still the same sound source. Its like for example a rock track where you have your lead guitar rhythem guitar and bass there all classed as seperate single instruments but in say the chorus section there layerd together (i.e playing the same notes and chord progression) to bring out the vocal more and to give depth.
joem I am always down for a good argument, but you are being silly. Not only does the topic you are trying to debate not matter at all, you also are nearly incoherent. Please let RB learn a bit about DnB and try to find a collab partner.
^C'mon Oatbag, I don't think he's being silly at all.
Layering has nothing to do with a single, multiple oscillator synthesizer. Layering, like he said, is when you take two sounds from different sources and layer them together, so as to have them act as a single unit. Or they could be the same source used twice. Ie two instances of any synth with a different sound coming from each one.
Things like terminology are important especially when trying to communicate something to someone else via text.