I have several Kontakt drum libraries. These libraries have different loops on each key to play.
For live playing, this structure is not suitable, cause, the different loops are spread other up to 20 keys.
So I made a midi recording on one the the loops keys and put it in the media player.
This works pretty good to bind it to a hardware button (or Cantabile control button).
By using to aboved named midifile and transpose it up/down (key by key) I have in a rack all the loops
I want to start/stop via hardware button. Works.
The thing is: so far I have now 12 mediaplayers in the rack, which are all bind to one hardware button.
The predictable thing is now, that all mediaplayers starts even I play/hear one loop This makes
the start/stop process naturally slow.
Is it possible in the rack states to prevent/bypass on single media players the start/stop process?
For VST it is naturally possible to bypass. I didn’t found such feature in C3 for media players.
Is my workflow (described above) not the best way?
I tried already to have only 1 media player and change e.g. transpose settings per rack. But, here
I was not successful: if I change the transpose settings in the media player it effects all rack states.
Or should that work, having one media player with different transpose settings per rack state?