FIXED: Bug where routing was not loaded all the time from preset
FIXED: Bug on the routing page on power up
ADDED: Mod B Only Destination for Rhythm Delay Time (with range set by CLK DIV - repeats every 4 levels of CLK DIV) (Mod A can still be set to Delay Clock Div)
ADDED: Reduce MOD LEVEL amplitude by a factor of 8 when the encoder is pressed while the mod pages are displayed. This is to give more subtle modulations.
CHANGE: The preset load/save so now the last preset to be saved or loaded is loaded on power up
RESTORED: Preset Loading behaviour.
FIXED: Preset Loading Screen flashes to boot screen and hangs
FIXED: (142) Randomizer on Stack Values
FIXED: (143) Randomizer on a Few other Values — good catch @depaffect!
Loving the new mod options, and the fact that the last preset loads on start. I’ve been dying for that.
The behavior for loading a preset and pressing the encoder has changed though. Now, after selecting a preset and pressing the encoder, the screen jumps to the routing/config page. If I want to scroll to another preset, I have to click the load button again.
Is this an intentional change or a bug? I definitely prefer being able to audition presets quickly without having to select one, click back to load, select another and so on…
Oooooh, I haven’t gotten around to the update yet - but the last bit there about the encoder change will definitely deter me. I frequently use it to manually scan through presets, having a few extra steps added would negatively affect the ‘playability’ that I like so much.
I just managed to install the new firmware (I am a Mac user without enough free HD space…), and it looks great! New Mod options are spot on!
But I wanted to leave here a tiny request, and apologies in advance if this was discussed anywhere before:
Would it be possible to have the preset menu mode working like a Ouroboros (Braids Parasites manual calls it like that) – so that instead of being a linear list starting with 1 and ending with 128, the menu items are in a loop, this way if you are at the last preset (number 128), one more forward increment on the encoder will loop you back to the beginning (number 1).
This should make it quicker to navigate through the rather large number of menu items, and optimize the functional life of the encoder.