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Topic: Denon MCX8000 firmware 2.0 public beta
MCX8000 Firmware v2.0 Release Notes
Added support for Engine Prime prepared USB drives
Added Mic 1 attenuation control utility menu option (0dB to -20dB)
Added Mic 2 attenuation control utility menu option (0dB to -20dB)
Added Talk Over level utility menu option (-20db to -40dB)
Added Talk Over resume type utility menu option (fast, normal)
Added Booth Receive mic signal utility menu option (on, off)
Added Beat Grid support for Engine Prime prepared USB drives
Added Beat Grid slide feature
Added Quantize feature
Added Quantize options 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1-beat and off for setting/triggering hotcues and loops
Added Beat Sync feature
Added 12 o’clock platter LED reset for cues
Added BPM sorting when browsing songs through BPM Filter
Fixed issue where “unknown” was displayed for track name in crates & playlists with over 500 tracks
Fixed issue where device would not register as MIDI device on certain Mac OS systems
Fixed issue where pitch fader was not reported in the SysEx initialization message
Various additional bug fixes and stability improvements
geposted Mon 05 Mar 18 @ 8:17 pm
For the blinking LEDs. The initial mapping files had those to blink when track was reaching near its end, but we removed this as it was creating some minor issues.
You can try it yourself..
map the LED_JOG_ALL key as.
songpos_remain 30000ms ? blink : on
and leave the LED_JOG as ..
The LED_JOG_ALL is the issue actually. What it does is to turn all Leds on and at the same time "enable" the LEDs. But if you send ON, and no rotation after that (e.g. track ends and stops at its beginning/load position), you may end up with all LEds on.
The best approach would be the firmware to provide a way to control and change the pattern (which at the moment is only accessed via the unit settings). If such a way existed, we could blink between the 2 patterns without using the LED_JOG_ALL key. I had emailed Denon, but you know, when the bundled software doesnt give you mapping possibilities and the "bug" is not there (they dont blink the Jog Leds either), then firmware updates are hard to happen ;)
geposted Fri 09 Mar 18 @ 9:30 pm
geposted Fri 09 Mar 18 @ 9:32 pm
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geposted Sun 29 Jul 18 @ 10:25 pm