Op-Z OS 1.2.20

it’s live and thx to TE its now possible to put in chords on a per step basis, from an external controller, while the sequencer is running without holding or activating record. thank you @tngjonas

https://teenage.engineering/downloads

  • fix content disk and midi port not appearing until removing / inserting usb cable (usb-a only)

  • fix flipped L / R signal in outgoing usb audio

  • fix bug that could cause a noisy microphone signal after switching effect plug

  • fix broken reset spark component setting

  • fix resetting spark counters on cued pattern switch instead of instant switch

  • fix bug with active drone notes preventing certain buttons from working

  • fix default arpeggio settings when switching to new pattern

  • improved step velocity editing

  • change track mute cc to treat value 127 as mute (in addition to 1)

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Nice. Happy about the L/R fix. That caught me the other day when recording. I unplugged a lot of cables before I realized it was the OP-Z :slight_smile:

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v cool - also v happy about the usb over audio fix - for some reason I found that so idiotic and annoying.

Can this be done from the OP-Z as well? I’m curious why it isn’t mentioned on the list

of course! it was ever possible to do that internally but for me personally it’s one of the biggest things with this update.

especially because I’ve send a video directly to TE and they told me to fix it and now it’s fixed.
neat

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Midi clock issue still doesn’t fix :frowning:

Content Disk unfortunately still doesn’t show up on my Mac. :frowning:

best is to describe some kind of your setup and what scenario isn’t working at all, otherwise the best thing is to make a short video and send it over to TE and they’ll investigate if it’s clear what’s exactly happening

Interested in this one <3

Tell me more about this plz?

hold down a trig, insert a chord with a midi keyboard.

there was a previous bug which only stored the last played note instead of the whole chord. is now fixed

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Legend. Thanks

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While keeping the trig pressed it’s not possible to use both hands to play the chord :thinking:

as long as the op-z stores 4 notes max on a trig it’s not so difficult at all.

otherwise- train your pinky :pray:

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Mind you own pinky :wink: haha
I was thinking about lower bass notes

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Nice! Good to hear that TE reacting to user bug reports :slight_smile: