Sylphyo won't save base settings
My Sylphyo is having a problem.
I want to save the base settings when I change them.
I notice the base key is set to Db3.
I want to change it to C3. I'll hold the "AYO" button, to go to quick settings.
I'll touch the top octave to open the "Base key" screen and touch the "-" settings key to change the base key.
I'll release the "AYO" button and see the message "SAVED!" at the bottom of the screen.
But when I turn the Sylphyo off and back on, the base key has not been changed. It is back to Db3.
How can I fix this problem?
@wwoodard8 I've had similar issues a total of twice in two full years of playing my Sylphyo. Both have been fixed by a full reset on the instrument.
Make sure you write down all your settings (there are a lot of them, when you include all the sub-menus, but it is a worthwhile exercise, and you will need them to set up your Sylphyo after the full reset (they will all return to factory defaults).
I do take this list with me to gigs, in case a reset is needed (it's never happened).
I hope this helps!
@Clint Well, the reset worked. Back to normal now. Whew... Thanks for the advice!
@wwoodard8 First time was nerve-wracking for me. Second time was a minor speed bump ... was back up in 4 minutes ...
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@Clint Exactly why we need the function to save the settings to an external device, and to restore to Sylphyo...
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It really lacks a small utility on PC and Mac to configure and record all the parameters of the Syphyo.
I am ready to put a silver piece in a kickstarter to do it ... but I saw that the attention of Aodyo is rather Anyma than Sylphyo!
Dommage qu'il n'y ai pas de réaction ni de Aodyo ni des utilisateurs.
Après c'est pas ce qui nous empêche de jouer, mais ce serait sympa.
@reidid789 A tool for configuration of the Sylphyo would be great, and it has been suggested and discussed before. (I can't immediately locate the discussion).
I think the issue is that sending any data upstream to the Sylphyo would be a big development project in the firmware ...
It is true, Clint, that when we suggest something in development, I do not measure the amount of work that this represents for for example Aodyo.
By cons I measure very well the work that the creation of Anyma Phy or Omega represents. And I deduce that Aodyo now privileges the creation of Synthe rather than the development of Sylphyo.
I reopen the debate but what interests me is that the Sylphyo becomes better rather than buying another synth ...