I'm on v1.6.
Performance of HDmk3 should be identical to sequencing presets on PHmk3.
Here is what it's like for me:
Looks like you've been cursed of late!
Contact the Guv'n'r.
I'm on v1.6.
Yes, looks so. I did not get a response from Scott via IME support mail, probably due to end of year festivities.
I am still on 1.5 and discovered this bug months ago, what I think is happening is that the outputs (main and aux) get swapped when moving between presets, only when unison is enabled. You’ll notice the main output moves to aux sometimes if you try this out while monitoring both outputs panned hard left and right. I can only recreate the bug with unison enabled, that may be why some are not encountering the problem. I emailed Scott about it back when I noticed it in June but I just stopped using unison to avoid the problem when sequencing or moving through presets.Leverkusen wrote: ↑Wed Jan 01, 2020 1:21 pmAfter more exploration it seems to me that the whole fold and parts of the modulation section randomly shuts down and becomes totally unaccessible after more or less much activity in preset mode. Even the fold knob does not have an effect anymore. After some time without touching anything it randomly sets in again. Also before going back to normal the main pitch knob does not work anymore, but the modulator A pitch knob does directly affect the main pitch...until everything switches back to normal after a minute or so...
Is there a way to downgrade the firmware again?
It’s likely that particular email I sent in June went to spam or was missed because on every other occasion I’ve reached out for support / to report a bug Scott has been responsive and really helpful, and I didn’t bother sending a follow up message that time. I’m just confirming when I personally discovered the issueLeverkusen wrote: ↑Fri Jan 31, 2020 3:15 pmI have not tried it out yet, but that is what he wrote me in response of a email request. I did not though that it's known since June. Hopefully this does not mean that it is too complicated to fix. I like the unison too much on some patches to leave it and I tend to keep a preset when I like it instead of programming them new again and again.
i don't think it would, the cyclebox is pretty unique. both are great modules though
Piston Honda mk III > Cyclebox II
Haha wow. Yeah it’s apples and oranges. I regret selling my Cyclebox from time to time but I found the switches annoying. I could never remember the settings I wanted.
Did I mention I also have a Double Helix nearby
Ivo Ivanov wrote: ↑Wed Mar 18, 2020 2:14 pmI haven't read the entire thread so advanced apologies if this was covered;
Anyone with two or more MK3 modules notice that the OLED on the HDMKIII is slightly less sharp (or should I say more dim?) than the PHMK3 and BLMK3?
Just curious if 1) this is adjustable and 2) if it's just my unit or a universal thing...
I actually wrote IME support about this. They replied that its to keep the freq within its limits, cause there is a limit. I did not reply further that what about the 16x etc in divide mode, and also that i agree with you about we can manage this ourselves, just cut the frequencies out or something.autopoiesis wrote: ↑Wed Dec 04, 2019 11:04 amalso wondering why in operator A/B Follow mode the pitch knob's minimum is higher than in Free mode. clearly there's no problem getting the FM and phase distortion to work with high frequency spreads (e.g. 1/8, 16x, and extremes of Free mode).
maybe to prevent the operator from "ignoring" pitches that are "too low" when the pitch CV + the operator's own offset pushes the pitch value below the minimum the module will recognize?
(if so I think it would be better for us to manage that ourselves with the operator's pitch offset knob)
Hhhm OK thanks for letting me know. I guess it's not a "real" issue since the module works fine, but it's odd nonetheless. Cheers!
Digging the jazziness, daddy-o.synonymist wrote: ↑Sun Mar 29, 2020 11:15 amHere is HD3 with DA2. So flexible, dynamic, and expressive. They are playing the "stereo groove with two trumpets", of which one part is often processed by OTO Machines BIM.
(New to me, BIM is an audio delay that is fine and nummy-sounding; especially if you fondly remember the AMS DMX 15-80, Deltalab Effectron, and Lexicon PCM era of digital delays, which I do).