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It would be nice if the current name of the slot you intend to write into was shown, I agree.

One thing you can do once you've selected a slot to write into: press the Compare button to listen to the sound in that slot.

Hum...

According to the Manual...

"To save a program to a different location:
1. Press the save/load button. Its LED begins blinking.
2. Turn the bank or program knobs (or Soft Knob 1 and Soft Knob 2) to
select a new location. You can only save to banks U1-U4.
3. Enter a name for the program using the appropriate Soft Knobs and
Soft Keys. (See the illustration that follows for their functions.)
4. Press the save/load button again. Its LED stops blinking and the
program is saved."...

and

"To evaluate a program before you overwrite it:
1. Get ready to save by pressing the save/load button. It starts flashing.
2. Press the compare button. Its LED lights up.
3. Use the bank and program knobs to navigate to the sound you want to
compare and play the keyboard to hear the sound.
4. To disable the compare function and go back to the edited sound, press
the compare button again to turn it off. (Programs can’t be written
while in compare mode.)
5. If you want to save the edited sound, the save/load button is still
flashing and ready to save, so navigate to a location with the bank and
program knobs and press save/load. The sound is saved.
6. Alternatively, if you want to cancel saving and continue editing, press
the global button. Saving is canceled."

Got to try this...
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Pro 3 / Re: Pro 3 Sound Design Adventures
« Last post by creativespiral on May 24, 2020, 02:44:16 PM »
I should be getting a Collider soon and am really looking forward to it.

Collider is awesome!    I'm using the onboard delay/reverb effects a lot in the Pro3, as they sound really good (and can be modulated)... but for paraphonic patches, strings and pads, the Collider is a great addition.   My favorites are the Shimmer and Dome reverbs.   
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It would be nice if the current name of the slot you intend to write into was shown, I agree.

One thing you can do once you've selected a slot to write into: press the Compare button to listen to the sound in that slot.
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Prophet 12 / Re: Custom Waves
« Last post by mrj1nx on May 24, 2020, 12:12:45 PM »
So I traded my P12 for a P6 a month or so back, and have had some time to reflect on if I want it back and so forth. And yes I def would want to have both :) It's for sure one amazing sound design powerhouse. But thinking back to it now, I think one of the main things that holds it back, and I think this is worth being said again here: The digital waveforms are very few and not the most inspiring, a batch of new waveforms would really add a whole lot. The fact that it lacks storage to add more updates is very regrettable. By far the best solution would be to provide a custom upload functionality via an editor. This is definitely something I think Sequential should seriously consider doing for the Po 3 :)
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Sequential Prophet X / Re: Just encountered my second showstopper bug.
« Last post by manateemilitia on May 24, 2020, 12:10:11 PM »
Well, the horrible noise when pressing "revert" has come back. Hopefully I don't have to send it in again to get fixed but it really seems like I got a lemon of a unit.
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Just piping in to add that I too have been trying to keep in mind where I can safely save a new or modified patch and have several times accidentally overwritten something. I've taken to saving every new patch in the last slot of U1, finding a safe spot for it to be and then loading it in with the layer edit page. A little bit of a pain.
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Pro 3 / Re: Arpeggiator not working. Please fix in update.
« Last post by guyaguy on May 24, 2020, 11:18:34 AM »
Not sure what you mean by “substantial gap between the notes you play.”  If you mean time between hitting a note and it playing you might want to change the Arp Beat Sync to Off.
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Pro 3 / Arpeggiator not working. Please fix in update.
« Last post by edmacfarlane on May 24, 2020, 10:39:24 AM »
Im on the newest OS.

The arp only triggers correctly if you leave a substantial gap between the notes you play.

I have Midi switched off. Im just playing this entirely from the synth.

Anyone else experiencing this?
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Pro 3 / Re: Pro 3 Sound Design Adventures
« Last post by Quatschmacher on May 24, 2020, 06:49:18 AM »
Blade Runner Style Paraphonic Pad
Not really the wheelhouse for the Pro3, but its paraphonic mode can pull off some pretty nice sounds with up to three notes.  Some outboard dome reverb provided by Source Audio Collider

https://youtu.be/8T4hcaJVifo


Paraphonic Electric Piano Tone with Live Modulation
EP style patch programmed for paraphonic playing, but with a mono sequence... you can create some interesting poly-rhythms by adjusting paraphonic osc octaves while playing a mono seq.   Drums provided by a TR8S

https://youtu.be/VIiBzHbJeKM


String Machine Sequenced Patch
This is a vintage string machine type of patch, programmed with several sequences in ABCD.

https://youtu.be/1D4N19gPjs8


Modulated Noisy Pluck
This is a noisy pluck patch with lots of modulation programmed in, plus four sequence variants.

https://youtu.be/0ra-q6XTyu4

I should be getting a Collider soon and am really looking forward to it.
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: My Gate Sequencer Editor
« Last post by kris on May 24, 2020, 03:19:27 AM »
Hey mauro, it's about time u turned up.... "This is the way".... I'm so glad sumone else has picked up ctlr.... Iv been trying to promote the idea of a panel for rev2 and would be happy to do what I can to get this together... I know there is already a "prophet 08" template ready to convert let me know if u are interested in getting it together

Thanks

Djinn
While I find the CTRLR panels mostly to be beautiful in a graphical sense, the Lua code inside mostly is just plain horrible. When I had my Rev2 fresh and new in 2017, the first thing I tried to to was to upgrade that Prophet 08 panel, but even being a programmer by profession I must say I got stuck early on. The code written is insanely complex for the little complexity it should have, and the author obviously didn't know what a loop is creating hundreds and hundreds of lines of code without reason.

That experience, plus the very hard debugging means with the mixed C++/Lua code in CTRLR, made me turn away and in the end create my own software, which is a Librarian and for me also an editor - but the editor part hasn't made its way into the OpenSource part - yet.

I remember somebody here posted a web-based gated sequencer editor that you could just pull up in chrome? I thought that was a nice idea, but can't find the link right now.

I also turned my BCR2000 into a gated sequencer editor, which makes it near perfect with 32 knobs:

https://github.com/christofmuc/bcr2000_for_dsi_prophet_rev2
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