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Wish I/O Routing Matrix

Immanuel

Member
A matrix would be great. Another thing that would be great, would be USB block modules that overwrite global settings for the presets they are used in. The combination of these two things would be awesome.
 

Greg Ferguson

Fractal Fanatic
I think this is a great idea. Something similar to the Quick Build interface allowing us to draw connections could be a starting point because much of the underlying graphics code could be reused.

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Instead of the "Out" blocks in the right column we'd have the regular input blocks, with a second matrix for the output section. The grids would have to change shape but there'd be room because there'd be fewer types of blocks.

It seems like it'd be possible from a coding aspect, but I have no idea whether the current hardware could support it memory-wise. Maybe, because the Cygnus sound generation is so good, the team can switch to improving the graphic interface and slide something like this underneath the current architecture.

That's my nearly worthless $0.02.
 

Immanuel

Member
I would like to see 4 USB input blocks and 4 USB output blocks. On top of that, it would be nice to have USB-input and -output selectors in a "roll menu" like the gate type and the instrument impedance menus in the normal input blocks. And to have the same kind of selectors in the output blocks. This way, the user has the choice of making the routing "stealthy" like now - or to make it part of the grid.
 

McStinger

New Member
I will probably never understand, why the headphone output is hardwired to Output 1. Unable to use Output 1 set up to required output level, if I don't want get deaf. Why headphone out is not the same module, as are other outputs. Or why it has no separate volume control. At least. :confused:
 
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