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If you are having problems, updating via USB and you own a beastep pro or keystep, then use the USB-cable from that devices.

I am sure, this will fix the problem. I came up with this solution, after testing a lot of cables.

Just in time, because i was only a moment away from running amok …


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WinterModular
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Posted by: @ddoyen

I noticed a possible bug.

I am clocking the eloquencer with the keystep pro with a cv clock. I have the Reset In set to Rst Trigg. If I stop the keystep and start it again, the eloquencer restarts in time as it should. However, if I am multiplying the incoming clock from the keystep and stop the sequence, the eloquencer advances two steps into the sequence after I stop. I have to hit stop twice on the keystep in order for the eloquencer to restart in time.

Hi @ddoyen !

I think I have solved the issue related with the multiplied external clock, will be avaolable in the next FW release.

Thanks for the feedback !! 🙂

 


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laneo
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@wintermodular are you going to post the new one in this thread or should I´ll be watching the "firmware update" forum?

Thanks!


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WinterModular
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@laneo

It should be posted already, but I'm adding some new things. 🙂


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systemcall
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I am happy to see this feature in the beta:

Possibility to change notes using a MIDI keyboard. Being in CV step edition mode and pressing a keyboard key while holding the desired step

Question:

When I hit the note on the MIDI keyboard, can I also listen to the note I'm entering via the Eloquencer's current channel's CV and Gate outputs?

 

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WinterModular
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Hi @systemcall !

It depends on the configuration you have in 'pre-listen'  (In OPTIONS)


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systemcall
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Ok, after turning pre-listen on, it does play when I press the step buttons, but because I have to press the step and *then* press the MIDI keyboard note, what I hear is the *old* note and not the new note.  Maybe it needs to be the other way around where you press and hold the MIDI keyboard note, and then press the step button?  Thanks!


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systemcall
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Posted by: @systemcall

Ok, after turning pre-listen on, it does play when I press the step buttons, but because I have to press the step and *then* press the MIDI keyboard note, what I hear is the *old* note and not the new note.  Maybe it needs to be the other way around where you press and hold the MIDI keyboard note, and then press the step button?  Thanks!

Or better yet would be you press and hold a step button, it plays (pre-listen), and while still holding it down, each time you press a note on the MIDI keyboard it changes the pitch CV of the step *and* retriggers the CV and Gate output so you can hear the new note. 


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John Wise
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Any news so I can stop checking in here every day?


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WinterModular
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Hi @john,

I'm afraid it is not yet ready, I'm not good at software delivery estimations. -_-'

Most of the things are ready, but there is just one thing I need to finish.


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John Wise
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Well, that's a lot better than 12 things needing to be finished. And the truth is I only check about once a week. Firmware and bugs are definitely the hardest part of building stuff. Thanks for the seriously quick update 🙂 


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Kattefjaes
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Posted by: @wintermodular

I'm afraid it is not yet ready, I'm not good at software delivery estimations. -_-'

You and most developers on the planet- it's hard. Don't feel bad- it's better this way than over-promising 😉 


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sunfalls
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Hi!

enjoying the beta so far. quick inquiry I'm having issues using CV to control pattern change from this section in the draft:

Add new CV in features 
–  next/previous pattern (trigger) 
–  next/previous part (trigger) 
–  pattern change (CV) 
FUNC + OPTIONS > CV in assign
Cant really seem to get it to repeat a consistent change via CV or Trigger. And the Mod Config page is a bit confusing on what to choose as far as Pattern vs Part, and are there other global settings that need to be configured for it all to work seamlessly. 
 
Can you give a quick step by step on how to configure the settings in the mod page & speak on what CV range/type will have the desired effect?
Maybe a demo tutorial video on the this?
 
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WinterModular
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Hi @sunfalls !

If you want to jump between patterns in a Previous/Next style you just need to send a trigger in the desired CV input. For example you configure CV input 1 as 'PREV PATT' and CV input 2 as 'NEXT PATT' (Remember to check that the 0/10 -5/5 configuration is the same in the physical rear switch and in the SW configuration). Then if you send a trigger in CV in 2 you will jump to the next pattern, if you send a trigger in CV in 1 you will go to the previous pattern.

The other way to change the pattern using the CV inputs is choosing 'PATT CHANGE' in one of the CV inputs. and then sending a voltage to that input. You can use the scaler paramater as an attenuator. Let's say you choose 'PATT CHANGE' in CV input 1, this input is configured in both, physical and sofware switch, at 0/10, if the scaler is set to 64 and you send 0 Volts you will be in A1, if you send 10V you will be somewhere around D16. If the scaler is set to 32 and you send 0 Volts you will be in A1, if you send 10V you will be somewhere around B16.  Scaler to 16: pattern change from A1 to A16.

Please let me know if that worked for you


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thefuturequeen
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hey Eloi, using this firmware, so when i have a track on different steps 1-16 and then i change to say 1-8 with 8 being last step.. I clear the track.. the track clears on the led screen but the buttons from 9-16 on steps still on.

 

Also do you know if there a way to use midi to change the track, ie say on on track A then use CC to change to track B or any other track based on CC?

 

Thank You


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