Realised you’re the same person as the other topic sorry for post jumping.
So I sorted out the freezing issue, really not sure why that happened but all good.
I have, for now, one final issue I could use your help with.
I have an Arturia MIcrofreak (I’ve seen a few posts but don’t think this has the same issue).
Using the multicycle as S2 and sending midi notes into the microfreak works like a charm. However the second I use the Arturias sequencer/arpeggiator there’s a clash between the two for midi clock (BPM jumps around from 100 - 5000)
I’ve tried every combination of midi settings on both organelle and microfreak but am getting very inconsistent results. By the way trying to run this through usb only for time being as I don’t have enough trs to 5 pin midi at moment.
Organelle M midi settings are
Midi in: disabled
Midi ch: 1
Midi out: enabled
Midi ch: 1
Device: registers arturia microfreak
midi in: -1
S1 (parallel 3)
Channel A (mscale - punchy - slicer)
A midi in: off
A midi ch: 0
A midi out: 1
Microfreak // Midi
input ch: 1
output ch: 1
output destination: off
arp/seq midi out: off
Knob send cc: on
Microfreak // Sync
clock: 24ppq (can be 48ppq depends on which clock module is used for S1. I tried switching between the two but it made no difference).
With these settings I can send midi notes and play the arp/sequencer on the microfreak (without any issues from bpm) if I use the normal clock module that comes with Orac 2.
what I find so strange is that I got it to work once yesterday after trying for ages but now when I manage to get it to work now with multicycle it’ll work briefly if I’m lucky before it descends to madness.
If you have any ideas that would be incredible.