Got my ER 301 racked and used it extensively in a set last night in Bedford Virginia at an art gallery. Incredible module, and I’m excited to see where it will take me musically in the future.
That’s a lot of power in a very small space @apeirophobe - good work!!
Nothing patched at the moment but just rearranged/downsized a bit.
I put together this little skiff for travel (mostly to the couch downstairs where I can learn the ER in the evenings)
I’ve noticed that quite a few people leave the blue shipping film on their displays. Why is that?
– the curious manufacturer
protecting your babies
But the display contrast suffers greatly!
I think it’s because the blue frame of the protective film goes so nicely with the blue buttons
@scott.lepore, where do you plug your headphones in?
Actually I liked it better as my eyes feel a bit blinded by the screen now where I removed the foil. I feel the same with teletype so it might be just me and my old eyes but I wonder if there is a way to reduce the brightness a bit.
Actually I can expose display brightness in the UI in a future release if you like.
Great - a preference setting would be very nice!
I find it enjoyable to remove this kind of protective film
But what about evil patch cables breaking loose and threatening the precious displays? Has anyone tried to apply one of those smartphone films?
I think the outer glass would be part of the front panel? -> the glass scratches catastrophically, just get a new panel?
Here I’ve connected them to Out 1. As per @Joe 's suggestion, I’ve added a limiter to my default Quicksave to attenuate the output level for the headphones.
I run the OP-1’s USB MIDI into ansible to get gate and CV into the o_C and ER. The OP also acts as a sound source and recorder for the ER.
I can’t really explain it. Maybe it’s as Neil suggests - to protect it. Maybe it’s the “new car smell” that I don’t want to lose. I find the display contrast more than acceptable.
Ha good question. I was feeling a little overprotective mainly because it’s still so new to me; It will most likely come off soon though.
I need to make an adapter, dual mono male minijack to stereo female minijack, and I’ve saved a module for my portable setup! Nice! Thanks!
I’ve looked for these before, they don’t seem to exist - which is kinda weird!
There’s female stereo minijack to 2 mono phono plugs or to 2 1/4" mono jack plugs, but no 1/8" mono jack plugs.
Anyone know of anything that fits the bill anywhere?