I guess with this implementation they probably are not on the beat, but shifted by the length of one tripled?
I have not tried the latest features yet, but from just reading I get a bit worried if the UI is still intuitive and easy to use/play. Hopefully Kria does not get overloaded for some quite specialized use cases as random ranges for features that already are very filigrane like ratchet and note offset.
BTW, I always thought Kria already had an official feature for altering single scale notes without shifting the rest of the scale.I rarely used it - has it gone lost somewhere on the way to the current firmware?
At the latest beta I can’t manage to disconnect notes, triggers and tracks. All config graphs are unlit but still everything is bound together. And the UI ist messed up when the loop wraps around the right end of the grid on note page.
I think this is to make it easier to program one extra “ratchet” trigger for example on substep four of possible five without actual having the five substeps triggered. I have to admit that this is one of the more esoteric features which I am afraid that they make Kria less intuitive and easy to use and I would be fine with just a simple 1 to 4 ratchet.
I guess one would need to be quite smart for intentionally using all this to program interesting sequences. Otherwise it would just come out as the usual pseudo random quantized sequence music. There is nothing wrong with this I am just not sure how heavy featured that would have to be.