parameter locks.
So each pad could have different settings in the different parameter pages and then you could jam on them and live record it, or you could use the pads for super quick programming in grid mode and much more.
JUST IMAGINE THE POWER!
You could have completely different samples on each pad so it would be like each voice was a single voice rytm. Or you could just use it as a fun and effortless way to record hihats with lots of sonc variation.
It would be amazing and sooo fun.
Everybody knows that voices choking are super cool, and this would make the Rytm the ChokingKing
Edit: I realize that there is a chance that the parameter lock memory would be maxed out very quickly.
I don't know coding, so I should probably just be quiet.. but it makes sense in my head at least.
Here goes my uneducated suggestion:
Could there be a reference like thing going on to save memory? What I mean is that instead of each trig created though "Track Scenes" holding complete information on it's own parameter locks it just contains a reference to the pad to which it is locked. And then the parameter data is collected from there instead....
I wrote this screenplay to explain it better:
-Sequencer: Hello Normal P-locked trig, I am about to play you, can you tell me your parameter locks.
-Normal p-locked trig: Sure thing Sequencer, my cutoff is locked to 64, resonance to 96 and my overdrive is set to 17.
-Sequencer: Thanks Hello P-locked trig created through Track Scenes, I am about to play you, can you tell me your parameter locks.
-"Track Scenes" p-locked trig:** I'm afraid not sequencer, you see, to conserve memory me and the other trigs of my kind store our data on the pad to which we are locked. So to see my settings you need to check out the settings of pad 6.
-Sequencer: Oh right, I forgot! Hey, Pad 6 can you remind me of your settings again?
-Pad 6: Sure sequencer, because you're my best friend My resonance is at 45, noise amount 34, and my amp envelope attack is 22.
-Sequencer: Thanks Pad 6