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Discussion (English preferably) / Where did the "Dump Current" command go?
« Last post by joerollerblade on June 05, 2020, 06:15:48 AM »
I just loaded v1.94 and noticed my favorite command, "Dump Current", is missing.  At least I don't find it under the System menu as before. Did it move? Hope it's not completely gone!
Pas TRS , les entrées sont asymétriques ;)

Discussion (English preferably) / Re: Thanks!
« Last post by VEdesign on May 11, 2020, 01:41:32 AM »
Unmissable topic here!

I fully agree with Reno: it's very impressive and you can be so proud of your creation Laurent...
The Moog One, even in its 16-voice version, doesn't make me dream as much as The River. Reno said the word - soul - and that's exactly that. Each of the 8 voices of The River has a real life, a life we don't hear on a lot of synths, even on very expensive synths... Amazing piece of gear, so inspirational and more human and emotional than other machines.

Can't wait to discover your future products Laurent and thank you once again.

France should celebrate you and be proud to have someone as talented (and humble) as you.
Hello Laurent,

Mini-coquille au passage page 47 du manuel : "1 paire d'entrées audio stéréo jack 6,35 stéréo TR routée vers la section effets" (stéréo répété et TR au lieu de TS, bien correct 2 pages avant)
Repérée parce que je dois acheter des câbles pour "utiliser le Triko du River" ! :D
Thank you, Laurent! You are so reliable at responding! I really appreciate that. Well, I just found the answer myself by actually reading the manual..  Can you believe that?  ???. I promise there will no more dumb questions from me until I read the manual from cover to cover.   :)  Thanks again! You're awesome!
Yes, you must select "All" or "midi" with the mode button.
Mode "select" if for listening just selected channel ;)
With 2 layer, tou can use two arpege/sequence together, it's fine ! 

Another solution with just one layer. Use RDIR page for redir Channel 2 to 1. In this case any eventh for Channel 1 is received by Channel 2.   
Logiciels/MAJ/Softwares/Updates / Re: Derniere version 1.94 / Last version 1.94
« Last post by Baloran on May 10, 2020, 12:14:56 AM »
Version 1.94 remplace 1.92, la dernière, enfin je crois, avant la 2.0.

J'attends avec impatience vos retours ;)
I’m not able to get both programs on a 2-layer multi to play simultaneously. Please help me understand what settings I might have wrong. This has worked just fine for me in the past.

I’ve attempted to create a two-layer multitimbral patch in the following manor:
1) I loaded factory sound “ObSweep”, deactivated the last 4 voices and tweaked the sound to my taste.
2) I selected channel 2 button and activated the last 4 voices and created a second programed.
3) I activated the second layer by setting “Active” to Yes.
4) I made the sure both layers were set to full keyboard range.
5) I made sure “Source” was set to “All” (also tried “Riv” setting but made no difference) .

Now, with both layers visible and active, if I select the channel 1 button, layer 1 is highlighted, but only its program plays. Then if I select channel 2, layer 2 is highlighted, and only its program plays. Should they not both be heard together? Thanks in advance.
Discussion (English preferably) / Re: wiki-manual?
« Last post by joerollerblade on May 07, 2020, 07:46:13 PM »
Yes, that's very close. But, what do you think about actually putting the owner's manual (exactly the way it is written now) on the wiki page as a starting point for users to add to add comments? You would instruct us NOT TO MODIFY your original text, but only to add to it. I think there is a benefit to structuring the conversation around the user's manual. The main benefit is the input is not just random topics in a chronological list, but structured in the way one would typically follow a manual. I think the owner's manual is natural place to add comments based on typical users' work flow-  as follows: 1) we're play and experiment on the River; 2) we have a question or curiosity about a function; 3) we read the owner's manual, but maybe it's not clear; 4) we try to follow the instructions, but need to experiment to gain clarity; 5) finally we figure it out; 6) now is when we add what we learned to the manual.  Does this make sense?
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