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"t 0" on display - What does it mean?

"t 0" on display - What does it mean?
« on: April 24, 2017, 06:15:06 AM »
Hi there, I don't know if this coincides with me starting to use the OB-6 Editor or PlugSE (both by Soundtower), but i've noticed that t 0 often appears on the display of the OB-6 and the only way I can find to dismiss it is to change patch using the patch buttons. It's impossible for me to know which patch I currently have loaded while "t 0" is displayed.
Does anyone know what it means and it it can be prevented?

I have my OB-6 connected to my Mac via USB, there's no midi involved, only MIDI over USB.
As I say, I'm running both the Soundtower OB-6 Editor and OB-6 PlugSE logic plugin

Thanks

Ryan

Re: "t 0" on display - What does it mean?
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2017, 08:01:05 AM »
Hi there, I don't know if this coincides with me starting to use the OB-6 Editor or PlugSE (both by Soundtower), but i've noticed that t 0 often appears on the display of the OB-6 and the only way I can find to dismiss it is to change patch using the patch buttons. It's impossible for me to know which patch I currently have loaded while "t 0" is displayed.
Does anyone know what it means and it it can be prevented?

I have my OB-6 connected to my Mac via USB, there's no midi involved, only MIDI over USB.
As I say, I'm running both the Soundtower OB-6 Editor and OB-6 PlugSE logic plugin

Thanks

Ryan

Could it be "T O" instead maybe ? (Transfer Overflow)
Minimoog D (vintage), OB6 (Desktop), Oberheim Matrix-6 (MIDI Controller), Prophet REV2-16, DeepMind 12

Re: "t 0" on display - What does it mean?
« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2017, 01:48:06 PM »
Oh I'm not sure, I don't see anything in the manual about this at all and have never heard of transfer overflow with Midi over USB
I've only been doing very basic stuff like loading a patch on the OB-6 and maybe moving a pot on the screen of the OB-6 plugin (which sends the CC over to the OB-6), then I'll look over at the OB-6 and see this t O or t 0 on the display

Has anybody else seen this?


Hi there, I don't know if this coincides with me starting to use the OB-6 Editor or PlugSE (both by Soundtower), but i've noticed that t 0 often appears on the display of the OB-6 and the only way I can find to dismiss it is to change patch using the patch buttons. It's impossible for me to know which patch I currently have loaded while "t 0" is displayed.
Does anyone know what it means and it it can be prevented?

I have my OB-6 connected to my Mac via USB, there's no midi involved, only MIDI over USB.
As I say, I'm running both the Soundtower OB-6 Editor and OB-6 PlugSE logic plugin

Thanks

Ryan

Could it be "T O" instead maybe ? (Transfer Overflow)

Jdoo

Re: "t 0" on display - What does it mean?
« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2017, 11:48:09 AM »
Oh I'm not sure, I don't see anything in the manual about this at all and have never heard of transfer overflow with Midi over USB
I've only been doing very basic stuff like loading a patch on the OB-6 and maybe moving a pot on the screen of the OB-6 plugin (which sends the CC over to the OB-6), then I'll look over at the OB-6 and see this t O or t 0 on the display

Has anybody else seen this?
i've seen it, Ryan.. But can't recall what I did to create it.  I use the SoundTower editor also.. 

Hi there, I don't know if this coincides with me starting to use the OB-6 Editor or PlugSE (both by Soundtower), but i've noticed that t 0 often appears on the display of the OB-6 and the only way I can find to dismiss it is to change patch using the patch buttons. It's impossible for me to know which patch I currently have loaded while "t 0" is displayed.
Does anyone know what it means and it it can be prevented?

I have my OB-6 connected to my Mac via USB, there's no midi involved, only MIDI over USB.
As I say, I'm running both the Soundtower OB-6 Editor and OB-6 PlugSE logic plugin

Thanks

Ryan

Could it be "T O" instead maybe ? (Transfer Overflow)