not all, but some (protracker, ft2, …)
in renoise, cropping and slicing is more comfy though, since you can let your selection “snap” to fixed fragments of the sample (i.e. “beats”). this however requires your sample/loop to be in sync with the song tempo, since if it’s not, the fragments renoise snaps to do not correspond to the individual events within the sample (i.e. kickdrum, hihat, snare, etc).
Every one goes on about 09xx effects. I don’t mind this technique but I feel like it’s not as fast for plugging in notes. What I do is that I load the sample into an instrument, and select the chunk I don’t want, hit cut, and add a new sample to the instrument. I do this until the whole beat is sliced, go to the instrument editor and hit “create drum kit” and it assigns each sample to c, c#, d, d# etc. This makes it really easy to plug in a beat.
but what if i want to change the pitch of these samples from the drumkit. let’s say c-4 is a kick or snare. but when i want this one to play at d-4, d-4 is already reserved to another part of the drumkit in c-4…