If you’re in Sample edit mode and press play for monitoring, the Pitch goes +1 every time you hit the play button.
Normally it’s just the plus/minus buttons for pitch control and the yellow disk. (fixed in 1.2.14)
If you control the OP-Z externally it’s not possible anymore to add a different note to the sequencer trigs, once they contain a note when the sequencer is running.
normally you can hold down a trig, play a chord on the external controller and the note data is laid down on this particular trig. If the sequencer is running this doesn’t work, you have to stop the sequencer to get this function to work. (not fixed in 1.2.14) --the trig doesn’t accept a chord Input from external devices, it just inserts a single note instead of 3 or more and this just happens when the sequencer is running.
otherwise you can hold down a trig and insert as much notes as possible in an order you like and the OP-Z will play all inserted notes on this trig as expected.
It would be a good performance feature to be able to change whole chords instead of mono notes. as before!
If you explore bugs, write em down as clear as possible!
its a step component feature where a track can be driven by an external trig (via oplab) and this changes the trig forward behaviour from OFF-note to ON-note priority, like a midi on/off message and if a note is played when pressed down (note ON) or released (note OFF)
So first time my OP-Z crashed. Doing some music with my phone connected. Suddenty music stops and the phone gets disconnected, and the OP-Z crashes. Have not experienced such a behaviour before patching.