Cockdiesel wrote:Naw I’ll you can’t resample and use the inputs at the same time. Not sure if that is a deal breaker.
I’m still getting used to a lot, the time stretch and other features are kind of confusing to me but I have not looked at the manual yet.
It was a no brainer for me to drop the Digitakt, but the pioneer is lacking some areas. If you can track with the outputs and maybe have something with more sampling options as well you should be good. I haven’t had much time with it so it’s more than likely something I need to learn on the machine. I have had done almost no menu diving and just using the samples the guy had on them to learn the machine. I’m impressed with how it can transform already prepared samples, and have edited little besides the front panel buttons. Dude has a synth pop set in there and I’m chopping his breaks up making crazy ****.
Not at all, just as long I can play a pad and something playing from the inputs is enough for me, but if it was able to resample both, that would be a bonus. As long I can resample my pad performance, I'm good
Yeah, I notice the prices went down. That is great news for me. Though if I can find someone to trade a mint Live for a mint SP16, that would be dope too.
I dissed it early in the year when compared to the Live, but you can't compare Pioneer to Akai. Plus, Pioneer about to drop the update next month (so they hope). Gives me time to decide and make preperations.
Truthfully, I'm sick of Digitakt's plastic clickity-clack button. **** gets stuck too if you try to double stutter samples. And only 8 slots to fill with samples out of the 16 buttons, the other 8 is from external MIDI devices and I don't do MIDI. I dig Elektron but I think they need to re-engineer their hardwares.