MATRIXSYNTH: New GR-1 Firmware 2.0 Tutorial & 2019 Teaser

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

New GR-1 Firmware 2.0 Tutorial & 2019 Teaser

Tasty Chips GR-1 Teaser 2019 Published on Mar 19, 2019 Tasty Chips

"A new product teaser for our GR-1 granular synthesizer, featuring some lovely close-up shots."

Published on Mar 19, 2019 Tasty Chips

"Showcases some of the new firmware 2.0 features in detail, along with some of the older, yet deeper functions.

Some of our customers requested a tutorial video with a voice-over in a calm pace. So, here it is, along with some good looking close-up shots!

Covered are: firmware update, multi-timbrality, sample tuning, audition mode, recording aux lfo waveforms, scan loop and loop modes, and keyboard split basics."

via Tasty Chips

"The last 2 months we’ve been busy with a large rewrite of the GR-1 firmware. The new version 2.0 makes it multitimbral, and adds many new features and improvements. The new engine allows you to stack up to four patches, assign patches to MIDI channels and/or to play mode, record audio to one patch in real-time and play chords and solos with the others.

Get the upgrade, and the new manual, from our GR-1 downloads page. Credits and thanks to the beta testers who worked to quickly track down the bugs!

In a few weeks we’ll start a new video campaign on Youtube. Of course we’ll cover all the new features.

The GRC-1 MIDI controller is still in heavy development, and we hope to have the first model ready in autumn. As said before, the GRC-1 will offer hands-on controls for everything to do with multitimbral and more. The GR-1 at this moment only offers multitimbral controls via GUI menu’s and secondary button functions.

Production: at one point production was going so well we were almost 2 weeks ahead of schedule. Then problems with component stock and a mistake with PCB assembly hit us.. and now we’re delayed a week again. In any case, you can keep track of the progress in our GR-1 production schedule. We try to update it weekly."

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