Overdubbing in OP-1

Hey Guys,

So I am starting to learn the ins and outs of my wonderful new little music making device. I realise that we only have 4 tracks to work with. However, I noticed that you can use track one to layer drums and synths and other stuff. Sounds like you can keep overdubbing with just one track. Is there a limit such as certain elements get deleted the more I overdub? Thanks

Comments

  • I dont think so. Just try and cram as much stuff onto one track. Its just an array that stores bits and bytes.
    From a sound design standpoint you will run into muddyness at some point.

  • @adge said:
    I dont think so. Just try and cram as much stuff onto one track. Its just an array that stores bits and bytes.
    From a sound design standpoint you will run into muddyness at some point.

    Cheers mate, in that case it's actually very doable creating a fully fledged track

  • @kid4life84 said:

    @adge said:
    I dont think so. Just try and cram as much stuff onto one track. Its just an array that stores bits and bytes.
    From a sound design standpoint you will run into muddyness at some point.

    Cheers mate, in that case it's actually very doable creating a fully fledged track

    Take a gander at the battles. I found it and incredibly helpful way to get better at op1ing

  • @ludicrouSpeed said:

    @kid4life84 said:

    @adge said:
    I dont think so. Just try and cram as much stuff onto one track. Its just an array that stores bits and bytes.
    From a sound design standpoint you will run into muddyness at some point.

    Cheers mate, in that case it's actually very doable creating a fully fledged track

    Take a gander at the battles. I found it and incredibly helpful way to get better at op1ing

    The skill of op1ing 🤣

  • Yea @ludicrouSpeed battles are an amazing way to learn a piece of equipment inside & out. Great advice. @kid4life84 there is a battle that just started, you should check it out. & have fun with your new toy :)

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