Skimmed through the manual and couldn’t find anything about a sustain pedal functionality through a midi keyboard(hopefully this makes sense)! Obviously it is intended to be sequenced primarily but having the ability to use it as a synth module in that way would be really appealing to me!
Random mode in arpeggiator
Operator fixed frequency mode
This and Slide
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Arp p locking indeed!!!
Did I mention parameter locking for the arp?
Env follower for audio input as modulation source.
If audio in can be used as frequency modulator for carriers that would be awesome.
Since I have only sub par knowledge in dsp/electronic I might be wrong, but I highly doubt this could be doable if not planned ahead at pcb level ?
Yes at least 1 env per operator is ideal.
I guess it’s up to the sequencer to try and provide the extra modulation required.
A shame there are still a few question marks.
Good effort overall though, probably the most interesting thing at NAMM
Absolutely … Elektron
import my own waveforms.
Has microtonality been discussed yet?
Like the Preen FM2 or the Korg Monologue?
I am a fan of Aleksi Perälä’s “Colundi” excursions.
Parameter slide and song mode please ! I agree on expression pedal, that would be cool as modulation source. (Now that i have one since yesterday ^^)
It would be really nice to have the option to bypass an audio input from the chorus/delay/reverb send parameters on the Master page. Currently, the chorus/delay/reverb send parameters affect both L & R inputs equally.
Everything evolve ! Elektronauts too now we make (it’s not new I know but still…)
a feature requests thread based on a pdf file… without to have the machine between hands
The world becomes crazy… it’s too fast…
Not to mention @darenager and I tell you that with a smile but you waiting for long time for something and you create a thread to give more work to Elektron ? hahaha well i see… are you a man of contradictions ? I like contradictions in ART !
^ Strike while the iron is hot
Nice pic of the green triangle BTW
I’ve never intensely studied a manual as quickly & eagerly as I did the Digitone’s. I have the PDF open right now, while I’m at work, just so I can skim through it again & again every so often. I already know exactly how I want to use it, and have been imagining the different things I could do when designing sounds given its architecture.
AND I think it’s great I like that enthusiasm … I’m enthusiast too for the DigiTone. It’s more how I will afford the problem for now quite frankly already take AR MK2 and A4 MK2 on 24 Months so…