Urs wrote:Echoes in the Attic wrote:cheppner wrote:Hehe, Guys, you are asking for a lot
Still, many times I thought "yeah, that's easy to do already" so at least we won't disappoint somebody .
But beware: There will be a compromise between power vs. ease of use in Diva.
Simple is good. Just don't forget about tie/slide.
No worries, tie/slide will be in the sequencer. Not sure how this affects the arpeggiator.
Hopefully it affects the arpeggiator in the same way it does in Zebra! That is, it allows slides between arpeggiated notes. How else would it affect it? Sorry I can't tell if you're being serious or somehow facetious.
Is there going to be a separate note sequencer from the arp? Sequencers are cool and all, but compared to a sequecced arp, they are so much more limiting because you are stuck with that one melody (although the sequencer in Bazille is pretty brilliant with it's morphable sequences!) A sequenced arp lets you change the notes being triggered by the chords you play on the keyboard while still giving the detailed velocity input and slides. But you know this of course, since Zebra does that. I certainly hope in Diva the slides are not left off the arp in favor of a sequencer.