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some recording issues
1. stupid me forgot that i was recording, went to recording setup and changed the recording target and ended up with a funky breakdown because it recorded a (the same) note into every track i passed by while going through the options Smile
maybe you could just stop recording when entering the recording setup.

2. tried to record notes and triggers at once and it was somehow the same issue as with gate once. pressed the same note and it added triggers but didnt add notes as long as it was the same note. adding a different note somewhere led to the triggers below which i added for the first note played the second note value now.

3. adding triggers isnt easy. short impulses often arent recognised. it works better with notes/gates

4. recording gate alone just adds some noteoff events.

5. visibly trigger and notes often only appear after the cursor was moved or a different note value was recorded.
I know. Recording is only implemented in it's basics yet and need still a lot of work until it is finished.

1: Can do least avoid recording when in the recording setup

2: Notes and gates belong together. Triggers don't belong to a note normally. It's up to the user if he wants to use the trigger combined with notes.

3: I didn't implement real trigger sampling yet, for now i add a trigger when i detect a gate.

4: If you don't use also a CV as source, then i can imagine...maybe i add the last known note then, which isn't probably the correct one. There is no such thing as gate only for now.

5: I thought it was added on the to check that
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2. notes and triggers do suddenly belong together when they are sent to my drum module Wink .. But Gate is good enough for that.

I'll be looking forward then

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