Long awaited MidiALF firmware upgrade is here. New features include:
- Conditional triggers for Note, CC1/2 and re-trigger, similar to the ones found in Elektron RYTM and Digitakt. No more static sequences, spice them up periodically, randomly or manually by pressing the SHIFT key!
- Note, velocity and CC1/2 randomization. Note value can be randomized according to a selected scale which can be different for each step of a sequence. Try mixing different scales in the same sequence, endless joy!
- Note re-triggering, 2-16 per step, velocity and pitch modulated, chromatic or restricted to a selected scale. Also can be conditionally triggered. Now you can ratchet just like TD!
- Song mode: up to eight steps, each specifies the sequence to play, how many times and at what transposition. Chain sequences creating songs!
Fully assembled MidiGALs will be build using Surface Mount Technology. MidiGAL SMT is functionally identical to original Through Hole MidiGAL and has exactly the same form factor.
CP3 Mixer module PCBs are available for purchase. This is a faithful recreation of classic CP3 Mixer in MOTM format with “signal present” and “clipping” LED indicators. See details here.
A new variant of popular MidiThru MIDI splitter is available: it’s two MidiThru’s in one case. More details here.
This update adds MIDI Channel Learn feature which is useful for applications where the on-board DIP switch is not easily accessible. To learn MIDI Channel, you can now hold down the LEARN switch and play a note on the desired MIDI Channel. This channel will be remembered until the device is reset, in which case the default MIDI Channel specified by the DIP switches will be used.
This update fixes problem with incorrect clock output generated after receiving MIDI Stop followed by MIDI Continue event.
Download Midi2CV Mk2 firmware here: Midi2CV_Mk2_v202
MidiCLK firmware update to v0.99 adds ConstClk page which allows you to specify if MIDI Clock events should be sent to MIDI OUT all the time or only between MIDI Start and MIDI Stop events.