I remember being in contact with Repeater product mgt./engineering before the Repeater was released. I sent them an outrageous feature list.
They told me they'd have them in software version 2.
Boy was I surprised when v2 was actually released and contained all of my feature requests...
Of course, that didn't really matter because I had already switched to a complicated software provided for free.
That being said:
1. I can't think of a reason why anyone would want sw v1.
2. I wouldn't understand why you'd want a Repeater emulation, rather than enabling Möbius to replace the Repeater.
Hi everyone, I'm emerging from hibernation for a bit and I have a question.
I bought a Repeater awhile ago out of curiosity and am thinking about sending it off to Condor for the usual hardware and software upgrades. I'm toying with software emulation, but I know enough about pitch shifting algorithms to admit I probably won't come close to duplicating that. Still, I'd like to understand how the basic control flow of the Repeater works. Everyone wants the hardware noise mods. But is the 2.x software upgrade something everyone would want or are there folks that prefer the original 1.x version? I'd rather not mess with both versions, but as my wife reminds me, my life's calling seems to be providing complicated free software to dozens of people :-)