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Please give an update
#1
Hi,

since the NDLR is still fun to me and takes a major role in my setup, could you please give an update where the journey goes to with this device.
When I look to the posts in "Feature Requests" there are mostly over two years old.

Just one example: https://conductivelabs.com/forum/showthr...ht=midihub

I know it has hardware limitations but it is sometimes asked to make it open source or split up to a beta testers section for not to ruin the reputation on the market, do you go in that direction one day?

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#2
We're really close to production on a hardware replacement for the NDRL, in fact I have a prototype in front of me now. Only a couple little things to iron out before we get it rolling. In terms of updates, there are a couple of bug fixes that have been taken care of, one that comes to mind is the matrix mappings for CCs will now reload when saved, but there are a couple of others.

In addition there is a newly added mode that users will be able to find under the shift menu for button 3. This mode adds a MIDI controllable interval based sequencing method that is similar to what the Misha does, but which is still music theory aware following chord and scale changes with changes to the NDLR. I have been experimenting with this and as it can be used in conjunction with the other NDLR parts, I have been having the best time with the NDLR that I can remember. I don't know if that will be the only update or not, but I can see Steve putting in more work on other NDLR between now and when we have more hardware available.
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#3
sounds most promising, since there are hardware limitations the only logical step is to bring new hardware. I wish you all the best in developement!

Hope to have the new firmware that you´ve spoken off soon.
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