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*NO BUG* 1.19 firmware sample track tempo issue
#1
I think i may have discovered a bug with the new tempo feature.

Im using track 7  set up with a track clock of *5 have a break set up at 13 and the groove set up at O for every line ( here btw I would like to mention that it would be useful if we could also have slower versions of 3s, 5s, 7s as they seem to be almost ridiculously too fast in any tempo over 60bpms   but this is for feature request! not bug report)

So what happens is that it starts automatically breaking at 0F instead of at 13 forcing a sort of 16 sixteenth note loop, and the strager part is that if i exit the pattern page and come back brk changes its parameters from 00 00   to  00 09  Sad   this does not happen on the regular cv tracks only with the sample tracks as far as i know, understand.

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#2
OK, kind of hard to follow. But i think i see your problem. And i don't even think it is related to the new clock settings.
You use Track 7 which is a sample track. A sample track are 2 tracks in one, both with their own 'groove' timing. If one of the two ends, then both end and the next pattern is taking over.
I assume you filled in grooves of O in the first one but the 2nd ones are all still 6. The 2nd runs of course faster as it only needs 6 clocks and most probably cause the pattern to end at 0f.
So i expect the issue there and so not really an issue.

I got to check for the 0009 though.

And what do you mean with the slower versions 3s 5s 7s?
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(04-21-2019, 09:21 PM)XORadmin Wrote: OK, kind of hard to follow. But i think i see your problem. And i don't even think it is related to the new clock settings.
You use Track 7 which is a sample track. A sample track are 2 tracks in one, both with their own 'groove' timing. If one of the two ends, then both end and the next pattern is taking over.
I assume you filled in grooves of O in the first one but the 2nd ones are all still 6. The 2nd runs of course faster as it only needs 6 clocks and most probably cause the pattern to end at 0f.
So i expect the issue there and so not really an issue.

I got to check for the 0009 though.

And what do you mean with the slower versions 3s 5s 7s?

ahh you were right. that did fix it. i forgot that the second lane goes on its own groove sequence


and i was thinking about slower versions of *5 and *7s really because they zip through the pattern sequence so fast. The idea really is so that you dont have to set the groove setting so far down. 

if "*5" and every groove was "O" ..but it was "6" instead so there was some play in the the tempo.. i dont know...
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