The .caustic file
I did this on the bus of course, to learn about doing loops, loading multiple samples in the PCM and beat box, using the piano roll and doing automation in the Caustic way. I filled up two beat boxes with loops along with kick, snare and HH. This was cool because I could pan two loops for a bigger sound. Then a PCM for pads with Mellotron a D-50 pad and a Synclavier sample. I was able to use just a single note sample for each and kept them all at one octave. I had a sound font of loops at 150 BPM and loaded another PCM synth with that. It's a demo .SF2 from a company that sells soundfont loops etc. for just a couple bucks on-line. With piano roll I was able to get that .SF2's two bar loops to play as intended and at the end the pad holds for about 8 bars, The intro was also all done in piano roll. Because I relied on that Demo sound font so much this isn't so much an original but more like a remix of a song I never heard! I resisted the temptation to remix it in my DAW because the EQ isn't where it should be thanks to my cheap headphones. Beside any critique I'd appreciate knowing what the woman in the sample says. ;~}
I've check with Voice Crystal:
And they are fine with the sounds within the soundfont being distributed as long as it is not for profit.
It was originally freely available as a download at Creative Labs Sound Blaster site.