I've just finished the racked version of my Axoloti, now it runs smoothly in my studio.
Last evening tried a few patches, old noodles, etc., and actually came across my old problem with the platform, that I almost forgot : (for me) it seems, if you're not a regular forum member, you're kinda' lost.
The patching software is a bit outdated, can't really see any progress there, yet, there is a lot of potential in it, like better graphics, more stable operation, etc.
It is unbelievable that I can't double click on a patch to load it into the patcher software. Maybe it is just me and my system, I don't know, but it is really frustrating.
My other problem is the "jungle" of patches, sub patches, modules, user modules, libraries, etc. I mean, again, maybe it's just me, but I just need something more ... how to say it in a polite way, easy to use, maybe?
In my studio, I also have a MicroModular and honestly, the Axoloti is MUCH more powerful than that little box, but, far more hard to use. I mean, on Mac, even with a WineBottled editor, it is far more stable than the modern Axoloti.
Don't get me wrong, I love this thing. It has given me so much fun-time, but compared to other things in my studio, it is not really user friendly...hah, actually, that is the expression I was looking for : Axoloti has to be more user friendly.
I don't know, maybe the creator of the project could involve others into the development of the patcher, I don't really know, I'm not an expert.
Just another thing comes in mind right now is the sub-patcher - patcher thing...I know, you can copy the sub-patchers into your folder and you can point the software's search path to the folder, yet, you can't really create single file patches...I mean, for me, and again, forgive me, I do not want to be rude, but the whole thing is sooooo nerdy, it is literally a jungle, sometimes, a mess to handle.
I am pretty sure, this could be a true replacement of the Nord, but now, it is "just another crazy DIY DSP thing..." and honestly, seems a bit "abandoned"?
Guys, sorry if I was emotional, but...you know, I just wanted to be honest.