2018-07-06T16:43:48Z true 36000211683 82 36000004500 36000011499 false 4 true 2018-09-20T08:48:45Z 36011655989 6 0 ROLI Seaboard Rise X-Y Pad Choppy/Jumpy 2018-07-27T08:24:40Z 36009439399 0 false I am absolutely in love with my ROLI Seaboard RISE 49.  It is a game changer and delivers everything that has been missing for me as a keyboardist.  I have this one annoying thing that is going on and I'm wondering if others have experienced it as well.  My ROLI is plugged directly into my DAW via USB.  Everything seems to work great except the X-Y pad.   90% of the time it is working perfectly fine and then every five to ten seconds or so while I am moving my finger across it, the visual contact point stops moving on the screen and the sound stays the same as where the visual contact point stops moving and then a second or two later there is a correction and the visual point and the sound jump immediately to the correct point.  This results in the sound jumping which ruins any attempt at smooth modulation.  I haven't noticed this at all with the 3 single sliders, so I may attempt to just map the modulations to those separately and see if that works but it isn't anywhere near as convenient as the X-Y pad.  Seeing if anyone else out there has encountered this.  I have tried both Cyan and White mode to see if one worked better than the other and there is no difference. <div dir="ltr"><p>I am absolutely in love with my ROLI Seaboard RISE 49.  It is a game changer and delivers everything that has been missing for me as a keyboardist.  I have this one annoying thing that is going on and I'm wondering if others have experienced it as well.  My ROLI is plugged directly into my DAW via USB.  Everything seems to work great except the X-Y pad.  </p><p><br></p><p>90% of the time it is working perfectly fine and then every five to ten seconds or so while I am moving my finger across it, the visual contact point stops moving on the screen and the sound stays the same as where the visual contact point stops moving and then a second or two later there is a correction and the visual point and the sound jump immediately to the correct point.  This results in the sound jumping which ruins any attempt at smooth modulation.  I haven't noticed this at all with the 3 single sliders, so I may attempt to just map the modulations to those separately and see if that works but it isn't anywhere near as convenient as the X-Y pad.  Seeing if anyone else out there has encountered this.  I have tried both Cyan and White mode to see if one worked better than the other and there is no difference.</p> </div> 2018-07-06T16:43:48Z 36000211683 36000008829 true 36000004500 false 2018-07-06T16:43:48Z 36009439399 0 true Hi Ken, Typically the XY Touchpad requires a bit more pressure than the keywave surface itself, so if you're using sufficient pressure it should respond well without noticeable jumping. If when using sufficient pressure you continue to experience this, please feel free to get in touch with our support team – including a video may be helpful. Red <p style="">Hi Ken,</p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">Typically the XY Touchpad requires a bit more pressure than the keywave surface itself, so if you're using sufficient pressure it should respond well without noticeable jumping. If when using sufficient pressure you continue to experience this, please feel free to <a href="https://support.roli.com/support/tickets/new" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">get in touch with our support team</a> – including a video may be helpful.</p><p style=""><br></p><p style="">Red</p> 2018-07-10T15:52:47Z 36000211683 36000008971 true 36000004500 false 2018-07-30T00:40:10Z 36000364004 1 false Red, you were absolutely correct.  The surface is sensitive enough that for the most part it works perfectly with just the lightest touch like on the keyboard portion of the controller but every once in a while, the light touch isn't enough to produce continuous control signals.  Giving a firmer touch solved the problem.  Seems so simple after the fact.  Thanks! <div dir="ltr"><p>Red, you were absolutely correct.  The surface is sensitive enough that for the most part it works perfectly with just the lightest touch like on the keyboard portion of the controller but every once in a while, the light touch isn't enough to produce continuous control signals.  Giving a firmer touch solved the problem.  Seems so simple after the fact.  Thanks!</p> </div> 2018-07-30T00:40:11Z 36000211683 36000009727 true 36000004500 false 2018-07-30T00:40:11Z 36009439399 0 false It would be nice to be able to adjust the pressure, I need to apply considerable. <div dir="ltr"><p>It would be nice to be able to adjust the pressure, I need to apply considerable.</p> </div> 2018-09-20T08:48:45Z 36000211683 36000011499 true 36000004500 false 2018-09-20T08:48:45Z 36011655989 0