Greetings. I have a set of needs, and I’m interested if the SSP can meet them.
I currently use a bit of a mutt system with a rock band. My controller is a Linnstrument. I use a Eurorack and an iPhone. It’s a bit fiddle to set up.
TL;dr: could I have a preset that contains a polyphonic wavetable and an ADSR (making it paraphonic, I guess), a sampler with a piano sample, a delay, a reverb, and maybe a granular processor, that also sends the wavetable out to an analog filter and then back into the SSP for delay and reverb – while the piano goes straight into the delay and verb (guess this would be a mixer module)? Or will that overburden the SSP?
What I’d like to do is use a wavetable oscillator polyphonically, mix it in the module, run it out to an analog filter, and then run it back through the SSP for effects.
I need quickly accessible presets (think: changing sounds between songs).
What is latency like if I play sounds out of the module, route through an analog filter (which converts my polyphony to paraphony, but whatever), and then through a delay and reverb before going out to a DI and into a mixer?
BUT WAIT, there’s more.
On a few songs, I use a piano sound. Is there currently an ok (we’re talking live use in a rock band–doesn’t have to be perfect but needs velocity sensitivity) piano multisample that works with the SSP? Could I run that through the same reverb and delay effects that I run the analog filter through?
If so, could I set that up on, eg, 5 MIDI channels, and then run the wavetable on 5 channels, with different outs, along with a delay and reverb?
Lastly, there’s a trick I learned with Elektron boxes: tweak a bunch of parameters to make something go nuts during a fill/buildup, then hit “reload” and instantly get my original sound back. Is that kind of thing possible in real time performance on the SSP?