I know there are several threads on this, but I have a specific question.
How do you compare the workflow between Rytm and Digitakt? I have seen several videos, and it looks more or less the same to me. Or am I missing something? Also how do you compare the analog filter and overdrive with the DT filter and overdrive? And about the delay and reverb?
I am thinking about changing to Rytm, mostly because of the performances and scenes. Pattern change options seem really cool and the ability to save and load kits sounds like heaven.
the func+mutes to select several mutes before muting will also make jamming easier I think. I’m not that interested in the analog machines, and am very happy with samples and sampling like the DT.
What I do love about the Digitakt is the fast and intuitive workflow. and this is something I think I don’t want to compromise. especially in the process of creating grooves. I care less about complexity to set up project configuration or scenes or anything which comes between the initial creative wave and the performing.
What I don’t use in the Digitakt is midi sequencing, and the track ALL function is do sometimes use, but I would much prefer the performance function of the Rytm.
So, Is the Rytm workflow as easy and intuitive as the DT? The only reason I am still doubting a lot is the form factor. I would love to end up keeping the DT because of space and organisation of my live setup.
as I just have been lucky, money is not a deciding factor…