So come up to the lab / and see what's on the slab / I see you shiver with antici


#1607

And a Prototype Veils, without the responsecurve.


#1608

oot

@pichenettes: hello. is the content of this video on the same page as the conference you gave at nodes this year?


#1609

Yes, it’s shortened a bit though.


#1610

Gotta love a modular synth talk that manages to incorporate (and not just name-drop) Georges Perec, Ray Solomonoff and Umberto Eco. And yeah, “menu-diving”…when the menu is no deeper than a puddle in a pissoir.


#1611

Tides is a favorite of mine as well!


#1612

yes, ‘rings and tides’ is definitely the correct answer!
(and stiftung warentest ftw!)
:slight_smile:


#1613

The phrase “menu diving” drives me crazy too – I keep seeing people use it when referring to menus that are one level deep, or in interfaces that have no menu at all.

And honestly with some modules, more levels of menus would help. On Disting mk4 for instance, I think a categorized tree of modes would be much friendlier to navigate than a flat list.


#1614

Nice Glimpse!
So which input had to go?


#1615

I like (I imagine, havent actually tried it) the 2 finger matrix on 4ms and @mqtthiqs Tappographic delay. 4 levels deep, but seems so be super quick to navigate. And the menu graph directly on the front panel.


#1616

I don’t think it makes much difference, with the Disting. You need a reference sheet or the manual all the time, anyway.

What it really needs is a larger screen, then it could have a proper menu, and it could display some indication of that each input and output does.

But that would make it much larger.