Yes, I've done this myself quite often, though with sounds from hardware synths, where there was no other way, because I usually only have one "instance" of each But, like I said above, several instances of the synth and a proper track routing gives you an equivalent workflow.falkTX wrote:sampling of the instruments is quite useful, it helps to reduce CPU usage (though I guess FM synths are not the most heavy things...) and it also allows for much easier beat-sequencing. one could create an hydrogen drumkit out of a FM synth, then work from there,
I don't see this as a problem. What's the difference to non-drum sounds?falkTX wrote:instead of having to have a synth open specifically just for this.
You can use MIDI loops, can you not?falkTX wrote:if I want to make a song in a modular host like carla (why not?), having samples helps a lot.
then I can create loops out of these...