What module is this?


i have noticed that right before op-z app opens on an iphone, there is a picture of this strange green module. it shows for a fraction of a second, so i have slowed down screen capture, to document it.
the green module shows “M” and “S” where cv1 and cv2 should be.
does anyone have any idea what it could be ?
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good find :innocent:

maybe MONITOR and SOURCE

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Or Master and Slave (for a midi module)?

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Mono, Stereo?

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:nerd_face: :nerd_face: :nerd_face:

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:thinking: :thinking: :thinking:

Mic and sample in?

Just hurry and take my money!!

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M for money
S for success

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M is Out, S is In, module is called line, hmm.

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Interesting good find wonder what it could be!

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i agree with ur theory!
also if you notice the IO track with the green module is using both fx tracks, and panning.
i’m really excited to see if this is something that’s already been in the works and will be coming out soon!

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Notice the “Dry Level” parameter in the lower far right. maybe you would be able to blend some signal with a processed signal. Or apply EQ, compression.

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And on the left it says Sends under Module

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Maybe it’s something that’ll turn the OP-Z into an effects box for external instruments. I’ve been wondering about that for a while. Something is definitely cooking…

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A crossfader would be really nice for live sets.

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This is already the functionality of the new firmware though? And the module channel is the channel that you can use to control these features. Nothing strange about this image when you see it in this light.

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Looks like an aux send for external devices. Mono out and stereo in plus midi / trig for poket operator. Would be, great cause I don’t like the trrs input to much.

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it has to be special to replace the rumble module, which is outstanding!

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Look at mixer screen, module level, hmmm don’t recall that being there before…

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yes, thats from the latest update. when they have switched midi settings to input audio level on track14. so now midi settings are at (screen+tempo) and audio settings are on track14.
so there is an extra perimeter on a mixer.
it should be audio input level. its a handy addition:)

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