I have been really smitten with an idea that was first put out with Maschine Jam, and that is the concept of Locks and Snapshots, which seems to be the single greatest idea for “live” electronic music that has yet come out, despite it being a really quite simple idea.
What it does is allow you to press a button to take a snapshot of your entire project, (parameters, notes, everything), which then allows you to make some wild changes (Reverb swells, effects sends, filter sweeps, note repeats, Envelope Adjustments, etc) and then once you press a button, the entire project will snap back to the way it was when you created the snapshot. This is fantastic for Buildups, Breakdowns, or just adding cool little filler pieces into music.
I am wondering if there was a way of emulating this with the Pyramid? I’m not sure how the Pattern/Track/Sequence hierarchy works but my thoughts were there would likely be a way if instead of taking a snapshot you duplicated a pattern/track, switch to the duplicate, adjust all your parameters through the duplicate, then switch back to the original. Is such a thing possible? Is there a cleaner/more performable way?