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  • Dan
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    Yes, that's correct

  • vantablack
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    Originally posted by Dan View Post
    Yes, this feature is called "exclusive mode" and you can turn it on/off in the "Tracks" page.
    Note: you have to have both samples in the same column!
    vertically am i right?

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  • Bubinga
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    I wrote in the wish-list forum today - this method really stinks for overall usability. I wish I could simply select which cells interact with each-other.

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  • Christine
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    Thanks for answering, Dan!

  • JoeFuture
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    Awesome. I actually logged in tonight to ask the same question This is super helpful for open & closed hats.

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  • Dan
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    Yes, this feature is called "exclusive mode" and you can turn it on/off in the "Tracks" page.
    Note: you have to have both samples in the same column!

    Leave a comment:


  • Possible for one sample to stop another sample when it's triggered?

    Let's say I have an Open Hihat on one pad and a Closed Hihat on another pad. Is it possible for the Closed Hihat sample to stop the Open Hihat sample when it's triggered? This way I could have an Open Hihat with a long decay that would be much shorter when interrupted by a Closed Hihat, sounding more natural.

    I've enjoyed this feature on drum machines before.

    If not, let me know and I'll create a new thread in the Wishlist forum!

    Thanks!
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