How do you get out of random mode?
i have wanted midi sequencing on my rytm the entire time i’ve had it. (years!!)
thank you, Elektron!!!
Where is bug report?
I have a 2 octave difference between pads and what is recorded on the sequencer (playing same pads).
Well, I get a Checksum Error with transfer 1.1 and Rytm II 1.45B… Am I the only one?
Edit: not directed @stof Try C6
I thought we were Tuesday…
That was yesterday.
Could be difficult with OSX Catalina…
I’ve got the power, Na na naa na. I will take care of that.
Thanks for pointing it out
I just acquired a Rytm MkI and A4 MkI myself actually. Then I woke up to this today. Very cool! My A4 shows up tomorrow, and I can try this out on my Rytm tonight.
BTW: Nice work Elektron!! This kind of support really goes above and beyond.
it almost feels like Elektron went through the feature request threads and addressed the most talked about pain points: midi out, scale per track and tempo per pattern
I’m looking forward to @sezare56 finding some crazy midi-loopback exploits
He’s a very naughty boy!
Nice work with the manuals btw!
Yeah, scale per track and tempo per pattern are great for me, midi and random is icing on the cake!
Thanks! Its sometimes funny how a rather big feature is almost invisible in the machines (and in the manuals). I meen, the ability for the sequencer to send MIDI is a huge thing, but its just a tiny checkbox deep in a menu somwhere
The alternative could be a message box that pops up on power up
“How ‘bout some MIDI?
Yes- sounds good
No- Sounds Great”
Your solution works better
This isn’t dedicated sequencing it’s mimicking what is on the track. So t1 on the a4 and whatever midi device you connect will play the same thing. That’s as close as they could get and it’s a great addition