Great, thanks for help. Found the 'large type' setting also described in the manual.
And thanks for consideration of the other point.
Is there a setting to switch off the temporal zoom on the parameter values while changing them with the knobs? I find this feature rather inconvenient and would prefer the previous non-zooming version.
Similar for selecting patches. While the automated zoom out to the patch table might be useful, the loading of the 'selected' patch as soon as I stop turning the knob is far too quick. Here I would rather prefer to confirm the selected patch manually, e.g. by pressing the right arrow button.
Other opinions on these?
Thanks a lot
If nothing happens when you click "Connect", it means the editor couldn't even open the MIDI ports. This generally means the ports are already open by some other application or driver, because Windows doesn't allow a MIDI port to be used by more than one application at a time.
Thanks a lot! This may solve other connection problems between my gear and laptop!
Indeed, my DAW was running in the background. Closing the DAW and hence freeing the MIDI ports let me connect to the Anyma and finally enter the editor. Cool, what an easy solution.
What is the problem with the editor on Windows 8.1? Does the editor stay blank?
The computer seems to correctly identify the Anyma. At the start screen of the editor, I can select between 'AnymaPhi' as well as MIDI2 and MIDI3 ports (also associated with the Anyma) for in/out connection. I choose 'AnymaPhi' for both, as instructed. When I click on 'Connect', however, nothing happens.
Might be a driver issue?
Managed to do the update over the weekend. Still cannot connect the Anyma to the editor with Windows 8.1, though everything works smoothly with Windows 10.
Just started to explore the many many new features, which is great fun! I hope that Aodyo will add a bit more explanations to the manual. I'm a bit lost sometimes, e.g. in the new Chaos modulator group.
Patch randomizer is very usefull tools is possible implement aftertouch modulation to randomizing algorithm ?
And randomize button to editor :-)
Another great feature here would be the possibility to randomize an existing patch, with the degree of randomization being controlled by an additional depth parameter. I know this concept from other synths and it is awesome!
Thanks for the info. Yes, I'm testing DIN in/out.
The manual says:
"... or route MIDI from the USB device port
to an external MIDI device (MIDI out)."
So DIN out as well as USB host are not sending internal messages either? Can this be done in an other way, i.e. using Anyma Phi to control external gear?
The AnymaPhi is my first physical modeling synth and I am very excited about the vitality of the sound. I fully share the enthusiasm about this machine, congratulations!
I followed the example in the manual and easily managed to add a new mapping to the timbre of patch #1. Now I'm puzzeling about how to remove a specific mapping from a patch (other than just neutralizing its impact by setting the amount to 0).
Another question is related to the oscillator parameters. One can set the 'quality' of the sound ranging from 'lowest' to 'highest'. I haven't testet yet how this affects a patch but don't we always like to have maximum sound quality?
Looking forward to your answers, thanks for clarification!