Many producers who like to create or perform using MPC style DAWs like MASCHINE will typically “chop” and map different slices of a sampled track to different pads. Each pad is then assigned a MIDI note so by playing a different note ( up to 16 max typically ) a different portion or “slice” from the sampled track gets played.
This allows the producer or performer to play such slices in any order they want - wher a vocal line or drum etc.
The idea here is to emulate the same behaviour. So that once we have set up a MIDI and vocal track in Synthesiser V - we can then optionally assign up to 16 different timeline ranges within this track - to different MIDI notes. This would emulate the common slice-to-MIDI-note features found in all DAWS but especially used in MASCHINE. The difference and benefit here of course is that the vocal parts - notes, expression etc can be changed or edited any time.
The original Synth V vocal track might be a complete melody line - then “chopped up” into sections, each set to a MIDI note, or instead the track might be created to act as seperate “patterns” each triggered via MIDI note.
Such a feature would be great for improvising or experimenting with short melodic vocal ideas - particularly for hip hop or EDM type music.
like here in Ableton - https://youtu.be/LNDJcsAAL6s?si=_ehhOvmfCIID0Y-C
Or here in MASCHINE https://youtu.be/nSolaFmQKRg?si=Mw89M4Jj1LdSSgpH