So howcome Moog are still in business and Arp are out of business? .
Both Moog and Arp are legends and deserve their place.
But ARP is out of business because of serious mismanagement. Not for technical or musical reasons.
DuX wrote:This +10 at least. Just a simple on/off button would be absolutely appreciated. Many of us still use ancient MIDI controllers and the CC74 has always been associated with the filter cutoff which we all like and use quite often. Changing that behaviour is a real no-no. But to keep the Legend compatible with the more contemporary users, have the MPE option available for them. I don't think that's so complicated, eh?
Richard_Synapse wrote:Teksonik wrote:I don't use my sustain pedal when playing Legend patches but a plugin should respond to Sustain Pedal CC#64 for those people who do wish to use their pedals.
I can't believe this was an oversight by Synapse since it's such a common control but I also can't imagine any logical reason for intentionally leaving it out since Legend does include features not found in the hardware. Perhaps there is a technical reason but again I can't imagine what it could be.
It's not a technical reason, just that a Sustain Pedal is not part of the original hardware. Initially we started with just that, a "hardcore" emulation strictly limited to the hardware. During development, quite a few extras were added. And now that we expanded The Legend v1.2 with performance parameters like Aftertouch, Foot, Expression pedal etc, I agree it makes sense to include the sustain pedal as well.
EvilDragon wrote:It's not an issue/bug/fix needed when the feature doesn't exist. It's a feature request.
BONES wrote:v1o wrote:I started going to see bands in 1979 and I have never, ever seen a MiniMoog on stage