well, you could use simpler...the new one.....and put how ever many you want instances in a drumrack...make sure each simpler is one shot and have them all warped using tones or textures....and then put a random midi in front of it, this way you can have all your samples synced to the tempo....audiosymmetry wrote:Thx penguinpajamas! Sana48, I like putting a randomizer on my sampler and chucking a host of random samples into it so that they play percussively. Ideally the samples would be in the key of the song, but I don't want to manually pitch each sample by hand one by one. It's doable of course, but it's time consuming, if I could have it done automatically it would cut the fat out of my workflow.
otherwise like do is use sampler...the LFO on random > sample selection...then you have to pitch each sample to your chosen tempo.....sometimes you have to do some extra work to get good results..that aren't just boring and same as 50 000 other :producers:
or...you could record all your samples at the tempo you like to do your performances on, then bang...throw them all in sampler....good to go
but i like to use a random on the sampler anyway, because playing samplers at the same pitch always is boring, they aren't warped right but who cares that part of life