My Tracker Mini has panning switched; +50 is full left, -50 full right. And no, it’s not a switched audio cable or anything like that; I tested it with several headphones.
Haven’t found anything about this in the manual nor online and I’d appreciate help.
Also… Is it possible to set the key for all the fill scales, like it’s done on Play, or do we have to transpose it from C to the relevant key afterwards? And if it’s not possible yet, is it going to be in a future fw?
Thanks a lot for any help!
@jmartinek welcome to the community
It’s not you, the inverted Panning is a known bug
I’m not sure if this is a new intended behaviour… but…
up until and including Tracker Firmware 1.6, when panning an instrument the result was as follow:
+50 - pans hard to the right
-50 - pans hard to the left
As of Tracker Mini Firmware 1.0 this is now inverted.
This in itself wouldn’t be an issue, but i’ve noticed this because when rendering a selection to a sample, it is inverted again as well (actually rendered correctly based on the behaviour of Firmware 1.6) …
Regarding scales, check these:
For those that are not super musically inclined, it would be useful to have a quick toggle to restrict note entry to a preset scale and key to keep things in tune easily without guesswork, and to disable it in case the user is inputting non-melodic notes or for playing out of key.
What is the problem?
On the original Polyend Tracker, you could set the pads to a specific musical key and scale, which would allow users to keep music in key easily, and they could easily nudge notes if they wanted t…
I have tried searching here, and looked through the documentation/manual, etc… and still couldn’t find the answer. So I apologize if this has been answered. The few things I have seen say “go to project settings and set root note to whatever your root note you want…” however I cannot find this setting anywhere.
I am trying to figure out how do I limit the notes in the fill to notes in a particular scale.
For instance, if I want to do a fill but only do notes in D major between two octa…
Wow, thank you so much for such a quick, thorough, and helpful reply, I appreciate it, Sandroid!
Happy to help, that’s what we are here for.