This page contains a link to the the releases so far.
General installation instructions
Each release is provided as a zipped “.tup” file, to be loaded into the Tenori-On in the same way as you loaded v2.10.
That is :
- Unpack the .zip file and copy the
.tup to the TENORI-ON folder on your SD card.
- Insert the SD card into your TENORI-ON. Turn the TENORI-ON while pressing [OK] and [CANCEL] simultaneously.
- After a short time, the firmware data list is displayed.
- Use the jog dial to select the firmware data to install, and then push the OK button.
- Press the OK button again when the “Start Update ?” query appears.
- The update will start after about 20 seconds. The update process takes about 90 seconds in total.
- Depending on SD card type, more time may be required.
When installation is complete, switch the TENORI-ON off, then on again.
The following then differs from the standard approach, because expected locations for things have moved around a bit.
If the system hangs on startup (i.e. never moves on from the title screen), then you will need to do a TEST MODE Factory reset. This will remove any loaded samples and reset back to “normal” rather than “advanced” mode, but it is easy to put these back.
- Turn off, then turn on while holding [L1] and [CLEAR]. The text “Test Mode” and “TEST” will appear
- Use the rotary dial to change “TEST” to “047 Factory Set”. Press OK
- Wait until the “–” has changed to “End”. Then turn off and turn on.
If the system didn’t hang on startup, it is recommended to perform the “normal” factory reset, which is the same, but retains the user loaded samples. Use the System Menu to perform a Factory Reset. After this you will need to restore the normal Tenori-on advance mode ([L1] + [L5] on startup).
Note that, while I try to retain as much backward compatibility as possible, some releases will not play songs/layers/blocks from earlier releases (or the 2.10 release) correctly, since certain settings have changed.
Liability Waiver !
Please note that while these images work on my Tenori-on, I hold no liability for any damage they may cause to yours!
List of releases and downloads
The latest release is A026. (July 27th 2020). The known open bugs in the latest release can be seen below.
Each release contains, cumulatively, all the previous release features, so it is only necessary to download and install the latest release. The list of features in the latest release can most easily be seen by looking at the New Features tag.
|Release||Adds||Feature link||Download link|
|A026||Meta controller feature improvements||Score+Score256 mode : meta controllers act “in time” rather than late.
Score256 mode : current block does not change when block change meta used
|Refined MIDI features, fix for bugs 004 and 007||MIDI Transport, Extended Recording, Extended MIDI quiet, Extended Block change||A025 firmware|
|A024||Bugfix release||Performance improvement, Fix for bugs 010 + 011||A024 firmware|
|Unlocked (limited) user sample pitch shifting||Limited User sample pitch shift||A023 firmware|
|A022||Bugfix release||Fix for bugs 008 + 009||A022 firmware|
|A021||Arp-4 meta controller + fix for bug 006||Arp-4 meta controller||A021 firmware|
|A019||Transpose meta controller + fix for bugs 003 and 005||Master Transpose meta controller||A019 firmware|
|Block change meta controller + fix for bug 002||Block change meta controller||A017 firmware|
|Control Change||Control Change||A016 firmware|
|A014||Bugfix release||Fixes bug 001 : “Save as Alarm / Chime / Default” error||A014 firmware|
|256-step score||Score 256||A013 firmware|
|A010||Remote block change||Block change||A010 firmware|
|Selectable Sysex output||Midi quiet||A009 firmware|
|A008||Per-layer midi channels||Per layer midi channel||A008 firmware|
|Per layer scales||A006 firmware|
List of open bugs
|ID||Issue||Appears in||Fix status|
|012||Launching master loop point from score256 when loop points are offscreen leaks LED state (similar to 003, 008)||A022||Open|
List of closed bugs
|ID||Issue||Appears in||Fix status|
|001||Save As (Save as default, save as alarm, save as time signal) fails for settings - saved settings are not used.||A008-A013||Fixed in A014 and later|
|002||In score modes, changing blocks to block N results in notes playing that are a mixture of blocks N and N+1||A015-A016||Fixed in A017|
|003||Using the block change meta controller, the LED display of the loop points doesn’t update, so that L4 shows loop points that are “off screen”||A017-A018||Fixed in A019|
|004||Using the rotary dial to modify the loop points while [L4] is pressed causes the TNR to reboot||A013-A024||Fixed in A025|
|006||Release A019 broke the recorder from A018 !||A019||Fixed in A021|
|007||Midi recorder timing (i.e. grid position) in score mode incorrect||A018, A021-A024||Fixed in A025|
|005||Saving + loading blocks and songs with the new layer settings does not preserve the new settings||A013-A018||Fixed in A019|
|008||Similar to 003, off-screen loop display in score-256 “leaks” into current display when function keys are used||A021||Fixed in A022|
|009||Layer 16 has “ghost” notes in block 1 when block is playing off-screen||A013-A021||Fixed in A022|
|010||Setting layer volume with [R4] results in some LEDs dimly lit incorrectly (visual effect only)||A016-A023||Closed in A024|
|011||Master Scale menu range does not include all user defined scales||A022||Closed in A024|