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Some requests
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Firmware V1.12
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midi clock setup -> reset
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Firmware V1.11
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Nerdseq resets when inset...
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Glide Curve Adjustment
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  Clock Track from CV channel
Posted by: Liquidyzer - Yesterday, 04:10 PM - Forum: Feature requests - No Replies

Looking for advice, may be possible but I haven't figured it out yet!

Is it possible to clock a sequencer track using one of the CV inputs? Would be great to be able to clock tracks independently.

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  Clock Output Issue - 24PPQN setting outputs 1/16th clock
Posted by: knights who say neve - Yesterday, 06:49 AM - Forum: Beauty and less important bugs/glitches - No Replies

The 24PPQ Clock Output setting doesn't change anything - the clock output stays at 1/16.

This is true regardless of the clock source. I tried all 4.


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  start playback from current row inside pattern
Posted by: resynthesize - 01-16-2018, 10:20 PM - Forum: Feature requests - Replies (2)

It would be nice if there was a way to start playback from the current row inside the pattern editor, rather than from the first row every time.

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Lightbulb Glide Curve Adjustment
Posted by: knights who say neve - 01-15-2018, 03:39 AM - Forum: Feature requests - Replies (1)

The glide curves seem to be linear. It would be cool to have an option to adjust these to a more exponential or log response. 

Suggestion - an fx that would set this for glide, on a scale with 000 as max log, 7FF as linear, and FFF as max expo response.

This would be a cool addition to envelope segments too, when envelopes are added  Smile

(Although having wrote this, maybe it's possible to sort of fake this in a piecewise linear way, by using a table and having the glide rate speed up or slow down from the beginning to the end of the table. But the software would do a better job of making a nice curve).

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  User Manual V0.9.8
Posted by: XORadmin - 01-14-2018, 03:12 PM - Forum: Nerdseq - No Replies

User Manual V0.9.8 for firmware V1.12

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  Firmware V1.12
Posted by: XORadmin - 01-14-2018, 03:10 PM - Forum: Firmware - Replies (1)

Another minor update:

- Fixed:  Connected IO-Expander could interfere with normal button pressing when no Sega gamepad is connected in special circumstances
- Added: Kill command for patches

Updated manual here:

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  Table Cursor and Sample Preview
Posted by: note! - 01-14-2018, 03:06 AM - Forum: Feature requests - Replies (3)

First of all, incredible job on NerdSeq. It's such a pleasure to work with! And now I can stop using LSDJ to sequence through Yarns Smile

Two quick requests after playing for a few hours.
1) Is it possible to have a cursor in the table view that shows how its stepping through as the table is triggered? I know LSDJ has this and it's really helpful to see what your table is actually doing.

2) Sample preview - this would be super helpful when loading samples!

I imagine there are more MOD changes to come in the future (envelopes, LFO, etc.) so I won't ask for that just yet!! Thanks again.

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  Can't sync to Pamela's New Workout
Posted by: cfunk - 01-11-2018, 09:02 PM - Forum: General Questions - Replies (1)

I am using a pam's new workout as a master clock and I don't seem to be able to master sync the pam to the NS on slave. 

The pam is setup to be 24ppqn. I slave the NS to one of its outputs and set it to slave, but it gets out of sync very quickly.

Any comments on this ? 


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  brk 001 only at the end of pattern
Posted by: Trooper - 01-10-2018, 10:57 AM - Forum: Feature requests - Replies (2)

the new brk works only at the end of a pattern

would be realy cool, if one could do it within a pattern, so to say:
play row 1 to 5 2times,
row 6 to 10 4times
row 11 to 14 2times
and at the end the normal brk for the whole pattern

is that possible ? Rolleyes

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  Shift rows
Posted by: resynthesize - 01-10-2018, 06:58 AM - Forum: Feature requests - Replies (4)

I would like the ability to shift all rows in a pattern up or down with a keyboard shortcut. 

For example, starting with this: 

00 C-2
01 ---
02 D-2
03 ---

Pressing the shortcut to shift down once would result in this: (all rows shifted down)

00 ---
01 C-2
02 ---
03 D-2

Conversely, pressing the opposite shortcut would shift them back up, so you end up where you started.  I don't have a preference as to what happens to rows that get pushed off the stack, maybe they can wrap back around to the other side or just be purged. 

Shift+Down/Shift+Up seem like logical key combos to me, but I don't really care what they are as long as there is some fast way to do it.

This will make editing a lot faster (for me at least!)


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