#89 Sequencer/chord memory, pro10 bugs

Andrew C

This could be a duplicate report of bugs, unless I'm thinking of the pro1, but no harm either way I guess.

The sequencer recorder and chord memory don't retain their settings as part of the memory settings, but default to a different pattern all-together (and this is global to all the other synths that use the sequencer and/or chord memory, i.e pro1 as well.

Pitchbending both synths in 'layered' mode causes one of the synths to ignore the pitch wheel completely, for some reason.

This is probably outside the scope of the bug report, but is it possible to load seperate memories for each synthesiser for a layered synth such as the pro10 at startup?



  • Andrew C

    Andrew C - 2011-09-19
    • labels: --> Bristol Engine
  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2011-10-18

    1. Sequencer issues: I think this happened when I added a feature to have sequences per memory rather than emulator global.
    2. Pitchbend does appear to only affect a single layer.
    3. Sequential memories are loaded at startup, 11 and 12 for example. I can review how that can be changed.

  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2011-10-22

    The next release 0.60.9 should resolve this issue, tested the Pro1 and Pro10.

    Others are for later investigation.

  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2011-10-26

    Am going to put this on pending, a couple of the issues were addressed in 0.60.9.

    a. Sequencer memories should now be correctly loaded for pro10 and pro1.
    b. Pitchbend should now work for layered synths.
    c. Separate memories for the different layers is going to be pushed

    Issue c is kind of possible - the emulator loads memories n and n+1.

    Regards, nick

  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2011-10-26
    • status: open --> pending
  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2011-11-07
    • status: pending --> closed
  • Nick Copeland

    Nick Copeland - 2011-11-07



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