last question for today
then I go back making music
Of course I know what to use each mode for but I don’t quite understand the relationship and workaround among each other, yet.
1. Do I get out of Multimode when switching to Program, or am I actually ALWAYS in Multimode and just change a Program for the Multimode?
2. when I create a Multi, store it. Afterwards change an involved Program and store it to the same position, same name, will the Multi then use the altered Program? - what I mean: is the old sound of the Multi lost then or do the values of a Program get stored within a Multi as well?
(with my Waldorf Q, the old sound would be gone, with my Novation KS, the Multi stores the parameters/changes of a Program - the sound would not be lost)
3.Then, when I set up a Multi, where do I see the used Program name and position afterwards (some days or months later)?
I would have assumed that when switching from Multi to Program, I see the Name/Position of the used Program, being able to start from there to search for alternative Programs for my Multi? or just see the name of the used program.
The same for Sequence.
Then, I’m a little bit confused with the Patches. Shouldn’t they be mirrored with the Programs (but of course without Arp/Seq)?
This way, one could keep the Arp/Seq settings and be able to change the “instrument”
- one could try the same sequence with another sound (instrument/patch)
But all the patches are empty.
Do I just have to store the Programs manually to Patches? Didn’t you do mirroring because of the possibility of copies of the same patch?
The same question as above for sequences: when I change a sequence and store it. If it was used in a program before - will the sequence in the program be changed then as well?
I think, my questions might lead to the wish for the COMB mode from Shruthi;-) (at least as there are so many banks in Ambika, I think it would be completely ok?)
Don’t want to get lost in all the banks and programs/sequences and damage something (existing program or multi) by accident because of resaving