Hi there, i am downloading the file.
I can just tell you that time consuming can be lowered using DrumRack in Ableton, and i swear i spent a LOT of time just to have the correct “encoded” files (the 16 ones)
As soon as i download i’ll have a fast listen to the rough files
found the time to listen and also tried directly on OT…and i’m sorry but those files are not correct, and i believe not even as “normal” samplechains…sorry.
But i suggest you to wait for the OT to arrive: it’s best to try directly on the machine what you prep outside it. It’s a good way to know how the OT reacts.
And, trust me, once you have all prepared…kraaissht,that Machine is Evil!
Like a huge FunPark!
Well, I’m keep going on this beautiful thread adding my last minute eureka.
i discovered something really obvious but, since 64 loop samples are pretty unpredictable when it comes to Crossfader range, if you have 2 scenes, one locked to Slice1 the other to Slice64 and you set the default value to taste (like a basecamp loop to go back to) in Playback page, something really fun and controllable get disclosed:
playing with Scene Mutes - Fader - Default value gives huuuuuge moments!!!
I’ll try to create a video or something to show this really powerful OT’s under-the-hood feature
thanks again Wascal!! you’ll be credited