I appreciate you offering suggestions @AAdra
I’m very particular about saving my work; if there is any slight change to the part I’m working on, which I know I’ll want to keep for that part, I’ll save the part, and save the entire project, so lack of saving is not an issue for me. The sequencer is hard stopped (double tap), so there is no sample playing. It’s all my live sound (bass) that’s messed up after I switch banks from the part with the neighbour w/reverb with scene locks, to the part in a different bank with no neighbour, then immediately reload the part, where I then get a weird combo of both parts, etc.
@sezare56 Thanks for the reminder IMHO, this may be inherent to a problem that I sometimes encounter with parts/pickups. That is that pickup machine tracks CAN’T have trigs. I guess I already have the solution to my problem: pickups get triggered by using the AB/CD buttons (or ext. MIDI) to record a PM loop and THIS trigs the part. OR, starting the sequencer (if trigs are present on static/flex/thru/neighbour tracks trigs the part). This definitely forces a certain way of how a performer works with discrete musical pieces per bank on the OT. Ah well, it is what it is, and I just remembered that I’d communicated with Elektron about this before. The behaviour I’m witnessing seems definitely a bug, but one I think I can work around/avoid fairly easily.