Turns out my laptop has no numpad enter (or hash key). Space bar does cut off any playing notes if the module is being played back. So before I knew about numpad enter I pressed enter then space to stop the sound. Is it an option to always have spacebar stop all sound? I might be missing some scenario where it would be useful to stop song playback but have the instrument you're testing still going...
Is there anything built-in (and if not, could you build anything in ) to conveniently test the separate waveforms that morph uses? For now, I'm setting the morphing wave to square, increasing the period and if necessary changing the phase to be able to hear it separately. I think it's important to design and tweak both waveforms separately. Again, this morphing is a really cool feature.
I just realised that I can obtain the same by turning off the channels in the top right corner. This is more flexible and easy enough, so as far as I'm concerned my suggestion is superfluous.distantminds wrote: ↑Sun Jun 27, 2021 10:38 amOk interesting! i'll add it to the backlog. Should be easy to include.607 wrote: Second, I'd like to be able to turn off the preview play that happens when editing. I think it's quite useful that you hear what notes you're entering when working on melodies, and it's very useful that when you tweak an effect you hear the result right away. However, when I was working on these rapidly repeating snare drums, I really didn't fancy hearing them any time I changed a number. I just turned down the volume now, but that meant that I had to turn it up when doing actual playback, and turn it down when dialing in more. It would be a quality of life feature to have a toggle to completely disable playback in edit mode.
Any chance you can get the delay command request in in a beta soon? Turns out I'd like to use it for the intro of my tune. The use case is the same as when I missed it before in MaxYMiser: using the same melody (in this case an octave up) on a second channel as an echo that is less than one step later. I'm using the link-to feature to delay the sound now, starting from an instrument with silence, but that means the previous note cuts out when the next one starts. I worked around it previously by alternating between two channels, but besides that using up an extra channel, it creates some strange harmonics (or whatever) because now the sounds don't just follow each other but overlap somewhat.
If you can't or won't, I'll find something else to do with it; just asking.
Is it intentional that while portamento and vibrato stay active until they are cancelled, tone slide up and tone slide down are only active while the step they're on is active? Both behaviours are fine—although I prefer the former, because it allows to combine a tone slide and a vibrato with just one effects channel, for example—but I would expect consistency between the four tone glide effects.
Thanks for the program and the responses to my questions and feedback! I'm enjoying the adventure!