In the last video we concluded the in depth section on the Push2’s Simpler. In this video, we’ll explore the various features of what pressing the Convert button does.
The details on what you convert to depends on what is selected when you press Convert.
While working with a Simpler in either Classic or One-Shot Mode, pressing Convert will create a new midi track containing a drum rack with a copy of the simpler on the first pad. All other devices that were on the original track will also be copied to the new track.
While working with a Simpler in Slicing Mode, pressing Convert will replace the Simpler on the same track with a drum rack that contains all of the slices mapped to individual pads.
While working with a drum rack, pressing the Convert button will create a new midi track containing all of the devices that were on the selected pad.
If the Push2 is in Session Mode, and you press Convert with an audio clip, you can either create a new midi with a simpler loaded with the clip’s sample or a drum rack loaded with the clip’s sample. Warp markers and settings will be preserved in the new Simpler.
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