Sorry to mention this here: I’m looking for beta testers for new Music Thing Modular things. I’m looking for inexperienced people just as much as experienced people. So… I though this would be a good place to leave this link.
Wow. Thats cool. Filled the form just now!
20 characters of “into it”
Added for 20 characters of intrigue.
sounds great, filled in the form as i’d be happy to offer my time here!
Interested! Filled out the form
I always love the MTM stuff!
same here! sounds like a cool opportunity
Interested for sure Tom! Glad to hear there is more in the music thing pipeline
Wowzer! I just filled the form…
Submitted! Would love to give back to the development community in whatever way I can
I’m excited to see what’s in store!
Interesting. I’m a total newbie though.
The GDPR/consent question made me chuckle
I’ve never beta tested anything, so count me in
submitted! thanks for the opportunity!
QA is Where All The Cool Kids Work.
put my name down! I found the question about what module’s you like/find annoying really interesting. I would be really interested to hear everyone’s answers.
Personally I said that I was annoyed by rings’ quantisation
I signed up as well. I am an absolute beginner in the modular world, but perhaps my experience could offer a unique perspective.
Also I didn’t think that the “what don’t you like” question was specific to modular, so I wrote about my guitar amp
Form submitted; it was great meeting you (Tom) last year at Machines in Music and hearing your talk; I’ve always been interested in your work.
@ParliamentLite Yeah, I talked about an issue with my case, which was maybe just a me-specific issue, but it was the only thing I could think of that annoyed me!
My response to the annoyance, was manuals that don’t describe the interaction between CV and related knobs. eg. is the CV input unipolar/bipolar, over what range of voltages, when patched are the knobs offsets or attenuators.