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  • in reply to: finger grease stains #2347

    gseher
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    Quote:
    The worst thing you can do, according to the Roland System 100 manual is to eat
    salt encrusted food like peanuts around your gear.

    Wow, that is the worst thing those guys can think of!?

    in reply to: finger grease stains #2346

    gseher
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    No matter what, you can always clean your gear with orange citrus oil and a light touch with
    a damp cloth.

    The worst thing you can do, according to the Roland System 100 manual is to eat
    salt encrusted food like peanuts around your gear.

    rachel

    in reply to: finger grease stains #2249

    gseher
    Keymaster

    I’ve got the Vampire. I don’t care about fingerprints and oil from my hands so they are always there. I’m an oily guy, but not extremely so. But, yes; if the fingerprint thing would drive you nuts, the black shows them up very easily. It’s easy enough to wipe down though.

    in reply to: Re: Re:Oooh, new stuff? #2344

    gseher
    Keymaster

    I played with "The Shell" at Musik Messe. The LED colors are not like the ones on the Vampire or Black Sea. They are Red, Green & Orange/Yellow. It looked really good.

    I gave a couple of demos on it since I knew the machine better than anyone else around. Was a bunch of fun. It looks great, and super slim, in real life.

    in reply to: Re: Re:Oooh, new stuff? #2341

    gseher
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    On the download page for the firmware, the version used to be 1.60.27 now it is
    1.60.32. Is it worth upgrading? What is different about these 2 versions?!

    rachel

    in reply to: Re: Re:Oooh, new stuff? #2340

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Hey…i am a regular to then…. B)

    in reply to: Re: Re:Oooh, new stuff? #2339

    gseher
    Keymaster

    …hey, forums are closed…you’re not supposed to be here B)

    …that is, if you use the link in the menubar – now we see whose a regular visitor and has this bookmarked…

    …on topic – isn’t today april first?! :whistle:

    in reply to: Modulating tracks at different speeds. #2336

    gseher
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    Good point! Thanks for bringing it up. Added to the to-do list.
    Gabriel

    in reply to: Modulating tracks at different speeds. #2335

    gseher
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    I totally agree, I expected that also.
    I wanted use it like automated track pitch changes, so each step of the feeder sequence alters the pitch + whatever else of the listener track, until the next step in the feeder track.
    However when i tried to do this I got similar problems.. only worked when the steps are at the same time – not what I expected.

    in reply to: Modulating tracks at different speeds. #2334

    gseher
    Keymaster

    I totally agree, I expected that also.
    I wanted use it like automated track pitch changes, so each step of the feeder sequence alters the pitch + whatever else of the listener track, until the next step in the feeder track.
    However when i tried to do this I got similar problems.. only worked when the steps are at the same time – not what I expected.

    in reply to: strange page repeat behaviour #2330

    gseher
    Keymaster

    thanks Gabriel!

    in reply to: strange page repeat behaviour #2316

    gseher
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    Hi Chaosmoon,
    thanks for the great documentation you provided – the problem is clear, confirmed and it is in the pipe as we speak. Will keep you posted as things progress.
    Cheers, Gabriel

    in reply to: Cluster groups #2322

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    I was playing with GT mode to figure out how this could work, and i realized there are grid track and grid track live modes. :blush: I probably read this at some point but forgot about it.:)

    I was thinking there could be some kind of shift key to apply mutes across all clustered pages, and not pressing the shift key would apply the mutes the way it works now(or vice versa).

    I found that the mute/solo button toggles between 2 sets of mutes, but I could not figure out where that second set comes from, I tried to dig into the documentation and found nothing about it. Gabriel, could you expand on what it does?

    This said, I think the best way to attack this is to find a way to keep both behaviors, either using some kind of shift button to force applying mutes across all clustered pages, or adding another mode to grid track mode, identical to grid track live mode, but which applies mutes to all clustered pages. That mode could be represented by a red led on the edit button.

    What do you guys think of this?

    Guillaume

    in reply to: Track Speed will not work #2327

    gseher
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    Hey ripe, I am in Fort Worth..

    Cheers,
    Click

    in reply to: Track Speed will not work #2325

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Lars, no I live in the USA, Texas, to be more specific. Lars is a knickname given to me from a TV show in the 70’s. Since this forum already has a Lars (you), I will change my forum name to click.

    Cheers,
    Click

    :)

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