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perptia
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Hi there,

When I am in [random] mode I frequently want to jump to another function in the module like CV editing or GATE editing.

Is there a way to do this more directly?  Currently I find that I have to go to an alternate mode like [tempo] or whatever and then press CV/Gate to edit.

 

Something like holding [revert] + [data] button would be cool, no?  It could simply kick you out into the most recently edited mode...

Or is there some way to do this that I'm missing?

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Another_user
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Hello, 

as I know the only way to exit the [Random] mode isto rotate the rotary encoder to reach the bottom of the list seen in the display called [Exit] and pressing the encoder.

 


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WinterModular
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Hi @perptia,

The thing is that the edition step buttons are being use to activate or de-activate the step parameters in random, so if you want to jump to another mode, you just need to jump to that mode ( FUNC + x ), if you want to jump to the step edition modes (CV,GATE, GATE LEN or RAT), as @another_user mentions, you can move the encoder and select 'back'

 

 


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perptia
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@Another_user @WinterModular - thank you for the clarification.  I was not aware of the back function.  I find it more immediate/intuitive to holding something and waiting.  I appreciate that [hold] functions are used throughout the interface of the module (and that we're not talking about a long time to wait), but this sometimes feels like a limitation.  I acknowledge that the hold/wait model is used across all manner of modules in euro and that you are certainly not alone in this design decision.

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Another_user
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@perptia, @WinterModular
and I am happy to have learned something because as up to yesterday I wasn't aware of the procedure mentioned using the [FUNC] button.
So thank you to both of you 🙂


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perptia
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@wintermodular - can you tell me if there is a way to make the eloquencer default to randomizing layers for the currently (previously) selected track?  The default as far as I can tell is to randomize the entire pattern, which is not preferable.


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