I've submitted a new SDS Drop version 1.5.1 with a few little tweaks and additions for Stereo Drive.
it has two extra options for track-copy-pasting:
Invert LFO phase: If that's enabled, when copying a sound or track, the start-phase parameter of the LFO is gonna be set/p-locked to be opposite of that in the source sound/track.
Invert Sample Finetuning: If this is enabled, the finetuning on the sample page is set/p-locked to be negative relative to that of the source sound/track.
why is this there?
to have an ability to widen the stereo image.. e.g. if you set the LFO to filter cutoff, and the LFO has opposite phase, it's kind of like a panning effect, but only on the frequencies which are filtered out by the filter..
the sample finetune detune thing works super nicely with mono samples! it's like unison pitch spread on a synth.. or kind of like a chorus effect..
there's keyboard shortcuts for toggling these options:
Press L to toggle LFO phase inversion.
Press F to toggle Finetune inversion.
note that the LFO-phase inversion only works if you have at least one trig in the pattern which restarts the LFO. Free-running LFOs don't listen to the start-phase parameter!
Also. You can use the track/sound copy-paste thing without touching your computer.
You arm it by switching on the SYN and/or SMP toggle in the FX track of your Rytm (these switches are otherwise fully useless in the FX track). This starts a 4-second timer, and temporarily disables internal pad-triggering on the Rytm. Enable the SMP toggle to copy a sound. enable the SYN toggle to copy a track.
During these 4 seconds, hold a pad or step button, this will be the source track. Press another pad/step button, this will be the target track. Release the source pad, and SDS Drop does the copy-thing, just like by dragging with the mouse. Then, it will re-enable your pads for normal playing.
Sounds more complicated than it is, once you've done it a few times
this should be available in a day or two.