A selection of small gripes - round robin, set lists, backups, trigger inputs

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Been using the Strike Multipad live for a few months and it’s been great, but V1.2 still has a few problems:
1. When setting up a round robin with linked pads (eg for a sequence of notes) it’s not possible to tell which will be played first. It doesn’t even reset to WaveA on the first pad when changing kits, so you really can’t tell what you’re going to get.
2. It would be useful to be able to backup groups of kits. I can see that after a few years I’ll have so many I’ll be unable to find what I want. On the old sample pad pro they were stored separately on the SD card so you could pick what you needed.
3. The new Set List feature is useful, but why does the set list disappear when you press + or - so you can’t see what’s next?
4. I use the trigger inputs for extra sounds on MIDI inputs but there’s no way to get to them without plugging triggers in the back.
5. How about updating the user manual when you release a new version? The readme says see the manual for details but it’s not there.

That’s all for now.
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Peter Kershaw

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Posted 4 months ago

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ron petitt

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I just learned the other day about #4.

If you use the Pad Cue button you can then use the main encoder to scroll through all the pads, triggers, and FS Inputs. Once you land on what you want to change you can go to Pad or Sounds or any other function and the focus will be on the selected input without the need to have the hardware plugged in.

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Peter Kershaw

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I never though of that! That was just what I was looking for.

Thanks Ron.
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Matt Ferri, Employee

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Hello Peter,

Thank you for your feedback!