glitched wrote:By the way, any new developments on SokkOS or other firmwares?
Yeah... I'm currently thinking of what to add next...
I could put back the random note thingie, it would eat approximately 70 bytes of the 150 I have available. Any other suggestions? The wish-list in the first post is either boring or impossible without a major refactoring.
Something I've been thinking about...
One thing that caught me off-guard when testing out my x0x for the first time is how the C and C' keys worked. In the standard x0x firmware, these are the 5 octaves of C:
I think that a more intuitive arrangement would look like this:
But of course that would mean the C' key would be completely useless except for that one extreme high note. I noticed when programming the 303 in ReBirth that it doesn't enforce an particular scheme for the C keys. For example, C transposed up is the same as C', but it will remember that you transposed C up instead of forcing it to be a C' like x0xb0x does. (I'm assuming that ReBirth is copying the real 303 in this regard since I don't have access to a real 303 to try it out.)
I guess what I'm asking is whether or not changing the x0x's behavior would be beneficial:
1) Make programming the C notes more intuitive
2) make the sequencer act more like a 303, or
3) leave everything how it is?