Hey guys, my current workflow when recording samples is:
-Setup a few flex track and assign respective recording buffers for playback.
-Record some loops to these from external gear.
-Manipulate, put random triggers, adjust start times, filters, lfos etc.
-Then when I come up with something interesting save.
The problem is I don’t want to save my recordings to flex slots because that steals the precious ram memory for recording. But if I save to a static slot, to re-assign these samples I have to switch all the flex tracks to static. And this resets my track settings. So the pattern doesn’t play like the way I programmed it before saving.
I hope I made it clear. I love the immediacy of sampling a few loops to flex tracks from my gear and quickly building a pattern, but when it comes to saving is there way to save to static slots without messing the pattern? Or is saving and assigning to flex the only way? What is the smoothest way of sampling and not killing the workflow with this type of stuff?