Re: [Evolver] power off button? and sync advice needed
- Oh, I was hoping for a shift + reset option or something like that. I
find it strange they made it without power off. Its not a big deal
since I actually unplug my stuff after playing, but never the less
BTW Neill, thanks for the answer on the Elektron group. It actually
solves my second question here.
--- In DSI_Evolver@yahoogroups.com, niall munnelly <aleph@a...> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 01:45:56AM -0000, microkorg666 wrote:
> > 1. Is there a power off switch, button, etc..? The only way I
> > turn my evolver off is simply unplug it. Is there any alternative?
> buy one of those in-wire lamp switches and stick it on the
> power supply.
- "microkorg666" <glamourofviolence@...> writes:
> Oh, I was hoping for a shift + reset option or something like that. IDave got the hint with the poly-evolver... :-)
> find it strange they made it without power off. Its not a big deal
> since I actually unplug my stuff after playing, but never the less
The original Evolver is a _great_ little instrument, but it does have a
number of such "first-generation" quirks.
Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.
- would be nice to see. personally I'd like to see some cv/gates. but the
Evolver-S would be very welcome. Keep it small. just add another row for
the sampler functions. Or space for some pads switches like a drum machine
just a thought, this thing sounds so great but mine has been in hibernation
due to the lack of CV.