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V-Collection / Re: ASC crashes when trying to open it
« Last post by Edouard_Arturia on Today at 12:02:23 pm »
Hi !

Can you please provide your support ticket number ?

I will try to provide more help asap.

Best Regards

Edouard
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BeatStep / Re: Disable the SEQ mode ?
« Last post by Phil_G on Today at 08:25:23 am »
Please make this feature.
Or release the firmware source code.

YES source code please! Arturia make aesthetically pleasing hardware that's really well made but they can't code for sh1t.
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BeatStep / Re: total noob needs help routing midi...is killing me
« Last post by flocked on July 24, 2016, 11:26:02 pm »
I removed the thru box from the equation and routed beatstep to midi in on ES-1 then ES-1 thru to SubP.  everything works except the control functions of the beatstep to SubP...
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BeatStep / total noob needs help routing midi...is killing me
« Last post by flocked on July 24, 2016, 10:46:56 pm »
I'm new to midi gear.  I would like to run a (from what I am told) simple setup and I am proving myself to be an idiot.  Can you Help?

I have the beatstep, an Electribe ES-1 MK2 and a Sub Phatty.   

I also have a midi thru box.

I'm trying to either run the ES-1 as master or the Beatstep as master. I use the Beatstep as a hidden functions controller for the sub phatty as well as running sequences to the SubP. 

Ideally I would like to retain the functions from Beatstep to SubP while either the ES-1 or the Beastep being clock. 

anyone have ideas? 
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V-Collection / Re: ASC crashes when trying to open it
« Last post by musicman100 on July 24, 2016, 10:32:44 pm »
Whatever license scheme asc uses has got to be tied to hardware other than the HD, attempting to remove  ASC via normal means apparently is not cleaning it completely, there are some vestiges remaining tied to my old mother board, thats the only idea I have

tech support has tried very SIMPLE offers, but this is not a simple issue, why for the life of me  ASC doesnt start with a clean slate, but the crash is centered around the software center AGENT which is the culprit of the crash


well I am at the point of giving up and giving up on arturia ...
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In fact I would like to do both:

a) I would like to import some midi drum patterns into iSpark
b) I would like to copy iSpark patterns into Cubasis

Is either or both possible directly or with any kind of workaround?
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MiniBrute / Re: Minibrute hardware issue: 2months and only 4 email responses
« Last post by Davori on July 24, 2016, 12:35:15 pm »
Thanks for the response :)

Here's an update:

19th July 14:58: Sorry for the slow response, please send the unit back to where you purchased it.

19th July 15:41: No worries. As per receipt, it was purchased in the USA, so that would be a logistical nightmare, can I please just return it directly to you?

This was sort of apparent from my address and receipt included in my first email 10/6.
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AudioFuse / Pharmacy shop mypharmacydrugs prices low
« Last post by Kennethzow on July 24, 2016, 10:50:41 am »
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MiniBrute / Re: Shameful lack of support for busted Brute
« Last post by Kloak on July 24, 2016, 04:18:28 am »
Yeah,their hardware is horrible just like the tech support. I will never buy anything from this company again.
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KeyLab Users Community / Re: Keylab 88 sent back b/c of muddy action
« Last post by hpunyon on July 23, 2016, 11:14:18 pm »
I am very interested in this thread.  I also purchased the Keylab 88 online from a trusted vendor back in June 2015.  I had never played it in a store and went with the "Fatar" name, reduced weight (like you, I've used an Alesis, but mine is the original QS-8), and others' reviews at the time.

My experience with the Keylab 88 is very similar to yours, except that I decided to not return the unit, instead taking the approach that by playing it, I would build up endurance and strength, which has happened.  But, in all honesty, the action is _very_ dense feeling, and (my guess is that) the aftertouch sensor may have a lot to do with it.  I can "feel" that I am pressing into, and bouncing back from, something at the bottom of the key travel, and I believe the sensor (must be some sort of "strip") is the core - wish it could be removed, if so.

When I first played the action I was concerned about whether I could endure through a set of music, or even execute certain parts with the action.

Now I can, but I think I'd buy another 88 key controller in a minute if I found one that felt better, all bells, whistles, pads, buttons, etc. aside.

I do have to wonder about the demo unit you played - and why that unit felt so much better - a shame they all don't.
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