In which case, lets say you EDIT a few of the 'A~H' parameters and before you SAVE it, the screen will look something like:-
Att=+10 / Dec=-2/ Sus=+6/ Rel=-9/ and so on...
That's great, but when you exit PROG and then return to it (the same patch) again, the display reads:-
Att=0 / Dec=0/ Sus=0/ Rel=0/ and so on...!
Surely it would be better to show:-
Att=+10 / Dec=-2/ Sus=+6/ Rel=-9/ and so on... because then you can see (compare) how/what has been changed compared to the factory DEFAULT!?
Same over here
- so it's NOT
depending on the firmware revision...
I'm with you saying it would be better to show the ACTUAL
value(s) of that parameters instead showing "00" (which perhaps should tell you that NO
values have been changed since selecting
) And that moment you'll change one (or more) of this values the M1 shows the new value of that parameter(s) to inform you...
My (key related) gear (in alphabetical order):
Kawai: K1 II
Korg: M1 (up'd to EX, w/ 'Cool Blue'), M1REX (w/ 'Cool Blue'), Poly-800
Roland: D-50, D-110, D-550, PG-1000
Yamaha: AW1600, DX7IID (w/ 'Cool Blue'), EX5R, RM50, RX5, SY99 (w/ 'Cool Blue'), TG500, TX-802, YMM2
Sector101: SYEMB05 (5x), SYEMB06 (3x), EXFLM2 (1kit), MCD Sweet16 (1x), WaveBlade 8MB Card (1x) & 1x Programmer Unit for WaveBlade