No offense meant here, but if you think that with such verbiage as "We tried to address the major issues we've seen in other sequencers and controllers, plus adding ideas that are new to the game", and keeping people "abreast" of OXI progress as far as getting stamped metal face plates and custom knobs ..., if you think with that you are going to convince people to buy your product, or generate a lasting buzz/interest, you might find yourself cruelly disappointed.CarlosUnch wrote: ↑Fri Jan 29, 2021 3:01 pmWe don't like to compare to other gear since there's a lot of good and not so good stuff out there. We tried to address the major issues we've seen in other sequencers and controllers, plus adding ideas that are new to the game. We packed a TON of functionality and expandability is a given, we have exciting ideas for future updates and devices that will add value to it.oscilloscope wrote: ↑Fri Jan 29, 2021 4:58 amCandid question: except for the array of step buttons, what in terms of features and functionalities would make your sequencer "better" than Pyramid ?
People who buy sequencers are generally quite knowledgeable about sequencers, they have painstakingly and rationally compared the different offerings. They are not like newbies looking for their first synth or drum machine .... And PR things like: "We packed a TON of functionality and expandability is a given", are just not going to cut it until and unless we see detailed specs, and frankly it borders on disrespect.
Maybe, fearing "copycats" you prefer not to disclose precisely the functionalities and features and specs of your product until it is ready and on the market. I can sort of understand that: this type of marketing strategy might satisfy OXI management. However it renders the usefulness and purpose of this whole thread and discussion (to me as a reader/poster, and probably to many others) quite ... let's say, negligible (being polite here ...).