Bien entendu. Le VL70m est en fait l'une de nos machines de test (et de référence).
This is just an undocumented behavior we apply to the soundset list.
Each time you reach the top of the list you get back to the first one.
Tout dépend de ce qu'on entend par "via Anyma Phi".
A ce stade, les sons de l'Anyma Phi ne sont pas "directement" transférable dans le Sylphyo.
En revanche, il reste tout à fait possible de piloter les sons de l'Anyma Phi avec un Sylphyo en MIDI.
Interesting feedback. Thank you.
One thing to keep in mind is that the Anyma Phi being monophonic connecting MPE controllers to play it is not necessary the first use case.
The USB MIDI Host is meant to allow the connexion of MIDI Class compliant device but it seems that this "standard" is still subject to various interpretation among MIDI controller manufacturer.
What we tested on our side among MPE device though are 2 of the one you listed:
One thing to keep in mind is that the main target of this USB MIDI Host port is to allow the use of the Anyma Phi with a controller which does not feature any DIN connector, so the expected MIDI speed is currently the standard MIDI speed.
The Anyma Omega will be done using a new generation board so there will be much more ressources available to manage a higher speed MIDI (and the merge and routing of MIDI coming from the various MIDI port: USB device, USB Host, DIN MIDI In ... and the "internal" command coming from the keyboard and ribbons, the CV/Gate signal etc.).
This is part of the necessary spec for the MPE compatibility of the Omega.
Once this would be done, we could then check what could be transferred back from the Omega to the Phi.
@AndyHornBlower We cannot "solve" this known problem on our own as it looks like a Ventura bug also reported to have impact on many other devices.
Hopefully, Apple will fix this.
Meanwhile, I do not think anyone has been left with a none working device. As far as I know @Lyricon succeeded to recover using the trick you provided.
As you probably all noticed we were and still are currently quite busy on another front (Anyma).
I can confirm you that next update for the Sylphyo will be focussed on providing new sounds. I won't provide any release date before we think this would be ready.
As already stated, the Sylphyo is probably the electronic wind instrument that got the most numerous FREE firmware upgrade (21 upgrades between 2016 and 2021).
Other topics like new control features, software editor/backup tools or similar requires a complete firmware redesign which has already been started but with nothing we can release yet (even for beta testing). This one is a long term project with no timeline we can share for now. We already have a few ideas for further development, but nothing that could be achieved without getting beyond this milestone first.
A few other things somehow disturb our initial plans in the past 2 years (something to do with a strange pandemic situation, main Sylphyo component unavailable due to its use for breathing apparatus and then electronic component shortage). But we manage to get through all these and could find solutions to produce more Sylphyo units thanks to our local partners.
All this doesn't prevent any of you to keep on playing your Sylphyo. Please share the music you are making with it as @Peter-Ostry did recently and spread the word about the Sylphyo which would be the best support you could provide to us.
I am thinking about backing the Anyma Omega on Kickstarter, but I am curious about the Additive Oscillator module.
Can you tell me more about the general design of the Additive Oscillator. Specifically:
How many partials does one oscillator support?
Does it allow ADSR over each partial?
Can each partial be tuned in terms of ratio/frequency/phase?
Can a waveform (sample) be resynthesized by the oscillator?
There are not many synths that have a really robust Additive Synthesis support, and I am trying to learn more about Aodyo's approach to the their take before I commit to supporting the project.
This is definetly not the purpose of the Anyma Omega to become an additive synthesizer. The additive OSC are simple one with one partial with detune and bandwidth setting. Other like Organ Osc can mimic simple additive synthesis as do organs. The purpose of such OSc in the Anyma context is more to have various tone source to feed the resonators.
No resynthesis on board.