I love my OT!!
I’ve been using it in a strange way (for me at least) lately.
I normally use it as the Master Clock in my live set up. OP-1 uses inputs AB and then a stereo send from the Qu-Pac feeds inputs CD whatever I send to it. I use a lot of pickup machine loops on tracks T1 and T5. T2 reads from the buffer of T1. T6 reads from the buffer of T5. This way I can mangle further that which I’ve looped in the Pickups. T3 and T7 are my thru machines. T4 is whatever sample I want to play with. T8 is the master.
Lately, though, I’ve been preparing for a DJ set, so I’m using the OT as my mixer between vinyl and mp3.
My computer provides the mp3s and I have a Rytm and Minitaur also, so I can slip my own creations in on the fly.
Two stereo outputs feed AB and CD. I can still choose which goes to either “deck” on the OT via Qu-Pac routing (with an iPad controlling the Qu’) Vinyl or mp3 or Rytm/OT/minitaur. I guess it’s like having 3 decks.
OT main outs into KP3+. Cue outs to their own mixer channel, so I can preview (cue) the sounds in headphones from the Qu-pac before the crowd hears it. Mix bus out to Analog Heat, which comes back to a return channel on the Qu’ and that feeds the mains.
It was a mess to set up, but a whole lot of fun, too!