Hello – some noob questions

OS_CE Forums Nemo User exchange Hello – some noob questions

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    Darin
    Participant

    Hi, first time poster – I’ve owned a Nemo for three weeks and I’m absolutely delighted. The learning curve is very pleasant indeed.

    However, I have a few questions:

    When ‘pendulum’ direction mode is selected on a track which contains muted steps, the Nemo plays the active steps in order but apparently turns to a random direction later on – is this intentional?

    Is there a way to mute more than one step at once? I’m constantly varying track lenghts to build polyrhythms, and this would prove useful.

    Is there a way to change the default track values in the Nemo? By default I mean the pitch, velocity, etc values that every track is automatically assigned when the Nemo is turned on or when a track is cleared.

    Are there any plans to implement direction maps on the Nemo in the near future?

    Thanks and happy sequencing.

    #2275

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Hello,
    just some thoughts to the very good points you bring up.

    Pendulum with skipped steps seems to go wrong after some time. I have technically understood the issue now and it is on the list to get fixed in a next OS update.

    Skipping more than one step should work by holding the step buttons pressed, and then pressing the MUT button.

    Default after-clear track values cannot be changed right now. The values that are assigned after a reset are the ones that you have saved previously. So a workaround may be once invest the time and save the values as you need them.
    Alternatively you can do this for a single page for example, and use a copy of that page each time you need that particular configuration.

    Direction maps are on the agenda – however it takes longer than expected because the model used in Octopus will not carry over and we are looking to simplify it anyway.

    Hope this is helpful.
    Cheers,

    Gabriel

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