The phase of the Saw LFO needs to be slightly corrected > acknowledged by Arturia
The polarity of the Square LFO needs to be flipped (or phase 180)
The sync seems problematic on sequencer for some, but changing seq clocked rate also knocks a pattern out of phase, ideally it shouldn't throw you off if you double or halve the synced tempo !
The mod wheel LFO amount glitches when clocked > acknowledged by arturia
The sequencer plays pattern 1 on boot, even if another pattern is selected
The gate mode has a fourth 'hidden' setting, VERY handy, but this is not documented and contradicts the midi cc settings in connection pdf, I'd like to see them extend functionality to incorporate this in connection software and to sort midi cc ranges
A way to engage triplet and dotted LFO synced rates would be welcome, even if this has to be switched on by the *adventurous* users who can handle more than 4 or 5 positions (the reason this is limited according to Arturia)
The synced LFO rates may be more rapid than described in the manual, they are quite rapid
I'd like to see a virtual hold button on the connection s/w with midi cc control, so it wasn't necessary to tie up the gate out to gate in
I'd like to see them offer a user mode that would allow the Square LFO to be swapped for a S/H type by the user
I have an issue where the Microbrute is not recognised in Lemur app as a viable usb midi device, I don't know if this is an issue with Lemur or Arturia, still awaiting a response to forum post
I also note that many of these issues are 9 months old, whilst I respect that companies have to make other products and work on other things, it's unacceptable in my opinion to have issues that would be so relatively easy to fix linger for so long. Yeah, they may be busy on iOS dev work, but these issues should be fixed sooner ... For EXISTiNG customers, surely that makes good sense, or at least to keep folks sweet by commenting that issues will be fixed, even if they can't be specific about time
The first thing to do is to post very clear examples of all of these issues on YouTube, that'll eventually get 'noticed'