In-playlist sampling 'Channel boxes' that mirror changes to wherever the box is placed, instead of re-copy pasting

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danred
Sat Dec 21, 2019 2:29 pm

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In-playlist sampling 'Channel boxes' that mirror changes to wherever the box is placed, instead of re-copy pasting

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Hopefully this picture explains it.

When you change midi files in a channel, it changes for all of the copies of the channel boxes in the playlist. It would be a HUGE time saver if there was a similar way to work with samples. The playlist is one of the easiest and best ways to work with samples, but if you want to make changes to say, the drum fill you have before each chorus, you have you make the change, (optionally regroup it), delete the old versions of the fills and then copy and paste it back to wherever you had the fill. If there was a way to give in-playlist sampling the mirroring feature of a channel box, you could make changes to things like drum fills, sample sections, anywhere you have the same sample or groups of samples for sections, without having to worry about which areas have the changes.

Instead of creating a 'group' for samples and such, you could create a 'sample box', or whatever you would call it, and copy-paste that sample box where you want. You could move the whole box by dragging on the top bar, or move the samples as normal with all changes inside the box being reflected in other copies of the sample box. It would work identically to sequences in adobe premiere.

Maybe a good idea? :D

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