Hello! I am getting deeper into the Organelle samplers — there are so many cool and fun ones. I just want to make sure I understand the process of saving and organizing my own samples.
It sounds like if I wanted to have, say, a few different samples I use with the arpeggiator sampler (just an example), I’d “save new” with each new sample, so I’d essentially have three copies of the arpeggiator sampler patch, one containing each of my samples.
Questions about this are:
Is there a good way anyone’s found of organizing these many copies of the same patch? Do you store the non-factory copies on a USB, or create sub-folders? Just looking for ideas, as I could see myself quickly getting overwhelmed and lost in a sea of sample patches.
Does saving new patches quickly eat up all the Organelle’s memory? It seems like saving entire new copies of patches, and not just the sample itself, could be a memory suck. But maybe the patches aren’t actually that memory-intensive?