TLDR: is the new temporary pattern save logic “better”? For who?
I’m trying to figure out why Elektron changed this in OS 1.03?
Was it based on user feeeback? For the first time in a long time I felt we were given a solid, easy to understand save method that was also super quick and easy to access. It seems like Elektron have taken a step back from their oft repeated aim of making the Digitakt more accessible and beginner friendly.
Now we’re back to having to remember to menu dive and “save pattern to project”.
Temp pattern saves from the quick save now give you a non destructive “snapshot” meaning that getting back to original pattern from quick reload is not possible - this seems like a trade off but I’m not sure who it’s meant to benefit.
Also quick “save project” now seems misleading/redundant because you need to have saved pattern via menu for this to really have saved your project in entirety…
Feels convoluted and not seeing massive benefits - the destructive quick save was perhaps deemed too dangerous?
Thoughts opinions please …