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Not sure if this is common knowledge or not, but I only just discovered it and I thought I'd post it for all you lovely 'stickers'
If you load samples in to the pcmsynth and take the polyphony down to one, we all know that you can then glide the sample to create pitch bend. But I've discovered that the pcm will hold onto the point of the sample where the note ends on the grid, effectively 'pausing' the sample until the next note is played.
If that next note has the glide function applied to it, the sample will carry on playing from the point the last note stopped. This can create some really interesting staggering effects with vocal samples.
I'll be posting my finished 'Heathens' remix shortly which will illustrate it better than I am explaining it here, but I just knocked this up to give an idea of what I mean. I hope it makes sense cos it blew my tiny mind lolit makes the pcm for more amazing than I already thought it was. Any questions, I'll try and answer but I hope you find this as useful as I do