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Anyone any idea how to turn this mode off and haze it quantised to bar start?
Have you worked out how to turn this feature off at all?
Just had an email From Marcel, they know about the problem and Gabriel is working on a fix.
Yep same here!!
Gabriel just emailed me, power on while pressing ESC.
I have not been able to find any info of how to upload this update to the NEMO.
Anyone know how?
Thanks for the reply.
Remix for me just creates totally random step patterns like described on page 39.
It doesn’t seem to do this:Quote:Track remixes (RMX)
The track remix is used to generate variations of a track without al-
tering it too much. It does have some random elements which are in-
fuenced by the value indicated in AMT.
For every step in the track, a random step offset for VEL will be gen-
erated. The same applies to the LEN, STA and POS attributes.
The step offsets set will be shifted against the actual steps by a ran-
dom position for all of the attributes listed above.
Assuming you had all steps on, and two non-zero offsets on two adja-
cent steps, the RMX operation will move those offsets to a random
position in the track, such that two different adjacent steps will play
the respective offsets.
For instance if I set AMT to 0 and then press remix I would expect it to do nothing but what it does do is just generate a random note pattern altering nothing els.
Post edited by: BobTheDog, at: 2009/07/19 08:20
Post edited by: BobTheDog, at: 2009/07/19 08:21
Are you the same bphenix from electro-music?
Too late the nemo arrives today
I spoke to Gabriel over email and the internal processor and memory board of the Nemo are the same as the octopus.
This means the current 16 track limitation (and the other limitations) are due to interface issues on the nemo (less buttons), Genoqs are thinking about and discussing expanding the Nemo nearer to the octopus in functionality.
That swung it!
Post edited by: BobTheDog, at: 2009/07/17 07:26
Thanks for the replies.
I have had a look through the manual and the Nemo seems as well as having less tracks to have less editablility as well.
Both look very interesting but I don’t think I can justify the cost of the Octopus with the current exchange rate even if it is the one I most desire.
Maybe the Nemo is for me.
Thanks for the reply.
I did have a look at it but it doesn’t seem to have much detail.
I have downloaded both manuals and am reading through them maybe that will shed some light on the chart!
The Ethernet will be used for OSC, this is currently in development.