you mean for module selection? if so I agree.
I think the solution is putting them in folders/categories… so utility/fx/synths etc
(also I need to do something like this to separate ‘factory’ modules and 3rd party modules too)
this was caused by me adding more modules than i expected, I initially planned ~30, but it was so easy converting, i just kept adding more …
the Push 2 control also a similar, all modules don’t fit on the screen, so I also have to add a paging system to it
(unfortunately I suspect ‘acceleration’ will not work too well as the encoder has ‘detent’, so I suspect it will feel a bit unnatural, and its natural resistance will make it hard to spin it quickly… but perhaps will try if it becomes a necessity)
syncing, yeah, this is all a function of the fact the modules all existed in isolation before, so as long as they were sync’d to a clock all was ok, but now we have multiple you want a bit more from sync’ing
then yeah, once you have that, its natural to have some kind of clock division/multipler too - i think a couple do, but Im surprised more dont - anyway, that gets into ‘individual’ module development rather than a core Orac ‘thing’
also as I mentioned on the other thread, theres nothing stopping other ‘interesting’ clock modules being developed, time is not a fixed concept, theres interest to be had playing with it… which is why there is not a fixed clock module in Orac
similar routers, are modules too, to allow module developers scope to play with the concepts of routing, e.g. a 2+2x3+2 is a very interesting routing scheme.