Hi @creativeunderdogs and @aaronmcfarlin , the fix for freezing when scrolling through radio frequencies is not part of this update. If you’re interested, you can follow and contribute to the topic here and we’ll inform you as soon as it gets fixed. Thanks
Hey, is anyone having problems with the volume and filter lfo?
Update 1.7.1 lfo volume stops at 24 available steps (all the other values have disappeared as per the screenshot, I don’t remember if this was also the case in previous firmwares, but I don’t think so, it would be a rather strange choice) also lfo of the filter works, or better doesn’t work, very strangely, it doesn’t seem to follow the correct steps, and when pushed to “narrow” steps it simply stops working.
The master delay also has problems with the feedback control which seems to not be as precise as before. Is anyone experiencing these problems?
I installed the clean firmware, following all the steps (I had to do it with the Polyend Tool since it gave me an error directly from the Tracker). Thank you.
I will open a bug report as soon as possible, these days I’m very busy and I’m using the Tracker for a set I’m preparing so I can’t jump from between firmwares easily.
24 steps is by design, ok, to be clear I never noticed that before now, but, why all the others lfo have more speed option? There’s a technical reason for that?
Just curiosity, by the way, in some scenarios (e.g ambient) having slower speed on the lfo can be useful, not everyday scenario, I know, but that’s why I noticed that, it was needed in a project I was working.
After installing version 1.7.1 I noticed that some samples don’t play correctly. The playback only plays the beginning of the sample for just a fraction of a second. Curiously, the sample editor plays the full sample, but editing the sample doesn’t make any difference: the sample remains unusable. I don’t know whether this problem has been reported yet.
Thank you very much, I’ll give it a try. Not the same issue, but are there plans for a sine LFO in a future firmware? I’m using the saw LFO for a wobbly bass, but after the first run of the pattern the track starts to click and pop. Perhaps a sine would solve the issue (or a way to reset the LFO on each run).