Hello. I’m new here and I hope this question is a reasonable thing to be asking on this forum. I have tried searching and have read some interesting stuff along the way (so thank you all) but I can’t find anything to confirm what the highest resolution, say in ticks, is for the Pyramid in step mode. I suppose I should add that I don’t yet have a Pyramid.
I see in the specs that the record resolution is 96ppqn, but I’m assuming that the resolution would be higher in step mode considering you can zoom in and use offsets to position a notes start point. If I’ve done my maths right it seems that it could be as much as 1600ppqn. That seems amazingly good. I’m used to 384ppqn. Could it be as high as 1600ppqn?
Does anyone know? Maybe it’s not as straight forward as just thinking that if you can zoom to 1/64th notes and they can be offset from 0-99% then that means 1 bar = 6400 ticks = 1600ppqn. If it was wouldn’t Squarp publish that in their specs? Perhaps it’s impossible to give a ppqn value when you are dealing with offset percentages and variable time signatures (my head is hurting just thinking about whether that would make any difference).
But if anyone can say, let’s just say in plain old 4/4 time, what they believe it to be that would be ace. Failing that, I wonder if anyone can say whether the offset amount moves in single figures or incrementally when you get to higher zoom resolutions.