flush has a completely useless restriction:
Its restricted to notes from 0 to 127!
Its that useless, that I would call it a bug.
I represent microintervals with a cent representation. The middle C is
6000, the D is 6200. A quartertone sharp of C is 6050...
I need to have a flush which does accept all integers (also negative
numbers). I understand that the amount of polyphony flush can deal with
might be restricted.
Suggestion: an additional parameter would set a mode without that
restriction. (For the sake of the eventual, though very unlikely,
possibility of breaking old patches.)
I'd rather like to have flush fixed, than adding another abhaXion to my
I tried borax as workaround, it reports other notes as 0 to 127, but
doesn't flash them! this certainly needs to be fixed as well...
Borax also doesn't accept multiple triggers for the same note (as
documented in the manual)...
By the way, k-slider if in a range exceeding 127 will not switch off
notes in poly mode....
And to fullfill the bugreport guide lines:
I expect flush to work with all integers,
I expect borax to flush all held notes also those exceeding the 0-127 range.
I expect k-slider to switch off notes exceeding the 0-127 range in
polymode. (this is the least urgent of all, but seems just logical to be
All three to explore: