We've got a new firmware release which amongst other things fixes a couple of bugs (notably: save settings to flash) and introduces an exciting new feature: sample accurate triggers!
Sample accurate triggers means that the pushbutton state can be determined not just on a block basis, but with the exact time (in samples) that it changed.
This means ridiculously accurate envelopes, tap tempo and anything else you might want to trigger with a button.
And remember that on the OWL Modular this can be automated with the Push input and output.
We've got a new Envelope class in the library which uses this, and a few cool new patches including a tap tempo delay and crazy oscillators. Check out the patch library for the latest.
Also worth noting is that this release fixes a couple of patch bugs. There was a weird issue with two of Oli Larkin's patches where the wet signal would rapidly fade out to become inaudible: DualFreqShifter and StereoFreqShifter. Oli tracked this down to the quadrature oscillator used in a Hilbert transform. This has been fixed, so make sure you give these patches another chance as they're really great - some awesome stereo phasing effects to be had!