@cbec Hello Cbec
I try the same trip : Sylphyo + IPhone + Respiro + playalong
I don't understand what exactly is your configuration (sorry !).
What type of adapter (promate MediaBridge-i ?) and type of Y-cable do you use (Y-USB ?) ?
@zelio This has always been possible under macOS. Most people with this issue are using Windows drivers that present this limitation.
In a future update we could maybe consider having a separate USB-MIDI device port dedicated to the editor (or if not possible at least let you dedicate an existing port to editor communication, which would prevent the port from being used for MIDI routing).
In the meantime you can leave the first USB-MIDI device port to the editor, and use the MIDI DIN ports for your DAW, as @frank suggested.
a) Using external USB midi controller to play or remote control the Anyma Phi is the reason why we integrated a USB Host plug. Only thing to know is that we didn't had the chance to check every MIDI controller with the Anyma Phi but any class compliant USB MIDI controller should work.
We tested the Korg Nanostudio which is a superset of Korg Nanokey2.
b) MPE compatibility
As a monophonic synth, the Anyma Phi is not really MPE compatible but can be setup to behave as one MPE voice
c) yes adaptation of all the patch is possible to use the Piezo as a note trigger instead of external MIDI device
Hey Clint !
The Master of the Link !!
How many tries to get the good rendition ?
Ok, so, if I have well understood,
because of the mixing between A and L generating "whistles",
it's NOT possible to use LINE IN as an AUDIO INTERFACE for a PC/SoundHardware in the configuration : Sylphyo-Link-PC/SoundHardware ?
Select the patch you want to copy using the display encoder.
Press the display encoder and scroll down to Patch/Copy
Select the patch number you want to copy the patch to
Press the display encoder and scroll down to Patch/Paste
I'm the one who did the recordings and the sound programming/adaptations and...
I live in Amsterdam and would love to get in contact with other Sylphyo player for experiance exchange...
share do's and donts
Thank heavens!! The Link radio interface is far superior to Bluetooth ...
Note that the Link unit has a rather complex routing setup that opens up a lot of possibilities. I have used it in a number of cases to reduce the number of boxes I need for certain live setups. Here is a map I've done of the routings (using Aodyo documentation and my own testing). The MIDI section is on the right, the audio section is on the left, and the middle "Synth" section converts incoming MIDI (on four input channels) to Audio (using the same internal sounds as the Sylphyo, as long as you've installed the same firmware on both your Sylphyo and Link):
Well, the messages on the screen certainly suggest that's happening,
Sorry, I left it a bit unclear. Though the messages suggest the patch is being saved, it is not being saved. if you go to another patch, and come back, all you get is an initialised patch (sine wave). The only thing that has been saved is the name of the imported patch, everything else is gone.
Been playing with Reaction Time and Reaction Time Octaves and I'm getting the feeling that Reaction Time Octaves only comes in to play when I move from one thumb pad to another. My issue seems to occur mostly when I lift my thumb (and simultaneously change fingering on the front side).
In the fingering I'm using, lifting the thumb goes up an octave ... but this seems to use the Reaction Time delay and not the Reaction Time Octaves delay. Is that correct??
One solution is to introduce a very slight articulation to interrupt the airflow. I've started doing this subconsciously and this reduces artifacts (pops and beeps) substantially.
Sorry, but our desktop software does not support Linux (and even if we provide a Linux build of the latest Anyma Phi editor, we do not offer support for it).
If it doesn't appear to work with the latest version of wine, your best bet would probably be running it on a virtual machine.
Yes, like all things wireless, as most are more or less restricted by law to the same 2.4 GHz band, when things get very crowded it can quickly turn into a silent fight for bandwidth, and WiFi often wins (hopefully, nowadays WiFi is pushing towards the 5 GHz band and even other higher bands, so in time this will be less of a problem).
The best thing to do to avoid this kind of thing would be to pair the Sylphyo and Link again when beginning the sound check, making sure all the other wireless gear is on-stage too and active, so that the Sylphyo/Link will fail to pair in the more-crowded channels, and will naturally land into a less-crowded channel.