MATRIXSYNTH: Waldorf's Kyra Gets an Update

Friday, January 15, 2021

Waldorf's Kyra Gets an Update

via Waldorf

"Kyra Firmware ver 1.78 changes (compared to 1.74 )
- Fixed the incorrect play and MIDI transmission of Arpeggiator notes at very high note pitches.
- Fixed a problem where Arpeggiator notes could be left hanging on external MIDI devices. - Fixed incorrect display of some ModMat source names.
- Fixed a problem where LFOs in antiphase or quadrature phase started at a random phase.
- Added new Range parameter to LFO2 and LFO2 to allow rates up to 51.2Hz. Standard Range provides the existing rate range of 0.1Hz to 12.8Hz in 0.1Hz steps. Extended Range provides an extended rate ranging from 0.4Hz to 51.2Hz in 0.4Hz steps.
- Added the ability to adjust the phase of LFO1 and LFO2 in the range 0 to 180 degrees. The LFO must be in Polyphonic mode for this to have any effect. You can use the LFO Shape knob in Shift Mode to adjust the phase.
-Added the ability to adjust velocity scaling in the range 0 (no scaling, all notes played play at maximum level) to 127 (full velocity scaling). You can use the Amp EG Decay knob in Shift Mode to adjust the scaling.
-Added Latch Mode for the Arpeggiator. In Latch Mode, notes will play continuously until a new chord is played or the Arpeggiator is stopped. The existing mode using the sustain pedal can be selected by setting the Latch Mode to Sustain Pedal. There's a shortcut to start the Arpeggiator in Latch Mode by selecting Shift + Arp Enable.
-Reduced the default Dual Detune amount from 64 to 20 for Patches created using Init Patch.
- Removed the "Bass Delay" feature as it no longer served any purpose.
Kyra Firmware ver 1.74 changes (compared to 1.72 )
-Fixed a problem where the reverb damping on Part 2 could affect the reverb on Parts 3-8. -Fixed a problem that could cause very occasional clicks when the Phaser is used. -Corrected L and R being swapped over on audio outputs (analog and USB).
-Added a fast way to create an Init Patch by simply pressing Shift and Exit together."

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