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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?
Discussion (English preferably) / Re: Your wishes ;)
« Last post by SugarFree on May 07, 2020, 07:02:05 PM »
this will be very helpful. Thanks Laurent.
Discussion (English preferably) / Re: Your wishes ;)
« Last post by Baloran on May 07, 2020, 02:52:27 PM »
In this file, you can show The new Riverkey options integrated ;)
(version 1.94 in few days, just before the 2.0)
Discussion (English preferably) / Re: wiki-manual?
« Last post by Baloran on May 06, 2020, 07:26:06 PM »
Discussion (English preferably) / Re: Your wishes ;)
« Last post by Baloran on May 06, 2020, 07:25:15 PM »
In the next version, you can affect/change in The River (whithout software...) CVs Gates outputs for Bend, Aftertouch, Velocity, Release velocity , WHeel,  Clock Gate etc....
A Special summary screen show all outputs ;)

Discussion (English preferably) / Re: wiki-manual?
« Last post by joerollerblade on May 06, 2020, 04:37:37 PM »
Laurent, When you say Wiki, are you referring to this general forum? If there is a wiki specific to the manual, I did not realize that and thus my apologies.
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