the cursor is being displayed like this:
- when pattern chain is enabled, the cursor always displays the track that takes the longest to play through once. this has been implemented, so you see when the next change of pattern is imminent
- when the chain is not enabled, the cursor always shows the speed of the selected track
this is why the cursor display might differ between the two modes.
there is one sentence in the manual about this on page 23 in the explanation of the pattern chain. I agree this explanation could be more detailed though.
I´m not quite sure I understand the problem in the video though.
to me the cursor always seems slower in the first pattern than in the second one, regardless of pattern chain, no?
i figured it out. pattern a had track 3 set to 8 clock divider. my bad.
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