what is this news thing for anyway
Started by utz, October 06, 2015, 01:25:44 pm
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NEW/CHANGES- channel 1 now has variable duty cycle, too- new effect: 4xx - set duty/noise mode ch1- old 4xx (toggle duty cycle sweep) has been merged in to 5xx (set duty ch2)- old Cxx (set drum mode) is now Dxx- old Dxx (set vol ch1/drums) has been removed (no longer possible for technical reasons)- new effect: 8xx - execute note table ch3- new effect: 9xx - glitch channel 3.- new Cxx effect: note cut ch1- TI-82 Parcus/OS 19.006 support- ALPHA mode is now one-shot, ie. it is turned off after an ALPHA mode action has been performed- sound loop now has cycle-exact timing except if drum modes 2x-4x are used- 3xx now uses inverse values (0xff = slowest setting), and is deactivated with 300 instead of 200. The old 300 effect can be achieved with command 9FF instead.- 2xx/3xx no longer trigger on rest notes.- "glitchy" drum modes no longer output sound on rows without a drum trigger- AutoInc is now off by defaultBUGFIXES- fixed recovery from failed save attempt- fx pattern 0x3f was previously lost during save, fixed- note pattern 0x7f was inaccessible from sequence screen, fixed- fixed broken loop point setting- improved keypad debouncing on Plus models- mode indicators were incorrect after loading/zapping a tune, fixed
NEW/CHANGES- new effect: 7xx - auto chord ch2- Exx is now the "Extended" fx command - execute up to 5 fx commands at once (old E00..E03 is now E80..E83)- Bxy now has added "loop section" function- more fine-grained tempo control- Copy/Paste keys are arranged in a more consistent/safe manner (check the manual for details!)- (somewhat) reduced noise during row transitions- improved fx handlingBUGFIXES- fixed wrong Drum panning (was inverted)- faulty executable checksum calculation fixed (was causing errors with TI-Connect)
Quote from: utz on October 07, 2015, 01:55:53 pmHmm, interesting. In theory, the number of archieved files shouldn't have any major impact. Maybe it has something to do with the OS version. Do you have the same OS on both your SEs?HT2 is huge because it handles savestates internally. This is done to provide compatibility with the older models, which don't provide a safe/documented way of dealing with the OS VAT table. Of course on the Plus models, it would make more sense to handle the savestates as external files (and perhaps use Flash, too). I have plans to do that in a future version, but it'll probably take a while till I get around to that. My primary aim with HT2 is to give a new life to the thousands of old TI-82s and 83s out there. Also I actually know very little about the Plus models in general, my newest TI calc is a 83+ BE
Quote from: Ivoah on October 07, 2015, 01:06:27 pmDoes having archived programs take up RAM space? 'cause I've got quite a bit archived on here. My 2nd SE that has absolutely nothing on it has 24206 bytes free. Also, why is HT2 so large?
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on October 08, 2015, 06:26:25 amAlso Houston Tracker 2 is that large for a reason: It has many features.
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