QuNeo Editor 1.2 Overview

Here’s an overview, via Keith McMillen Instruments, of the new features in QuNeo Editor 1.2.

Features:

  • Pad Banks – lets you have 4 banks of pad values per preset
  • Pitch Bend available on Pads for X and Y axis
  • Pressure and Note sources can now have Toggle behavior
  • Adjustable on/off thresholds for sliders and rotaries
  • MIDI In when using MIDI Expander. Improved MIDI out behavior
  • Adjustable channel numbers for Remote LED control per sensor type
  • Shift-click to select multiple sensors and edit them at the same time
  • Individual X and Y return values
  • Automatically update presets to be compatible with current version when mporting older presets into new editor
  • Edit panes can now have a basic, advanced, and LED tab

No additional information is available on KMI’s download page yet.

Update: We heard from KMI staff this morning with some additional information:

We’re going to release 1.2.2 soon, but saw that you were looking for 1.2.1 features in your post today.”

New Features:

  • Template for Algoriddim’s djay
  • Launchpad Emulator Template for Ableton Live
  • Monome support
  • Pad Banks: 4 banks of pad notes per preset
  • Individual X and Y return values
  • Pitch Bend available on pads for X and Y axis
  • Pressure and Note sources can have Toggle behavior
  • Adjustable on/off thresholds for sliders and rotaries
  • Program Change send and receive
  • Improved sensor response and rotary behavior
  • Edit panes tabs for Basic, Advanced, and LED settings
  • Improved MIDI Expander functionality
  • Shift-click selects multiple sensors for simultaneous editing
  • Automatically update V 1.1 presets when importing into V 1.2
  • Adjustable channel numbers for remote LED control per sensor type
  • New Installers: easier to use

via KMI

3 thoughts on “QuNeo Editor 1.2 Overview

  1. Cool Cool 🙂

    The first time my girlfriend saw this thing in a magazine I was flipping through, she said ” That looks like a make-up tray”

    Lol

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