First of all, I think that that Spectrasonic Stylus RMX is a great instrument.
But there is one thing which I find disturbing in Spectrasonic's policy (and in Stylus), maybe someone can tell me how he/she has solved this dilemma.
Namely, there are huge amount of different sophisticated ways to edit
Stylus RMX sounds but it seems that one main feature is forgotten:
how to create/edit different time signature rhytms. Practically all the thousands of library rhytms are in 4/4. But the world, of course, is full of different time signatures, from the conventional 3/4 waltz to the complex polyrhytmic patterns. Even "simply" rock music is full of different time signatures (just listen e.g. 5/4 "Mission Impossible") or 7/4 Pink Floyd's "Money".
I know that the Stylus RMX user can edit the groove control MIDI file.
But its rather difficult to edit e.g. a good (= make it match perfectly) 3/4 rhytm from some 4/4 file(s).
How have you solved this?
I think Stylus is great but they have forgotten this very important thing, just wonder why?