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Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP
(03-17-2021, 03:21 PM)Karlo Wrote: I'm just another asshole with a negative opinion on the internet.

Good day fellow internet asshole. Smile

(03-17-2021, 03:21 PM)Karlo Wrote: This issue I had with the pitch quantize is it quantizes per tick. If I have a quarter note and each quarter note is comprised of 6 ticks I hear the table quantize the quarter note to 6 different pitches instead of just holding one. It's infuriating when you have whole notes, some eight notes, sixteenths, etc. in one pattern. Infuriating as in inferior... like my NerdSEQ skills in getting this to work. LOL.

This sounds like either coin-flipping and/or a table being clocked at the wrong speed, no? Though, in fairness, it could be cool if coin could (optionally?) flip again only when its source note changes. And/or when gated. Or something like that. Wink

(03-17-2021, 03:21 PM)Karlo Wrote: Also, please please please, put all the expanders info in a separate manual or an addendum at the end. It's painful scrolling through pages and pages of information for something that is an elective add-on to the NerdSEQ and not relevant to it's core functionality. Put it at the end of the manual. Please.

If we’re putting in our two bits: As an owner of all expanders, please don’t. Instead, please use whatever documentation tooling is needed to have each expander section cover all of the supported FX for that track type without just pointing the reader back to the modular track type FX section of the documentation. Yes, I know it is duplication, but this is a PDF and not a printed manual.

(03-17-2021, 03:21 PM)Karlo Wrote: The envelops - All my modular envelops are digital so I'm not sure your comparison to analog envelopes is relevant. For comparison, I have an Intellijel Quadrax and/or IME Kermit mkIII (both digital and buttery smooth) and neither of them contaminate my signal like the NerdSEQ envelopes. I think what MGD said - it might be oscillating and making a short ringmod type sound to my output signal on the VCA - but I don't know why it would oscillate. I don't have the envelope set to cycle, it is set to one shot or once. I would argue Digital envelopes are superior to analog... just not the NerdSEQ envelops. Something you may want to look into.

Could this perhaps be a 12 bit vs 16+ bit DAC thing?

(03-17-2021, 03:21 PM)Karlo Wrote: - clock dividing happens on the following pattern and is not instantaneous

I for one would appreciate this if optional.

(03-17-2021, 03:21 PM)Karlo Wrote: Ratcheting... again, I'm hopeful for the next release that this is addressed and can be set to musically division in the trigger column instead of all the button pressing trying to find the right combinations of repeats to trigger length as seen in the 1.23 firmware. As others have stated... if you later decide to change the BPM of your pattern, the repeats to trigger lengths will be "off" and you have to go back and go through the the massive amount of button presses to find the perfect combination of repeats to trigger length.

I admit that I’ve been holding off on the pre-release firmware so I’ve not messed with them yet, but are you perhaps using repeats when you should be using ratchets?

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Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP - by Karlo - 03-07-2021, 04:51 AM
RE: Still Struggling with Quantizing HALP - by mvdirty - 03-17-2021, 03:33 PM

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