I ran into this one last night… it’s obvious, but still very cool.
With 1.11 you can use [NO] while holding the [TRK] button to undo control-all changes.
If you hold [TRK] and tap [NO] with your left hand, while turning an encoder with your right hand, you can tap [NO] to any rhythm.
On this clip from 0:6 - 0:14 I’m turning tune down, and tapping [NO]
Edit - Note that you could do this with [FUNC] + [NO] in the old version, but now you can stack control-all changes. You release [TRK] to keep your control-all tweaks running, then do what I did above, then use [FUNC] + [NO] to go back to the original pattern.
May have been shared before, and not “technically” a Digitakt specific tip:
I use a bpm to pitch calculator for working with samples. So let’s say I have a sample that’s 98 bpm and I want bring it to 88 bpm, I’ll know more accurately how to pitch the sample to preserve timing. I personally use the WhippinPost one ( I think that’s the name, forgive me) and it’s super handy.
one tip: ob dt vst allows control of parameters in the record page and in essence turns the record page into another track or track 9
the idea gives you an extra track, if you want to see it that way.
control tune, play, start, reverb, bi directional looping on the recorder page
hold yes function and change the controls via ob as you would per track.
scan through the recorder screen wave form by using a external lfo
reverse the sample
and so on