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Official Nava BUGS list

Postby halides » Nov 9th, '16, 07:01

Go through the lists, if you can't see your bug, post it here with instructions on how to replicate and I'll add it to the list.

If you can, please try things in "Plausible bugs" list and post results if you can replicate the bugs!


Known bugs:
- sequencer lag when saving a pattern while sequencer is running [Has to be fixed]
- accent on the cl hihat is not saved


Plausible bugs:
- Open hihat is altered by following global accent steps (e.g.try OH on step 3 with long decay and set step 5 with globel accent) [Has to be tested]
- random level problems at certain steps independent of accents (e.g. BD on step 1 in pattern 1 has higher lvl than bd on other steps, can only be solved by initializing the eeprom at the moment) [Has to be tested]
- tap mode digital sounds cut if another sound is tapped
- responsive to shuffling MIDI clock?


Fixed/Not bugs:
- Hi Tom level [fixed in the v1.019 firmware]
- Mid Tom decay [Not a software issue, you should have a electronic issue on your Mid TOM circuit]
- Bass drum buzz (improved after fix but still noticeable) <problem with PCB?> [Fixed with the BD Mod on PCB v1.0l and not a software issue]
- slightly higher noise floor at the snare drum [Same as the original TR909]
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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby Grizzlydj » Nov 9th, '16, 19:26

I would like that would tap mode - you can program more than one pattern and immediately 2,3,4 ... if you choose 2 patterns and program them as soon as you do any changes in one place and comes to another - all changes are reset! You can do so he kept the patterns in real time, without having to save them by force, at the moment can be programmed only one pattern, store it and then program the next ... it is not very convenient! I think that the entire firmware curve and not well thought-out! should rewrite it completely, so many mistakes! no stable MIDI mode! in this state, to use it is not possible!
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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby halides » Nov 9th, '16, 21:09

Grizzlydj wrote:I would like that would tap mode - you can program more than one pattern and immediately 2,3,4 ... if you choose 2 patterns and program them as soon as you do any changes in one place and comes to another - all changes are reset! You can do so he kept the patterns in real time, without having to save them by force, at the moment can be programmed only one pattern, store it and then program the next ... it is not very convenient! I think that the entire firmware curve and not well thought-out! should rewrite it completely, so many mistakes! no stable MIDI mode! in this state, to use it is not possible!


Like I've said elsewhere, I don't have a Nava yet, so I can't really test anything right now. I need good descriptions of bugs and from your message I don't really understand what is the bug, or is it a bug at all? Or is it a feature that you want?

Also please don't rant and rave in this topic. We are aware that the firmwares are buggy and are working towards making them great again! :mrgreen:

For good examples of something that I could add as a bug in the list check the topic from Yocto: viewtopic.php?f=17&t=1115

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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby Croodey » Nov 10th, '16, 12:54

There it is a smal list of Nava bugs.
viewtopic.php?f=24&t=1075
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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby halides » Nov 10th, '16, 19:19

Croodey wrote:There it is a smal list of Nava bugs.
viewtopic.php?f=24&t=1075


Noted, will inspect when I get the Nava.

However, more accurate description of the following would be nice:
- Hi Tom level
- Mid Tom decay
- Bass drum buzz
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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby hofmann25 » Nov 10th, '16, 20:23

The Bass drum buzz is because if the PCB (ground plane). It's not a software issue. I'm pretty sure...
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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby Grizzlydj » Nov 11th, '16, 01:10

in midi play mode: some tools are randomly triggered by themselves - check the MIDI section, not stable
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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby e-licktronic » Nov 11th, '16, 02:54

Grizzlydj wrote:in midi play mode: some tools are randomly triggered by themselves - check the MIDI section, not stable



Try the v1.020 firmware.

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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby drifter7508 » Nov 11th, '16, 22:21

I think we all have an hardware issue with the mid tom decay then. Alla Navas I heard about have a substantial lower decay than low and high tom.
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Re: Official Nava BUGS list

Postby drifter7508 » Nov 13th, '16, 17:42

TAP mode bug:
When tapping the digital voices at the same time as an analog the digital cuts off.

Example. Tap BD and hihat at the same time. The hihat gets cut off.


Accent bug:
The Accent on the hihat does not get saved.
After saving a pattern and switching to another and then back, the Hihat pattern defaults to Accent ON at all beats.
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