Amos wrote:what do you think should happen if you are already in arp latch mode and you press the Hold pedal? Should there be a change in behavior or should it do nothing in this context?
Amos wrote:spin, does this change persist after a couple of power cycles? I noticed the same on one or two units when I first loaded the new firmware, but I rebooted and the octave transposition was normal again. I'll look into this but I have not seen it persist yet...
Well I'm using a LIttle Phatty Stage II, with a Yamaha momentary pedal. The poly mode is set to off. This problem occurs with or without a midi signal. The gate in (under Midi Setup) is set to hold(also happens in cv/hold). There is a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unWm4eOz96Q . This seems to be a similar problem that I reported a few builds back, regarding stuck notes with velocity.Amos wrote:Benjamin: I am not seeing your first bug here (stuck notes when using Hold pedal for sustain). What is your setup? What model of Phatty, are you using poly mode or not, is there a computer in your setup (midi out to computer, midi back from computer to Phatty)? There are a lot of possible configurations, I may have missed the critical one.
I'm not sure what should happen. For some reason, I assumed that the depression of a momentary pedal would temporarily kill all notes in legato mode and upon release the arpeggiation would start again. Sounds useful in a live performance.Amos wrote:For your second bug (hold pedal kills arp if in arp latch mode) I do see this... in fact I wasn't sure if it was a "bug or a feature" -- what do you think should happen if you are already in arp latch mode and you press the Hold pedal? Should there be a change in behavior or should it do nothing in this context?
If anyone has any good ideas about this, please feel free to contribute.
Amos wrote:(edit: just checked this on my setup... seems to work already as described and as Assar suggested )
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