Saving MuRF patterns in computer

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Saving MuRF patterns in computer

Post by MBlom » Tue Sep 09, 2014 10:30 pm

Getting a MuRF any day now and thought I'd learn how to make my own patterns while waiting. Downloaded the software and tried it. Saved a pattern, but when I tried to load it into the edito there was nothing. Read the manual for the software but couldn't find anything except info that I could save and load my own patterns on the hard drive. I don't have to have a MuRF connected to the computer to do this, no? I realise I can't upload patterns without a MuRF connected but I didn't think saving a pattern on my hard drive and then load it would be a problem. Are the any settings that I missed? I can find my saved patterns, it's jist that nothing happena when I choose "load pattern" (weird-four-loo-symbol + O) and click on a saved pattern. The editor doesn't change.
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Re: Saving MuRF patterns in computer

Post by deadhedgehog » Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:44 am

Following with interest, I also can't load saved murf programs. Mac

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Re: Saving MuRF patterns in computer

Post by Alien8 » Wed Sep 10, 2014 11:39 am

Same here. Mac OSX mountain lion

Theres actually a few bugs that have crept up in the MuRF - both in the firmware and the software editor. Might be time for Moog to plan an update.
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