sir stony wrote:A way to dim the LEDs would be highly appreciated, ...
In the todo list !
The next Quadigy firmware update will have user adjustable LED brightness.nolongerhuman wrote:If I could make one suggestion it would be to tone down the LED brightness.
Great video! Enjoed it as I was indeed looking for more info on the Quadigy.mdoudoroff wrote:Made a video.
Thank you for asking; that info should be added to the doc.mdoudoroff wrote:I have a question:
What is the purpose and function of the two LEDs labeled DL and H beneath the User knob? H seems to light whenever any of the four envelopes are in their sustain period, but I’m not sure why. DL is currently a mystery to me. I can find neither in the documentation.
I guess I’m less concerned about being boring.Phitar wrote:Nice video mdoudoroff! Thanks! Like that you used the same basic input/output and only one EG thoughout... Makes it easier to tell the impact of the Quadigy. Some videos change so many I/O variables that you can't tell where the featured module's features come into play.
mdoudoroff wrote:Made a video.
• I didn’t realize until after the video was done that the PUNCH parameter is considered part of ATTACK for the purposes of the FULL ATTACK mode; so, with FULL ATTACK turned on, you’ll get at minimum the full attack and punch of the envelope; good to know
• I should have clarified that the time value of the HOLD parameter is relative to gate/trigger on, not relative to the end of DECAY
• I should have clarified that the HOLD parameter can be used in conjunction with gates as well as with triggers; with gates, the HOLD parameter effectively sets the minimum duration of the envelope (not including RELEASE)
Wow!D_Robot wrote:Yeah, doesn't seem right. Fortunately it's not a show stopper, at least for me, but maybe something that can be addressed in an update.
This really is a great module, intuitive to use, loads of control over the envelopes and lots of useful feedback on what's going make it a joy to use. Big to Klavis.
Yes these are part of the next release; note however that the 4 signal out LEDs cannot be dimmed (direct connection to signal).circuitburst wrote:Has there been a new firmware release with the option to dim the LEDs and screen? My eyes are sensitive to light, so that update is really key for me.
The goal is to reduce the overall consumption. As it is, the digital section draws 200mW, if it was connected to the 12V, it would draw 480mW, the difference being wasted as heat.circuitburst wrote:Also why was the decision made to require 5V instead of pulling it from one of the 12V rails? This would be the first module in my system needing a 5V supply. Just curious. I know many years ago this was quite common, but much less so these days.
While I tend to like that sort of visualization, I suspect it’s not really practical in this situation. The screen is very small, and the range of the parameters on Quadigy is very large.circuitburst wrote:Does the screen display the full envelope with all its stages based on the gate length, as shown on page 7 of the manual? If not, I'd like to please make a feature request for that. Also it would be amazing to see the full envelope updated on the screen based on any CV modulations. I may be dreaming here, but it never hurts to ask, right?
Good point about the screen size. It is a bit smaller than the Zadar screen. Below is a comparison. Perhaps some compromises can be made to achieve some full envelope visualization?mdoudoroff wrote:While I tend to like that sort of visualization, I suspect it’s not really practical in this situation. The screen is very small, and the range of the parameters on Quadigy is very large.