Keep up the good work, loving my anima!
@friendly-noise I think i can answer the first question.
To use the piezo in a patch you first need to route it, so for example, fill a mod slot with an env follower triggered by audio right, now you have a modulation source which responds to the piezo, you can now use this to modulate whatever you want within a patch.
@exiannyc nope! you have to configure them with mappings if you want them to affect parameters in your patch; the only one that has a default function is the MORPH which morphs(duh) from the default state to the alternate one.
I just got my Anyma Phi and I gotta say....
Its super inspiring!
Heres a little video I made playing with it. All sounds except for the drums are coming from the Anyma.
Let me know what you guys think!
I'll probably post a quick demo tomorrow after playing with it and learning how it all works. Loving the sounds i'm getting out of it.
Also 2 quick questions now that I have your attention:
Is there a way to configure the pitch bend range? It defaults to +/- 2, would be great if we could go up to +/- 12 since I use a linnstrument to control my synths and I can do crazy pitch bends with it.
Is there a way to delete a mapping once its added? Didn't see any mention of that in the manual.
Hi, I just received my early adopter Anyma Phi and im liking what ive heard .
However im having an issue with the second parameter encoder, all other buttons/encoders work as intended but for this one I have to click it VERY hard to get any response to any click function.
You can even hear that the click sound of this specific encoder is very dull compared to the others.
Ive attached a video link so you can see the problem
Any help is appreciated.