Hello. I am recently experiencing perhaps a glitch (unless I am doing something wrong) in regards to the count-in click track measures before recording.
When I create a new song the click track count in works as expected. Also, after stopping the song and switching to a brand new unused Song Part the click count in works as well.
However, if I stop the song after I have recorded Track 1 then move to Track 2 and hit record it does NOT give me a measure of count in; instead it immediately starts recording. In my opinion if you set the mode to count-in a measure before recording it should ALWAYS add a measure of click before beginning a recording from a stopped position. This situation also occurs if I undo a track. Unless the Song Part is totally unused at all when I hit record it immediately starts recording without a count-in measure. It only adds the count in when I switch to a brand new unused Song Part. As soon as something has been recorded on it, even if I undo it, the count-in function is no longer available; instead it just immediately starts recording. So that means even on Track 1 if I make a mistake on the first time through I no longer have the option of using a 1 measure count in. The only way to fix it so I get a count in again is to clear the whole song and start over or switch over to Song Part 2 (assuming part 2 is totally blank cause otherwise the count in wouldn’t work).
Hopefully this can be patched in a future update as I am using the Aeros to create song Parts and Tracks one at a time while stopping each track after I have successfully recorded the phrase. It is becoming quite a hassle not having a count-in measure when I try to add another Track to the same song part as I have to let the whole loop of the first track play in it’s entirety before I can enter on beat one of the 2nd track.
Also to let you know I am on Version 3.0.0 as I am awaiting the wifi download of the latest firmware.
Please let me know if I am doing something wrong or if this is indeed a bug and could be patched up. Thanks for your help.
-Jason (Dayton, OH)