Ja, I’ve already said that it wouldn’t bother me if they added it, multiple ways.
@HiGrade1, I did say “for me, things are done by ear” in my post that you responded to. So, I’ve already acknowledged that I’m speaking based on my preferred workflow right at the top of the post. Everything following that statement should of course be read with that in mind. You should remember though that these machines ARE designed with a workflow in mind, they are not “do anything” Ableton-like DAW open architecture environments. There is evidence of this in the interface. 1) the primary source page has no waveform view, you have to enter the secondary page to see that view. 2) The waveform view has no zoom function, and long waveforms appear basically as blobs. You can use these pieces of evidence to point to the fact that yes the Digitakt is a one-shot drum sampler at the core, with the ability to use longer samples, sequence other devices etc of course. Small samples (drum hits) do not need a waveform zoom since they can already be seen in good resolution due to the short length. I think it’s easy to make a case that the DT is meant by the designers to be used by ear primarily. But like I said, add it or not, no problem for me. I doubt that we will see a zoom, but I’ve been wrong before!