Examigan wrote: I am not complaining at all and I think it's awesome the way it is actually. 12 layers is more than enough for me, as I probably won't use all of them anyway. Like you said, it would be an interesting experiment to see how complex a preset could be with that many layers.
I think one approach would be to establish right from the start that each layer will be different by x number of parameters, each modified to a certain amount. But in order to do that, layers should be able to be copied and pasted, which is not the case. I already asked about that. I would like to save layers to be recalled when creating other sounds (1). But it seems it could be too difficult to do.
(1) Same with Waverazor for that matter. Saving components to be recalled when creating other sounds. Libraries of components could be made and potentially sold. But once again, it seems too complicated to do mainly due to the modulation assignments.
For the modulation assignments I would naively say just add them on top of the existing ones when adding a component to an existing sound, but it seems that's not really the way