FFWD and REW function

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  • #26142
    Christer HermodssonChrister Hermodsson
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    Cymatic: Just to boost your decision in this. Theres a real interest for a product like this in the “alternative electronic” music world.
    Every time we play live, and people see our LP16 they get really curious about it ….and a bit put off by the lack of FFWD function ( and the lack of Midiclock to sometimes)
    Because every single one of these bands uses: backingtracks. They are using laptops and Ipads and everyone fears the great ominous “dropout” during the live show.
    Send a salesman to Leipzig, Germany at the WGT festival , look at the line up (never mind the weird clothing and haircuts … ).
    That should be one unit sold for each and every artist 😉

    #26144
    Gerit LammGerit Lamm
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    When I am allowed to make one more little suggestion, it would be a function to go 5 or 10 seconds back/forth with a doublepress of the FFWD or REW button. This would be amazing for rehearsing tracks and repeating parts in a fast and comfortable way.

    #26147
    LarryLarry
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    Yes….thanks! And I do want to add that you guys in Cymatic are doing a great job on keep up with the forum and working hard on the great upgrades with the Utool and URemote features! I was skeptical at 1st before investing into this since there weren’t many reviews to go by. But I feel I made a good choice. Keep up the good work! 🙂

    #26344
    MikkoMikko
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    This would be awesome solution! Just bought this unit to replace mp3 player. But… no FF/RW function. Hope to get this function soon. :ohmy:
    [quote=”G-Spot666″ post=587]When I am allowed to make one more little suggestion, it would be a function to go 5 or 10 seconds back/forth with a doublepress of the FFWD or REW button. This would be amazing for rehearsing tracks and repeating parts in a fast and comfortable way.[/quote]

    #26350
    LarryLarry
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    YES PLEASE!!!!!

    #26453
    Paolo TorquatiPaolo Torquati
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    What is the horizon for the feature/update?

    #26518
    ChetanChetan
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    Hi all,

    Sorry for the long wait you had to endure for the LP-16 update. We at Cymatic were quite busy with a lot of exciting products that came to the market in the last couple of months and others that shall be following in the coming months. But we did not forget the LP-16 and especially the feature that you all had requested.
    Do download the latest firmware available for LP-16 at https://cymaticaudio.com/downloads
    The FFWD and REW feature has been implemented as “playback from an offset” feature. You can now choose a playback offset for any song by using the FWD and REW buttons. Hitting the PLAY button starts playing back from that offset. As long as the song does not change, the offset is kept in the memory so that you can quickly start playback from the same offset again.

    Thanks for your patience.

    #26520
    FrankFrank
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    Update done. Works perfectly.

    Thank you!!

    #26525
    FOHFOH
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    Indeed, update seems to work like a charm so far.
    Thanks Cymatics!

    #26534
    Dennis PedersenDennis Pedersen
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    I just updated.
    The FFWD and REW function works fine, but now I can’t skip to the next song!!!
    This is both in single and playlist mode (multitrack)
    What could be wrong??

    Dennis Pedersen

    #26535
    ChetanChetan
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    Hi Dennis,

    The skipping of songs is implemented with the up and down buttons now.

    #26837
    Paolo TorquatiPaolo Torquati
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    Hi again!
    Cool that you’ve implemented the function but, is there a reason why it counts down instead of just counting the songs actual time? If I want tojust forward to a specific time, ex. 2.55, in a song it seems impossible because it counts down from the actual position. Is it just me?

    Regards

    #26838
    ChetanChetan
    Participant

    Hi Romanista,

    LP-16 (right from its inception) always showed the remaining playback time of the song.

    The time field for ffwd/rew shows you the time at which playback will start. For example in a song which is 10 mins long you can ffwd/rew to 2:55 and select the song to start playback at 2:55. However the remaining time countdown will start from 7:05.

    Does that answer your question?

    #26839
    Paolo TorquatiPaolo Torquati
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    oookay, that makes sense 🙂
    It would be cool to be able to switch between seeing time left or actual time running 🙂 Just a thought!

    Thanx and have a great day 🙂

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