Yeah, a lot of people seem to not even bother using it because it’s so underdeveloped currently, and so they don’t see a reason for it to be fixed because it doesn’t effect their current workflow - hopefully this attitude changes, because it could be great.
For whom like me that born in to electronic music composing by using daws this is the wider hall in there.
in terms of RAM and/or memory usage may no be such a big effort though; actually, what is the SEQ mode if not a scheme, a form of “structural order” of what is already in use?
So, when talking about the number of sequences in the total, for example, extending the number of sequences may just be the same as the tracks and their relative patterns are actually already there saved in the memory and midi events may keep the same amount, as two sequences cannot be played in the same time ( obviously ) , this should be just a problem of update.
the point 2 is also about a easy update of the firmware and I don’t see any memory issue
The third and the fourth point I have listened , well, those seams needing a real work on the desk and a real game change, so even liking a lot I may be sincere by telling that my hopes are quite little in those regards:
3 > Previewing what is in the next sequences is though a performative feature that Squarpers from Squarp may like a LOT as it comes in to their way of seeing Pyramid as a superlative performative tool. I question if they ever thought about it.
4 > The fourth point I listened is just like a mirage !! If this would be one day achieved, well, then we will be in front of a sequencer that can forget any daw rival. It would be total a freedom for composing ! But I have to be sincere about this point: I don’t see how they can manage to make it upon the already existing architecture .
Just to point out that the underdevelopment of the SEQ mode has been discussed many times in the old forum
and the Squarp Team is already aware about that for a long time
maybe even the next update will bring some improvements on this area
so don’t worry
when I said not to worry, it’s because it’s obvious that they are aware of that,
I even think it’s planned since day#1! (the SEQ mode is for example the only mode that does not have its DISP screen …)
but there were many other things to implement in the meantime …
and they were only 3 (now 4) at Squarp to do the job …
moreover, I think it would be already done but they also launched a new product (Hermod) which explains why we haven’t had an update on PyraOS for more than 6 months! It’s the first time that we have such a delay for a Pyramid update
but that’s also a reason to be optimistic about this next update