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    Faberger

      Hello,

      I’ve recently purchased the Terra and noticed that the dynamic sensors A-B-C-D vary wildly in their sensitivity. Have confirmed this by controlling a VST synth and seeing the behaviour visually.

      C seems the most sensible, B and D are a bit more sensitive, however A is near unusable in being oversensitive.

      This behaviour is also very apparent just playing the instrument on its own.

      Another example, pushing the sensors from the side with the same finger. 3 of them end up end up a bit past half but can never be fully “pushed”, A ends up being fully pushed easily.

      Is this expected behavior?

      #13553 Reply

      SomaLabs
      Keymaster

        Hi,

        Please install the latest firmware, it has improved the sensor behavior and should solve things like this. If the issue persists after firmware update, please record a video where you demonstrate this behavior and send it to [email protected]

        #13781 Reply

        Adam_Acid
        Participant

          BCD seem a little more sensitive, but agree on A…it’s almost unusable…

          What does it seem like to everyone after the latest update?

          #13912 Reply

          napotronix
          Participant

            I would also like to be able to set the sensitivity on de modulation sensors myself (and save it with the preset) as some of the more dramatic modulations can go from subtle warping to complete mayhem within a hair’s breadth which is not always desired, especially when playing subtle ambient style music where a little feedback is great but complete destruction ruins the atmosphere. I can imagine this works like the Gyro Sensitivity, so press one of the A-D sensors, the ‘G’ sensor and then pick a value on the pyramid?

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