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Second Tetra setting itself to multi mode.

Second Tetra setting itself to multi mode.
« on: December 15, 2017, 11:22:21 AM »
So, I had a weird thing happen. All of the sudden my Tetras were not behaving. I have no idea why, but I initialized all the global parameters and things seemed fine, but I'm noticing odd random voice stealing now even when only playing two voices. It's not release time as it happens when I'm using a patch with a release of zero. When I set the poly chain to off, the problem totally goes away.

So, I trouble shooted (trouble shot?) until I saw that my second Tetra was in Multi mode! Well, that's wrong. So, I switched it off and things were fine again... only to later find it back on! Do I have a g-g-ghost? I know I'm a meddling kid and all... could something be causing this, like some errent MIDI command? I did just switch to Bitwig and I've been experimenting with using it's modulation system to mess with plugin-effect parameters in EchoBoy. (aftertouch to delay time and velocity to feedback amount. FUN.)