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What gear have you sold because the User Interface drove you nuts?

Elantric

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What gear have you sold because the User Interface drove you nuts?

For developers, review the Project BBQ A/V gear think tank Reports - many reveal the importance of providing a user experience maintaining a high element of "Flow" on Music gear User Interface experience
Project BBQ reports


Project BBQ: User Interface Design Issues for Audio Creation Tools

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sleewell2

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Sounds stellar. And it's a tired answer. But it's a tired answer for a reason.


agree. sounded amazing. i probably should have kept it just for this one 5150 patch i downloaded but it was never going to be something i could use live without a computer so i sold it.

i'll complete the big 3 trifecta at some point and grab another fractal product. the effects are just as amazing as the amps.
 

JasonE

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I didn't actually sell it. I just stopped using it, Axe FX Ultra. I was really not a fan of how the UI works on that device. It is way too many steps to make a small change from the face of the unit. I tried to gig with it and it was impossible for me. I had to have my laptop connected to it all the time so I could make small tweaks for the venu I was at. I am now thinking about selling it along with a ton of other things. I am at that point where I just have too many things like that in which I have just stopped using.
 

Watt McCo

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What gear have you sold because the User Interface was too many layers of menu diving?
I don't think any.

I'll get hate on this, but I find Helix to require the most "menu diving" of the modern devices. Every time you add a block you have to go through "kind of block"; "stereo or mono"; "what actual block" before you even get to having a block to work with. pick-list-diving is just menu-diving by a different name.
 

JiveTurkey

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I don't think any.

I'll get hate on this, but I find Helix to require the most "menu diving" of the modern devices. Every time you add a block you have to go through "kind of block"; "stereo or mono"; "what actual block" before you even get to having a block to work with. pick-list-diving is just menu-diving by a different name.
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luckymethod

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What gear have you sold because the User Interface was too many layers of menu diving?

HX Stomp and I would have sold the SY-300 if there was anything out there that sounded similarly with a better UI. If the Axe 3 didn't have the computer editor I would probably sell that one too. Honorable mention to Meris Enzo (screw that pedal), it came and went in exactly 3 days.
 




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