covariance wrote:Analogue_VCO wrote:Where Can I Buy a Midi IO kit?
Cool :D Thanks
signal wrote:I want to know if the arpeggio will change behavior in any way (I love it as it is). Can I still sync it via external input and how will Arpeggio trigger Exp/Int work if I install Io?
covariance wrote:Io now has memory for 64 patches as standard!
The second batch is equipped with the bigger memory and a few boards are built and ready for ship if someone wants a try.
I started working on the Promars version which is very exciting.
The planned feature list:
- Same full MIDI capable patch editing as for JP4
- MIDI control over note, pitch bend, cutoff, volume
- Extended programming on the second VCO
- Linear FM
- Oscillator sync
- Second multimode filter
All parameters are programmable.
This is not just a MIDI retrofit but a fantastic audio tuning as you can see.
Need a few weeks for constructing a prototype.
Thanks for supporting,
micromoog wrote:Hi Laszlo,
i still have strange behaviour with the portamento. It's to short at position 10.
last half year i didn't need this function, but now i should have it again.
i had a lot to work last time, and didn't follow the project.
Do you have any idea to fix that?
signal wrote:I feel stupid here :-) I'm on OSX and want to switch of the soft thru by sending CC 127. I'm on Ableton Live but it seems that it can only send CC up to 119. Could someone recommend some other tool that can do this for me?
I reply myself here :-) I did it with my Korg Nanokey which I could map to send CC 127 and 126. I think it is 126 to turn off and 127 to turn thou on. Maybe Laszlo could confirm this?
I which this setting was stored between power on/off.
covariance wrote:dougt wrote:Can you add the ability to use the arp in Unison mode? That would be great.
I guess it works. Kind of a hidden Roland feature :)
Just press both arpeggio and unison buttons.
One of the combination is very useful, just one note repeated.
This part of the JP4 is untouched by Io.
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