Another probably silly pair of questions here, but is there:
A) a way to limit a given arp to only octaves regardless of the number of notes in the current chord?
B) a way to limit the maximum octave a given arp hits?
I wish Arp 1 to play a (single) octave ostenato bass line of the current root, regardless of whether I play one, two, three, or more notes in the current chord. It needs to follow/track bounce and rhythm for a varied rhythmic / octave pulse.
I wish Arp 2 to play an ascending arpeggio of the current chord, BUT if I only play one or two notes (live playing) I don't want it to go running off screeching into the atmosphere.
With Arp 1, if I set Jump to any value to try to hit the octave, that value needs to change based on the number of keys played. If I set it to only a length of 1, it never goes up an octave and bounce doesn't let it set the pattern of the octave pulse.
With Arp 2, if I play fewer than three notes, it jumps up too many octaves and ruins the effect. Setting up/down or up/down/up helps a little, but that's not the pattern I want. I'd either want it to a) clip on hitting some max octave up or b) bounce back down (/up) ONLY if it hits the octave limit.