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Author Topic: Arturia team, can you please make a statement on a possible update?  (Read 76600 times)

standingwave

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Re: Arturia team, can you please make a statement on a possible update?
« Reply #615 on: June 17, 2021, 03:54:36 am »
Any word?
 Cheers.

Edouard_Arturia

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Re: Arturia team, can you please make a statement on a possible update?
« Reply #616 on: June 17, 2021, 05:45:04 pm »
Hey.
The fix is out !
Cheers
Edouard
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Clockgate

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Re: Arturia team, can you please make a statement on a possible update?
« Reply #617 on: June 17, 2021, 08:23:27 pm »
I just updated the firmware, but when using the sync in jack, I still need to send a start message to the ring of the Sync In jack. I thought this was going to be fixed in the update?  ???

standingwave

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Re: Arturia team, can you please make a statement on a possible update?
« Reply #618 on: June 18, 2021, 07:42:32 pm »
I just got the update installed, and all looks like things are working as expected.

 It has been one hell of a journey over the last years trying to get Arturia to pay attention to the Matrixbrute. Thankfully, it would seem we finally have an instrument which functions as it was intended to when released.

 I appreciate you coming through Arturia. That being said, this will definitely be the last time I spend money on your products. The Matrixbrute is a beautiful synthesizer. The respect and reverence it deserves from you as an instrument and tool stopped with the marketing budget allocated. I felt pretty disrespected as a purchaser of your equipment watching you release new products and firmware updates to equipment newer than the Matrixbrute for years, while the Matrixbrute sat with intolerable faults that could easily be repaired with an ounce of attention given.

 So, thank you for the Matrixbrute and goodbye!

Processaurus

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Re: Arturia team, can you please make a statement on a possible update?
« Reply #619 on: June 19, 2021, 09:47:25 am »
Hey.
The fix is out !
Cheers
Edouard

Got it installed, working as expected. MIDI slave sync is working tight, and itís good to be able to audition a sequencer/arp part without the whole production running. Thanks!

STM

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Re: Arturia team, can you please make a statement on a possible update?
« Reply #620 on: June 19, 2021, 01:33:52 pm »
Hey.
The fix is out !
Cheers
Edouard

Thanks!
I encountered no problems so far.

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Re: Arturia team, can you please make a statement on a possible update?
« Reply #621 on: July 14, 2021, 12:45:50 am »
I just got the update installed, and all looks like things are working as expected.

 It has been one hell of a journey over the last years trying to get Arturia to pay attention to the Matrixbrute. Thankfully, it would seem we finally have an instrument which functions as it was intended to when released.

 I appreciate you coming through Arturia. That being said, this will definitely be the last time I spend money on your products. The Matrixbrute is a beautiful synthesizer. The respect and reverence it deserves from you as an instrument and tool stopped with the marketing budget allocated. I felt pretty disrespected as a purchaser of your equipment watching you release new products and firmware updates to equipment newer than the Matrixbrute for years, while the Matrixbrute sat with intolerable faults that could easily be repaired with an ounce of attention given.

 So, thank you for the Matrixbrute and goodbye!


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