Hi Moss! Thanks for your effort in this awesome extension, It is what makes bitwig the only linux viable DAW for me
My problem: most things appear to work, but I am having some problems with the display and the step sequencer.
- I click on Note and select Drum64 ("Drum" doesn't appear to me. The other options are play, chords, piano, Drum4 and Drum8).
- The step sequencer appears. If I click a pad in the drum machine and then select pads on the step sequencer, the pads are not selected. They just change to blue color, and blink, but no sound is made. If I set recording in a loop, the pads will blink in the same time I pressed them, but they will not follow the tempo of the track. Changing scenes doesn't appear to do nothing.
- Expected behavior: Clicking on a pad would highlighted it and add the select sound to be in time in the respective bar.
Notes - Play
- If I click in notes and then play, with a drum machine track, two adjacent pads in the same row of the Push skip an element on the drum kit (e.g., in the classic drums we have on the bottom row kick, snare and HH CL, pressing the bottom left pad will release a kick, pressing the adjacent pad will release HH CL, skipping the snare).
- Expected behavior: clicking on adjacent pads would generate the adjacent sounds in the drum machine.
- Some items are not aligned. or doesn't appear to make sense. when I click notes, the play, chords, piano and drum64 options are on the bottom row, while drum4 and drum8 are on the top. From what I saw in your videos this is not the correct layout, but I am a newbie so can't know for sure
This procedure happened both with DrivenByMoss versions 11.7 and 12.3.1 (last release).
I never used this push with a Ableton installation (I bought it second-handed some time ago), so I am not sure if this is caused by old firmware.
The spam filter got me, so I added part of the description of the problem as an image:
Clicking in notes
Clicking in a pad while on Drum64
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