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mtclearwave
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Cannot save to Card

February 07, 2018 - 12:38 pm

Hi - I have been saving many Presets over the past few days and then got the following screens. How can I be out of memory when I still have over 1.5G on the original Card?

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nickrose
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Sorry - don't know. Please

February 07, 2018 - 08:36 pm

Sorry - don't know. Please try a new smaller card.

 

mtclearwave
Joined: Aug 29 2015
Posts: 45

512MB Card ordered

February 09, 2018 - 12:38 pm

Ok - I will let you know it things improve.

mtclearwave
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I got my 512MB Card - went

February 15, 2018 - 12:51 pm

I got my 512MB Card - went over to a friend's house and he formatted it with Fat. Came back home and popped it in to the H8000 - but it refused to read it. I really hope the new H9000 has a better solution for reading Cards than the H8000! I am now storing my Custom Presets on my iPad with Sysex Base app. Works like a charm ;)

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nickrose
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Sorry you are having all this

February 16, 2018 - 10:36 am

Sorry you are having all this trouble.

It is usually best to use a new card with the factory format. The card should be as small as possible - when the unit was designed, 16M and 32M cards were typical.

The H9K uses USB memory sticks for external storage, so will not have these problems.

 

mtclearwave
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Glad to hear that the H9 will

February 16, 2018 - 12:54 pm

Glad to hear that the H9 will use USB Flash. Do you happen to know if there will be a sampler on the H9?

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mtclearwave wrote:

February 16, 2018 - 02:41 pm

mtclearwave wrote:

Glad to hear that the H9 will use USB Flash. Do you happen to know if there will be a sampler on the H9?

No plans for a sampler at present - we figured that people will use a DAW or similar.

 

mtclearwave
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Thats a real pity a think. I

February 19, 2018 - 03:28 am

Thats a real pity a think. I really enjoy using the H8000 without a computer. There should reconsider to put one in with extended sample length (5min 96mHz). Du you know if the remote version of the H9 will be iOS compatible?

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mtclearwave wrote:

February 19, 2018 - 03:40 pm

mtclearwave wrote:

Do you know if the remote version of the H9 will be iOS compatible?

It doesn't currently work on iPads.  We're concentrating on the desktop versions at the moment.  We did design it with tablets in mind though, and it was developed on a C++ framework that runs on iOS.  So, we do plan on eventually supporting tablets (not phones) but not right away.

mtclearwave
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Cool! Really glad to here

February 20, 2018 - 03:28 am

Cool! Really glad to here that iOS dev is in the works! Any plans to include a stereo sampler in the H9000?

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mtclearwave wrote:

February 20, 2018 - 06:58 am

mtclearwave wrote:

Any plans to include a stereo sampler in the H9000?

Well, we're talking about it.  It's been asked about more than we expected.  We'd have to redo it instead of porting the existing H8000 sampler.

What would you want the sampler to be able to do?  Was the sampler in the H8000 a good reference?

mtclearwave
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Yes, I would consider the

February 20, 2018 - 08:05 am

Yes, I would consider the H8000 Sampler a good starting point . . . I dont use the trigger playback or trigger rec option page. . .Every parameter CC controllable is a must I think. All of the fade in and outs and xfades are very useful. It would be awesome if you could do some editing of the sample itself. Particularly useful would be to be able to slice it and have multiple loops which could have their respective start and end points controlled via CC. Also faster loading/saving times (please!) and longer sampling times (Stereo 3-5min @ 96MHz). A basic EQ and Reverb would come in handy . . . Also being able to have it loaded in either Machine A or B and the ability to route it A>B or B>A would add more flexiblity. Having an upgraded sampler in the H9000 would be a very attractive selling point and is a dealbreaker for me. Thx for the feedback and openness . . . If you need a beta tester for it I would be very interested in devoting time and energy to such an endeavor. I am in Switzerland.

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cbm
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I think that the Orville /

February 27, 2018 - 04:14 am

I think that the Orville / H8000 sampler is useful as a starting point. I woud love to see a sampler implemented in the H9000, eventually.

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I said that the Orville/H8000

March 02, 2018 - 02:55 am

I said that the Orville/H8000 Sampler would be a good starting point, but I would love to see it taken further. Elektron has done some interesting work with samples with their Octatrack. It would be really great to allow for some sort of granularization of the sample, once in memory.