Morphing feature

Morphing feature
« on: February 05, 2023, 04:18:41 PM »
Was there a  OS update that gave the sequential pro3 the capability to morph between patches or something to that effect? Wasnít sure if I was remembering that correctly. Iíve never updated my pro3
Iím always weary of updates changing the way a synth behaves since itís not always for the better


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Re: Morphing feature
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2023, 12:37:12 AM »
Yes, update to the latest and youíll have the morph functionality.
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Re: Morphing feature
« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2023, 03:34:39 AM »
Newest OS update for the Pro3 is pretty good [].
The Morphing feature/function isn't convenient, but you can assign it any available knob. (I always use "Value")

So yes, morphing works great.
Though I find it easier to use the Touch Slider for X and the Mod wheel for Y (turning off the Vibrato) to achieve large changes to my patch.

But!, there are two system updates!  1: Main OS, and 2: Interface/Panel.
[*Do NOT update these systems lightly!  You can brick your synth, or lose your patches!]

Check for updates from Sequential:,40.0.html

Last I've seen was, #1: the OS update (Pro3_Main_1.2.0.4),
and #2: an "interface update", Pro3Panel_v1.1.0.13.

Note: the panel updates can act very differently.  The way they react to the panel dials, especially...  - "Not switching all of the time." or "Switching values more than I turned the knob." (Sorry I can' t remember which is which.)

-- Also, when installing, make sure and wait for the update to finish!.. then wait more!  It's slow.
Then verify it(!), because the whole Sysex thing is pretty weak and unreliable. I've lost patches.
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Re: Morphing feature
« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2023, 08:54:28 AM »
Yes, update to the latest and youíll have the morph functionality.
  Iíve never updated before. I have an ipadpro. I would assume I download it to the ipadpro and then send it to the sequential pro3? Wasnít sure of how to go about doing this. Years ago I would send patches via system exclusive to synths. I just wasnít sure of what hardware I might need to download and import to the sequential pro3 . Wasnít sure if I needed to connect a cable via usb to accomplish this. I donít know if I have to have that adapter for the iPad Pro. Iím dawless and donít have a audio interface. Many years ago I had a musicquest roland compliment device  I would hook up to the printer port.. universal serial buss was just being introduced . This was way before iPads and iPhones. I was using a pentium then. This is ancient history. I had 24 tracks of adats and hard disk recording like pro tools was all the rage.  So Iím not really current with what is being used nowadays.

Re: Morphing feature
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2023, 11:58:52 AM »
I would do it from a computer.