Good job! I did the same but converted the program changes to notes for easier handling.
This issue is probably one of the biggest complaints about the Rytm (from experienced users) …
I use Live and connect to Rytm over USB, it clocks perfectly ( with a-20ms offset). If you set Live’s clock output type to Song, the Rytm will follow live’s playhead when in Song mode. Bitwig should have the same setting?
However, Rytm will NOT send the program changes ove the USB port!
It would be really good if Elektron would chime in and explain to us why this cannot be solved? Some communication is needed here , I don’t understand why such a loyal fan following gets ignored like this. If we don’t understand we will continue complaining and eventually move on to another brand if the gear does not work as we expect it to…
I bought the Rytm for the live performance/ live jamming potential, but it has been one show-stopper after another.
quote=“Olle@Elektron”]This has been up for discussion before and the developers are working on
it. It’s a bit tricky since nothing is instant in MIDI and they need to
find out a way to keep the machines in sync while doing a direct jump.
This issue is moot. When in direct jump mode you can use the Rytm’s 16 trig keys to jump around patterns and the machine does not lose sync even though human timing is never 100% accurate. It works fine so long as you’re close to the beat and MIDI transmission will be more accurate in a good MIDI setup.
Just please please add Map mode and we’ll deal with the rest!! The A 4 has it , the MD has it…