So I am lucky, I know Dean
and being ever so subtly he has encouraged the investigation of the
M-O-D but I have been reluctant because I have this belief that I am a "Hardware guy"
Six in one, half a dozen the other right?... I always say "both" is the answer to conundrums and the M-O-D seems to be
just that, both...
So cool, this device could be the end-all if portability is a key requirement.
Just to note I am a long time Fractal user, three or four years worth and I can't say I am absolutely
in love, unfortunately. It has great tone but it is tedious to program and when it comes down to it I only
use about three sounds and then some derivatives of those sounds.
Also I have thought about and researched the Helix, a lot, and that machine is mighty cool especially the ability to change
sounds and have the trails from your previous sound "trail" into the other. But the Helix is
huge, another big slab of technology on the floor with a wonderful big screen to go with it
that can be read by aircraft
...Not to mention the price.Here I come to save the day!
Good to know you Dean
I wonder if you could answer a few M-O-D questions
that I could not find adequate answers for on the M-O-D forum:
1.) I know you are a (controlled) loop enthusiast, has there been a looper (that works) developed for the M-O-D? On the forum there was some talk about a 4-trk looper but it seems to have bugs...
, I will be honest, I kind of hate computers. Love them too, but...
My question is for a Mac and that I am running 10.6.8. If I upgrade my old software
will not work (I might as well get a new computer). I have not found that question
addressed on either the website or the forum so I assume it is not an issue, or is it?
Specifically, is there a OS threshold that the M-O-D works from or works best with?
3.) Last question: I think that you mentioned that you use a midi controller along with the
M-O-D, any information to pass along on how that works? Sorry if I missed that in a previous post.