Fast decay makes the exponential decay/release stages steeper while still taking the same amount of overall time... it's easiest to hear what this is like if you are using a looping envelope and switching Fast Decay on and off.HumanByDesign wrote: Fast Decay button, no documentation in manual. What does it do exactly, and is there a hidden parameter button combo? How is this different from simply adjusting the decay or release?
Activate Panel keeps "its own" set of hidden / under-the-hood settings, which persist. The reason for this is so that you can switch from Active Panel to any preset and then back, such that Active Panel sounds the same both times. So, in Active Panel mode, all the knobs are live / all panel parameters match the knob positions, and all hidden / non panel parameters stay however you set them while in Active Panel mode. These settings are saved for next time, any time you exit Active Panel. Hope that makes sense.HumanByDesign wrote:I may have missed this in an earlier version but, when in patch mode with editor, when you press Activate Panel, should all the settings revert to neutral or 0? I've noticed they don't. It would be convenient if they did as a sort of initialized patch. I'm not sure if I completely understand the idea of the activate panel vs. a compare button.
There is a list of changes in the firmware update READ ME file...HumanByDesign wrote:Firmware update:
Version 1.4.0. Great! (any release notes, or no need?)
Will there be an updated manual in the future, featuring all the new improvements? (loved the addition of the Panic feature in 1.3.9)
http://www.moogconnect.net/downloads/su ... EAD-ME.txt
...a manual addendum is, I think, in the works.