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Great post….and a even greater project to start….
I just wonder about a few things….:
– Your theory sounds great….but is this even feasable with the Nemo hardware….?
– Is the memory of the Nemo big enough to program this and keep enough left to work normally…?
– Why talk already about money and the amount of it…even though you do not have a programmer found yet ?
– Due to the fact that the Nemo part of this forum is only visited by a couple of people….getting 10 people to pony 1000 in total will be already very difficult.
Still….i like to hear or see if this is even possible on the Nemo.
Do you have OS 1.62 on your Nemo…?
Edit : I saw in another post that you are running OS1.60….so that means no Edit perform.
Are you in page mode…?
Is the sequence stopped when trying to switch…?
Post edited by: Prime NL, at: 2010/07/27 15:54
Adam wrote:Quote:My preferred solution is to panic.
Well…i checked yesterday….and this should unchain the tracks :
– Let’s say you chained together 3 tracks
– Hold track selector 1 and push the chain button
– Do the same with track selector 2 and 3 to unchain them
– Now all tracks should be "seperate" again
– This way you can unchain every track you chained together or just 1 of the 3
I am not sure about my answer….but can you unchain them again by holding the track selectors from the chained tracks and pushing the chain button….?
I use a Midi Merger from Philip Rees (2M) for this….works perfect !
By my knowledge you do the following :
– Push Page button
– Edit should be green…no blinking
– Press Rec button..should blink orange now
– Holding a step on the matrix, and playing a key on your keyboard will
assign the note data (including velocity) to the selected step.
– To record more than just one step in a take, simply keep playing on
your keyboard and you should see the played notes fill in one after
Explaining edit modes :
– Green : The step buttons toggle the step states
– Orange blinking : Edit state, MIDI data of the
steps is played out of the MIDI port as it is, grab a step to tweak its attributes
– Green Blinking : Edit Perform State, EDIT PERFORM is actually similar to the EDIT state, with the exception that no MIDI data is transmitted when you operate on the matrix. This is particularly interesting for the Berlin School type of performances.
I guess that when you went back you triggered the submit from your just written post.
You can see some of the inside if you go to : Service -> Documents -> and then the last link on this page "the making of".
Congrats on you newly acquired baby….
Great video….thanks for sharing… 😆
Btw…great HD shot of the Nemo….looks fantastic with the focus in the middle.
Post edited by: Prime NL, at: 2009/08/31 07:45
Tx for the new Firmware Gabriel….works perfectly and loaded without a hitch.
Simply…go to the products page -> Nemo -> Technical Data
You will see a comparison chart over there which gives an indication about the differences between the Nemo or Octopus.