Bien entendu. Le VL70m est en fait l'une de nos machines de test (et de référence).
Easy answer is: yes we are working on new things for the Sylphyo. But don't ask us for a timeline.
We are still gathering evolution requests and check what is possible in the Sylphyo embedded software platform. As already stated, some enhancements require a full software platform rewrite which requires months of work.
Next firmware version will be available when we feel it would be ready for release (and probably provided to volunteer beta tester prior to this release).
Meanwhile, I wish any Sylphyo player to enhance his skills on the instrument and play good music (it would interesting to share links to the music you are playing with the Sylphyo).
@Clint Yes the Link only "remember" one pairing connection.
Unless you launch a pairing process from the Link side, it will just wait for communication from the associated Sylphyo.
(plural of Sylphyo is a good question. I would have used Sylphyos on my side. Similar question as how to name a Sylphyo Player - Sylphyonist ?)
Yes each Sylphyo and Link duo should be on separate channels (more than 64 possible channels).
If both Duo would be paired on the same radio channel, this would probably lead to interference and latency in the messages due to messages collision.
There is currently no way to select a specific channel (the channel is decided on the Link side and there is no user interface to select a specific channel on the Link).
The second warm standby solution wouldn't work as the pairing between a Sylphyo and a Link can only be achieved between 2 specific devices (one Sylphyo and one Link sharing a common "key")
Il n'y a normalement pas de manipulation particulière pour activer la prise DIN In si ce n'est le choix du canal MIDI (qui est normalement par défaut sur All) accessible dans les menus via un appui sur le display encoder.
Une photo de la prise DIN cassé ?
First question: if you want to control Reverso or EVI-NER from your EWI Solo, why don't you plug the EWI Solo directly to your computer (which would be the easiest way).
As you connected your EWI to the USB Host Port, this should work unless the EWI Solo does not send any CC ???
Maybe you should check the type of MIDI signal sent by the EWI Solo with a Midi Monitor Software.
One thing though: if you intend to use both Sylphyo and EWI Solo from the very same Link connection there could be a trap there.
If the Sylphyo is configured to send CC11 as breath message and the EWI solo send CC02 and both are active, it could be that the EWI Solo is sending the correct message to Reverso and EVI-NR but as the Sylphyo has sent a CC11 with 0 value, this would lead to a 0 volume setting.
In such case assigning different MIDI channel to Sylphyo and EWI could be the solution.
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
Hope this make things clear to you
This is explained on page 56 of the user manual.
Hope this helps
And you would get 30 instead of 20