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atimbral
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04/12/2019 9:57 pm  

First, let me say that the Twister/Eloquencer combination is really fantastic! Thanks so much for your hard work offering all this control!

But, it'd be really nice to see even tighter integration between the two. For example, some parameters (main CV, Track Length, Tempo, Shuffle) show the values on the Eloquencer screen as they are modified by the Twister. Is it possible to have some others do this as well? CV, Gate, & Ratchet probabilities/ranges would be great if you could see the value changes on the Twister reflected on the screen. Also, it would be nice for these parameters to show feedback on the Twister detent LEDs, so you can have some idea of the value as you turn the encoder.

Maybe you already have these planned for your upcoming fw update?


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WinterModular
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05/12/2019 10:18 am  

Hi @atimbral,
Which of the CV, gate Ratchet parameters are you referring to ? There are two different type: the 'step focus' and the 'non-destructive'
The 'step focus' changes in the controller can be seen on the Eloquencer screen. These parameters can be found in the twister example template bank 1. Let's put an example where you have focus on track B and focus on CV variation probability. If you modify the first encoder ( CC 22 MIDI CH 2) you will be changing the focused value  (CV, RAT, GL...) in the focused track (B) , and the screen will update that value.
The 'non- destructive' addition parameters can't be seen on the screen because they don't modify the real value in the pattern they just add or subtract an amount to the existing pattern value. That's why they are called non-destructive, because they don't modify the pattern . These parameters can be found in the twister example template bank 2. If you modify the first encoder ( CC 12 MIDI CH 2) you will be adding or subtracting values to the existing CV values in the focused track, and the screen won't update the value, because you are not changing the real value.

Is this what you mean ?

 


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atimbral
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07/12/2019 7:04 am  
Posted by: @wintermodular

Is this what you mean ?

Yes, exactly. Thanks for the explanation; I wasn’t totally clear on ‘step mode’ vs. ‘non-destructive’.


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