Feature Requests....

More
1 year 9 months ago #25 by paulshillito
Replied by paulshillito on topic Feature Requests....
The ability to have more than one type of effect per slot. So, for example, you could have 2 or more delays running in series rather than having it limited to just one of each per slot.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
1 year 9 months ago #26 by paulshillito
Replied by paulshillito on topic Feature Requests....
Have the Chord button do the option of assigning a chord to one key like on the Prophet 6/OB-6
The following user(s) said Thank You: izzymonkey

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
1 year 9 months ago #27 by paulshillito
Replied by paulshillito on topic Feature Requests....
A key tracking mode for the LFO's so that they speed up and slow down dependant on the key position with a positive and negative offset control to allow normal / inverse tracking like a VCO but in LFO mode and increase the maximum speed to maybe 1khz for audio-rate modulations.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Qwave
  • Qwave's Avatar
  • Away
  • Gold Boarder
  • Gold Boarder
  • longtime Waldorf enthusiast
More
1 year 9 months ago #28 by Qwave
Replied by Qwave on topic Feature Requests....
paulshillito, you can use the mod matrix to do it:
source: keytrack
destination: LFO (1-6) speed
amount: set as desired (-100% ... 0% ...100%)

The LFOs do reach into audio range. But of cause not full audio range.

Of cause, syncing such a modulated LFO to MIDI clock won't give expected result.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
1 year 9 months ago #29 by paulshillito
Replied by paulshillito on topic Feature Requests....
Good thinking, I forgot about the keytrack in the modmatrix :-)

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
1 year 9 months ago #30 by SandyS1
Replied by SandyS1 on topic Feature Requests....
I would like a better UI around saving a patch. A few things that would help:

1. Touching outside of the keyboard should be the same as pressing [<- Return].
2. A warning flash or something if you hit Save and something required isn't set, like the location.
3. A different flash or message to let you know the patch was successfully saved.
4. A snapshot feature that saves your current edits to a temporary location, preferably one that can be recalled like commits in version control.
5. Even better, autosave work to a temporary location in case of power outage or user error. Maybe 10 autosave and 10 snapshot slots so there is a good history but the disk space isn't filled up with versioning files (though that would be a great way to save a little space on the snapshot/autosave feature).

I lost about an hour of work last night because when I thought I had saved a patch and navigated to a different one, I apparently hadn't and lost the entire thing.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.