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    Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    I looked through the quik start for this and did a search. I just want to change patches but keep the same arp going. Not save and reload everytime for a new patch. This is likely a very simple thing that I'm missing.

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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    No but you can save the arp pattern and bring it in to the new sound and save that.
    edit: I just re-read the post, no you can not.
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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    I would like this feature added as it would be a big time saver.

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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    It's probably already on the wish list for Omni2.
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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    It sure is on my wish list for Omni 2.

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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whirly View Post
    It sure is on my wish list for Omni 2.


    Im hoping this Omni is kinda future proof,

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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    Quote Originally Posted by impactjones View Post
    I would like this feature added as it would be a big time saver.

    +1 Yes, please, I would like this also.

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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    Quote Originally Posted by impactjones View Post
    I looked through the quik start for this and did a search. I just want to change patches but keep the same arp going. Not save and reload everytime for a new patch. This is likely a very simple thing that I'm missing.
    You could set up a "Live" or "Stack" session, edit the arp in each patch and save it as a multi.

    Saving as a multi preserves the edits you make to the arp (and most likely other edits) without affecting the original patch.

    Rob

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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    Quote Originally Posted by robh View Post
    You could set up a "Live" or "Stack" session, edit the arp in each patch and save it as a multi.

    Saving as a multi preserves the edits you make to the arp (and most likely other edits) without affecting the original patch.

    Rob
    How would this be any different than just saving the arp. You still coulldn't audition presets with the same arp without having to reload the arp you want over and over and over.

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    Re: Can you switch Omnis patchs and keep the same arpeggiator?

    Quote Originally Posted by impactjones View Post
    How would this be any different than just saving the arp. You still coulldn't audition presets with the same arp without having to reload the arp you want over and over and over.
    I thought you were meaning switching patches during a performance of a song. I didn't know you were meaning for auditioning patches.

    For auditioning, slinky's suggestion is the only way to do it.

    Rob

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