Mr Brown I think is like many people in this thread who discard gear after a short period because it has not measured up to their ideas. The makers usually advise you to read the manual before operating the equipment, but equally you have to spend some time calmly applying what you have read. After some time of mastering the instrument you can decide if it is the right piece of "gear" for you. This learning process does not happen overnight and all the temper and course language will not accelerate the process. So take a deep breath, walk away and come back later when you are calm and have a clear mind, and alcohol will only befuddle the issue.
Haha sorry guys I wasn't exactly being serious. I've actually found operating the machine itself and understanding how to works pretty straightforward. Im already committed to learning this thing over a substantial period of time if any thing because buying it was such a commitment for me but also because I want something to keep me involved in music in some way and that's why I got it. This thread is not a blog for me to document step by step my journey with the octatrack so I will leave it out for a while (unless I have any questions maybe) thank you v much. Ooh also schnotl do you want the CV splitter?
So not to bring this back around to iOS again...but here I go...anyone else know that Audio Damage put out their Grind Distortion/Saturation VST out as an iOS app for a mere 4.99?
I'm going to be setting up a workstation for my up coming gig (get used to it, I'll be talking about it a lot) and wanted an aux send/master saturation/coloring "pre-amp" device. For five bucks I'll have a go. Seems like it has nice options and has syncable LFOs if you've got an iOS interface.