If a repeater is placed before a delay (setup as a looper), would you expect the Result of the repeater to be looped in the delay or would you expect the input of the repeater to be looped in the delay.? Because the latter is what appears to be happening.
Good catch, the produced repeated notes should end up within the delay loop. We’ll look into this.
I just spent 2 hours in trying to find the error in my setup until I realized that this could be a firmware issue . If dry/wet is set to 100% the looper does not record anything. Observed with firmware 1.11.6
I would expect the input of the delay to be looped, not the output.
Yes, looks like the incorrect velocity values of inputted notes were being used when dry/wet parameter is set to >50%.
Both of these issues will be fixed in the next update
Both issues are fixed: [Download] Midihub Firmware 1.11.7
That’s excellent to hear, thanks
I had built a number of patches hoping to use 100% wet delays to create a series of time based generative effects on different midi channels, and this had proven impossible with the last firmware.
I shall update tomorrow.