Beta Version 180096069 Change Notes

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Beta Version 180096069 Change Notes

Post by Sox » Fri Sep 28, 2012 11:26 pm

Please remember this is a beta and both ourselves and the Pacemaker Music team can accept no responsibility if this software update makes your Pacemaker Device unusable.

A beta firmware version (dfw_180096069.pfw) has now been released for your Pacemaker featuring the following changes (compared to the last official Tonium release Version 14142). This is the first ever official update from the new Pacemaker Music team, congratulations to them for making the Pacemaker live on!

Change Notes:
  • Scratching (Vinyl Mode)
    Enable it under (Settings, Mix Control, Vinyl Mode). Simply touch the edges of the navigation pad on the Pacemaker to scratch your music.
  • Beat Lock/Sync Mode
    Enable beat lock by holding the P-Button down and pressing Play on the second deck. The second deck will be synced to the same tempo as the first and held there until this process is repeated.
  • Sync Tempo
    Hold the P-Button down and press Cue on the second deck. The second decks tempo will now match the tempo of the first deck.
  • Beat Jump
    Enable beat jump by holding the P-Button down and pressing ‘REW’ on a deck. ‘Beat Jump Enabled’ will be displayed. Repeat this process to jump backward in time in the track or hold the P-Button down and press ‘FWD’ to jump forward in the track. You can change the length of the jump by holding the P-Button down and pressing the ‘REW’ and ‘FWD’ buttons simultaneously. Great for creating a ‘stutter effect’.
  • Fixed Loop Length
    Set Fixed Loop Lengths in (Settings, Mix Control, Fixed Loop Length) and all loops you create will default to that length.
  • Snap Loops
    Set this on under (Settings, Mix Control, Snap Loops) and all loops that are created will be snapped to the nearest beat.

  • Digital Output (Play mode only)
    Requires an A/V cable (Digital out where video should be) and this mode only works on the line-out channel (Hardware limitation)
Known Issues:
  • Scratch effects (Vinyl Mode) can’t be saved.
    All scratch effects used in a recorded mix will not be saved. They will not be shown in the Pacemaker Editor either when you attempt to edit your mix.
  • Looping Artifact
    Audio from a loop in a previously loaded track can sometimes reappear.
  • Scratching
    Sound quality needs to be improved.
  • Translations
    Wrong translations for other languages other than English.
  • Legal notice
    Requires updating, some listed 3rd party libraries are no longer used.
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