Yes, good samples. Just be aware that the unprocessed ones do need processing. I think that’s great but before overbridge is implemented I don’t think it’s practical with regards to digitakt. The layered samples (same pack) might be a different story. Haven’t tried them
yeah the price diff + the money lost selling an MK1 means you could buy a Digitakt and keep the Mk1 and still be under budget compared to the new shiny toy
Pressing play while holding stop restarts the pattern, this gets a lot of use
> Pressing play while holding stop restarts the pattern, this gets a lot of use
Awesome, I guess I need to re-RTFM !
I had an LXR and sold it to fund buying the AR. The thing is an unfinished one-man project and last time I checked the developer wasn’t working on it anymore. It has no built-in memory, and in the vanilla firmware you had to load your work from an SD card manually every time you switched it on. It also had some issues with MIDI clock/ receiving MIDI notes. There were issues with clicking noises from buggy envelopes. There is a lot of clutter and potential for confusion in the UI and a lot of abbreviated parameter names to scroll through…The mute/track select buttons were unreliable too… maybe it was that I had a bad build - the buttons are of the stiff, clicky type with very very short travel and were not much fun. The user guide is a wiki… etc etc.
It can make some nice sounds and I guess for the price it’s OK if you can put up with the mess.
Curious what you think is the advantage to sequencing the A4 from the Digitakt vs on the A4 itself?