I´m thinking about synth voices to make this machine what it is named.
"Digital Drumcomputer", it´s still a sampler with massive sequencer stuff, or sample based rythm composer ...
Everything starts with a simple tone generator, amp and adsr already exists, put some noise to it, combine everything with the sequencer and there we are ...
Or would this be something we will see in a machine like digivoice?
what happened to the "double mono" input? sure, those signals get summed i hope ... but what about saving space and costs with a single stereo jack? i´m sure there is no intension to be stereo at some time, this would cause double DSP processing comparing to no master compressor i´m sure you ran out memory
this is the point where i´m starting to ask myself what really happens here ... recording at 24/48 stereo and playback at 44,1/16 mono with phase accurate summing of both signals? seems like a lot of processing ... and there´s an auto normalization function in between, possible to get some adjustments to this? if it can analyze the master peak level of the recording, why not analyzing transients aswell and slicing them?
i´m also a fan of a master compressor, audio input master effect routing, song mode, more filter types (especially resonant BP), more effect types (delays, reverbs, chorus, flanger ...) and modular ready gate outputs for each midi track .... (beatstep style),
one thing i´m still waiting from all of you hardware guys is giving the possibility to shift the clock inside that MIDI latency universe!
2-4ms latency is a big gap for my transient sensitive ears and that´s why i still need a proper DAW to adjust!
clock shifting on each MIDI channel or either on all would give more flexibility inside a MIDI gear for real sync junkies!
that MIDI thang sucks and the USB Clocking stuff sucks even more.
i guess if you swap the jacks there will be enough space for something like a "ableton link" ready WIFI module ....
i can help you with this, or you can steel this idea from me
old school MIDI jacks look nice, but they´re more expensive and suck space! in case of those jacks i´m heading to multiple adaptered MIDI outs in MK2 and gate/cv outputs!
what about some mobile powering solutions made by elektron? DT is small enough to have a session while travelling!
or make it mobile power ready in MK2
all of the buttons are still very noisy and makes super silent "don´t disturb your girlfriend while she´s sleeping" nights very painful
a really experimental but mighty feature would be track cueing to have an additional output ....
maybe it doesn´t sound like this, but i´m a real and experienced elektron fan since a couple of years. DT forced me to join this forum and i´m just thinking about what could make a mighty machine more powerful.
cheers out there