Love the tutorials- MUCH quicker and easier to understand than the manuals! This is the kind of question that could have a lot of different answers, so EVERYONES method is welcome!! I used to write songs on an Ensoniq EPS Sampling workstation. The thing I LOVED about it was that you could write your song, go and grab a different disc, just load the SAMPLES and NOT the SEQUENCER data, and listen to your new song playing a totally different bank(S) of sounds. This made for some INCREDIBLE pieces of music that we would have never written on our own, and it was a cool symbiosis of computer/human song writing that fit our image. What would be the best way to recreate that method in Logic 8 Studio? MIDI files are easy enough to load new banks into, but the only way I can think of to do it with AUDIO is to RE NAME the audio from the NEW sound banks to match the OLD audio files so the program places the new samples in the old sequenced points in the arrangement. OR, Using ULTRABEAT for writing the whole song, or the EXS-24, and loading or creating new sample banks for those. But the beauty of the ENSONIQ is that is was one button- "LOAD BANK" and that was it. Can you recommend a way to set up a song sequence template that would be quick, easy, and infinitely re-useable? We used to come up with such great stuff throwing drills where drums used to be, outboard motors where basses were, vocals instead of B-3's that would still arpeggiate into a crazy vocal riff, so anyone who has a method for this please let me know.