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July 14, 2009 at 08:24 in reply to: Page repeat problem in cluster #2437
OK – I could reproduce this. It is on the fix list. Thanks!July 14, 2009 at 08:14 in reply to: Octopus crashes when soloing a page in grid mode #2452
I was not able to reproduce in a first extended run. Can anyone else confirm this bug?
Hartley, can you possibly say more about the surrounding circumstances? I.e. can you try and start the machine empty (holding the CLR button pressed while booting), and see if you can reproduce it on an empty Grid? And from there try to work up the ladder and see if you can find any other factor that may produce the error? Thanks!July 6, 2009 at 07:24 in reply to: user scales #2433
Nice idea! Please help me better understand how this would work though. In particular, how does "the scale defined by the input chord" really look like? For 1 note, 2 notes, 3 notes, etc..
gabrielJuly 1, 2009 at 13:21 in reply to: Page tempo multiplier? #2422
Ability to modulate tempo multipliers?
This is what hypersteps in conjunction with LEN step events are all about.. (available in the current public beta and the just around the corner release 1.62).
Build a hyperstep and modify its length, then play with the LEN factor of the track the hyperstep is on. Is this what you were looking for?June 24, 2009 at 08:16 in reply to: New Listmember intro/ progam change problem #2305
I think we are all set on this one and Klaus made a happy impression after testing out the provided fix.June 24, 2009 at 08:15 in reply to: Random DIR with skipped steps #2394
OK – identified the issue, but it will take a bit to get it sorted. I apologize for the inconvenience in the meantime. Let me know if it grows to a major annoyance.June 21, 2009 at 07:08 in reply to: Lets talk hypersteps! #2397
LDT wrote:Quote:Oh, and there seems to be something funny (bug-ish) about the hyperstep containing its own "normal" note. This does not seem usefull to me. I would much rather that the moment a step becomes a hyperstep, its "normal" step note ceases to exist. This would also in line with the above feature expansion.
Actually this is intended to support the case where you have a track send some MCC data set that affects the note played by the hyperstep. When you modify the length of the note the modulation scales accordingly.
Anyone else has an opinion on this?June 18, 2009 at 20:09 in reply to: ATA flight case for octopus #2402
Yes, I have seen that note / bug report and it is on my list now.June 17, 2009 at 09:54 in reply to: Track CLR problem #2399
By note offset are you referring to the track PIT offset here, Lars?June 17, 2009 at 09:31 in reply to: Lets talk hypersteps! #2396
Nice input Lars!
So what does everyone else think? Hyperstep related that is..
Remember we are in beta so there are still doors open.
GabrielJune 17, 2009 at 09:08 in reply to: ATA flight case for octopus #2378
delighted to have you back!!
Getting the bits to retrofit the machine is physically possible, but considering that the retrofit act would resemble more a component recycling process than anything else (due to the physical build of the machine – think: at some point you would have a bowl full of bearing balls in front of you), we are not ready to support it to the extent that users should do it on their own. We are evaluating other possibilities however.
Please stay tuned, and please stay with us this time, will you..
OK – the speed in the upcoming public beta is reduced. You should check it out (as soon as the beta arrives).