Amos I read your comment in another thread that you may have some time in the near future for LP/slim firmware work.
I thought I'd open this thread so folks can list minor tweaks and bugs that should be remedied. Try to be a realist in this thread, not looking for new features as space really does not permit much. There are lots of things I could see be done with the slim/LP firmware if time and space was not an issue.
There is some work to be done cleaning up the CC section.
1) At least one parameter that is on/off is backwards for which value range 0-63 vs 64-127 is for on and which is for off compared to the rest.
2) For arp and synced LFO intervals create a fixed integer interval for notes lengths that are powers of 2 and different integer interval for dots and a third for triplets. This way a square wave or stepped midi LFO can be assigned and make in time changes easier. Since, there are a range of values for each length the change does not have to occur exactly on the integer value, but a fixed increment that falls within each range would be very helpful. I will work up a chart to show you what I mean if I get time.
Bug I have noticed.
an ARP bug. It has been a while since I encountered it as I have been sequencing externally and not using the internal arp. It had to do with what would play when keys were held and released as new keys were pushed. It was definitely a bug and not "just the way it is implemented" type of thing.
related thread: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=16295&hilit=arp+bug
The menu structure and management for Clock controlled functions (arp and LFO) is a mess since the last few updates. Lots of great functionality was added, global arps, LFO retrig, and such. The added functionality has increased a bulk of pooh that has sucked some of the fun I had with my LP on OS 2.xx. Reading and knowing what the settings are it should really be easy. Really. But when creating it is not. Restructuring of the menus and changing how clock (internal and midi) is handled would greatly improve the slim/LP line.
Related thread: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15868&hilit=LFO+arp
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