Bathrobe wrote:In the latest Geist2 video from fxpansion you can see someone using the mouse to change the end marker to make polyrhythms.
It would be nice if we could control the end-marker by midi.
It would be also awesome if the end-marker could be modulated by the transmod system
claesbjo wrote:So, since there is no cropping available in the slicer I suggest a function where you can specify a sample´s downbeat (beat 1).
It´s really cumbersome to dived slice a sample thats not perfectly cropped as it is now.
nexus2nexus wrote:Audio outputs emulate the output of an MPC 60 or 3000.
konfront wrote:Not sure how the numbering of FRs go so here are mine.
FR 1: Ability to accès different engines via controller, i.e. after playing my drum part on engine one, i try to lay a bass line via same controller and can't because it's stuck on engine one.
might've been requested before (hard to imagine that is hasn't)
FR 2: better/ less rigid interplay between DAW and G2. this has been mentioned be eiphen.
FR 3: is there a way to sample to pad from external source in stand alone mode? - without spitter?
1/ i would love to have a collection of parameter values that can be instantly recalled via midi trigger (momentary bypassing the current graph values).
I saw on a hardware products (Elektron Octatrack not to mention it...) that this snapshots of parameters (they call it scenes) can be controlled by a crossfader that smoothly interpolate values between two predefined snapshots, this is absolutely awesome!
giving the user a powerful live "mangling" control over effects for example, and living a crazy experimentation world between two snapshots...
see youtube video about oktatrack's scene mode : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJsjFSd2Nmw
Could this be achievable in Geist?
2/to be able to copy/cut/paste effects,patterns... using keyboard shortcuts.
3/ can't find the focus graph knob anymore which appeared to be very usefull, was it suppressed? FR!
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