Thanks for replying so quickly. I re-entered the three items as separate feature requests.
This doesn’t seem as useful as the current logic and we likely will not add it in. The way the Aeros works is if you have Sync length on, and your original recording is even, all subsequent recordings in that song will always be even.
I wonder if you completely understood what I’m saying. (I’m a computer programmer).
Current logic is button pushed to end recording or overdub can be done anytime within a measure and will trigger end of recording at the end of that measure. While recording the length of the loop is being shown on the left so It’s obvious that number is available to the program.
I suggest a (switched) slight change to that logic that interprets the switch (end loop) press, looks at the measure count and if it’s an odd numbered measure terminate recording at the end of the next EVEN numbered measure.
As I said, at fast tempos this could be invaluable.
Undoing a track and re-recording over it is the same premise and satiates the need to delete tracks. Deleting tracks is not so straightforward and we will not be allowing this any time soon if ever. You can already delete a part by pressing the song part icon on the touchscreen, you can only delete the current last part. Deleting is not undoable.
This COULD be accomplished by programming the export/import routine to be able to operate at the song level. In other words, one could export the SONG (including WAV files), delete tracks/parts in the program (and/or add/edit parts as WAVs in a DAW) and re-import as an entire song.