jumpercable wrote:Kirnu wrote:This was the same thing I mentioned I think - the confusion is that pattern lenght doesnt really shorten the lenght the way people expect and it seems you do have to manually go into each tab and set the loop points to the desired lenght.nexussynth wrote:thanks for this great plugin! i think there might be a slight stability problem, where if you get all four tracks going, occasionally one of the tracks will 'reset' itself when changing keys (transposing from the keyboard)and i have to go back and edit everything on that track again. of course i could save it and load it back in again but has anybody else had this happen? i am on winXP SP3.
one other thing, maybe a bug, more of a question: i seem to have to drag the length of each function under the tabbed functions of each track when i want the same length for each. like say an accent which will not repeat until all 32 steps are played even if all tracks are set to say 4 steps. is this normal and am i missing something?
If the function remains the same - it might be advisable that theres a ctrl click option that when you click one of the loop brackets it changes the lenght for all tabs. So you only need do it once.
Pattern length appears to have no effect on what is played... The manual is useless for explaining the purpose of the control because it only says "Defines pattern length."
and yes, some way to set all tabs to a particular length would be useful