Laurence Posted November 16, 2013 Share Posted November 16, 2013 I just got my Roland VR-09 and the wireless dongle interface that goes along with it so you can edit sounds on an iPad. The editor is quite nice but I have run into a show stopping issue that will keep me from actually using it for fine tuning registrations. This is with the 1.1 firmware update. Can somebody confirm the following issue? When I edit a synth sound with the VR-09, everything works as it should initially. I come up with a variation of one of the synth sounds and save it to a registration, then later when I call up that registration it includes the modified synth sound. So far so good. The problem is when I want to use the unmodified version of the same synth sound in another registration. As I program the 2nd registration I hear the unmodified synth sound, but when I try to use it, it. Will give me the modified version I programmed on the first registration. Any subsequent use of this synth sound will access only that one modified version. If you use the editor to reprogram it, it will also reprogram any earlier registrations that use this sound. I have no idea if this behavior also was on the first firmware revision because I upgraded the firmware when I got the keyboard. What. I expected was that I would be able to modify a sound, save it as a registration, and then program other registrations independently. Right now there is only one version of any particular synth sound available across all the registrations, and if you have a variation programmed you can't recall the original in another registration. I believe this is a bug. Can somebody please confirm this? The other possibility is that was designed this way. I sincerely hope not as this problem makes the iPad editing feature quite useless. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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