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Mini V / Automate Range Osc2
« Last post by newcomer.band on Today at 06:31:57 am »
Hey Guys! I'm using the Arturia Mini V in Logic and I want to automate the range of JUST oscillator 2. I have a section of the song where I want oscillator 2 to jump from 32 up to 16, then up to 8, then back down to 16, then down to 32.

I tried to use the pitchbend but it's not a clean jump from octave to octave because it...well...it bends it. I can hear the notes slide up and down and I just want it to jump!

I'm sure there's a way to do this but I just can't figure it out. Any advice would be awesome. Thanks in advance!
So I updated my Spark 2 software to the latest version ( and my SparkLE to the latest firmware ( but I still can't seem to get this going.

I've tried routing every which way (Instrument tracks, MIDI/Aux combinations, MIDI channels to/from SparkLE and the plugin itself) but I can't seem to get any usable automation.  All possible automation parameters in Spark 2 are enabled as lanes in ProTools but it seems difficult to record/playback any of the performance/XY stuff. 

The manual is light on on information regarding SparkLE's MIDI integration with host applications, section 7.2 mentioned Spark Creative explicitly but little information on SparkLE.

Am I doing it wrong?
KeyLab / Various Standalones
« Last post by Paul_Raccoon on Today at 02:22:50 am »
Hello Arturia Forums !!

You see, Im a few months new to this world, Keylab user, and what I wanted with this controller was to have more/ better sounds than from my keyboard with onboard sounds.

But I really donīt know how to.

I know how to use the analog lab in itīs standalone app, but what I wanted was to use a sound from there and then in a same song, for example, switch to another vst sound like Ezkeys.

Could you give any advise on how to do that ? But really in a dummys way explanation. :P

Thanks in advance !  8)
MiniLab / velocity sensitivity
« Last post by FilmCompos3r on Today at 02:03:52 am »
I just bought a used mini lab and am finding the velocity control pretty hit or miss. Overall it's hard to be particularly expressive, and some keys seem to trigger high velocities easier than others.

Is this simply a byproduct of the cheap keybed or is it possible a new unit will perform better?
I have the same problem: Error 01. I've reinstalled the ASC and the whole Analog Lab pack many times. Nothing seems to work. My firewall is deactivated, there is nothing weird going on in the hosts file. I don't know what to do.
Spark Users Community / Re: What is the future of Spark?
« Last post by jsmirk on October 09, 2015, 09:56:54 pm »
Agreed, I definitely don't need a 3.0. I'd just like to see it work with the LE controller at all in Logic, but hat has yet to happen.
I always make the pattern switch on the step 15 light and it's smooth as butter and happens on 1.

That's the trick then?  Step 15, the upbeat, and not step 16?  I'll try it asap.  Thanks for sharing.

Still, I'd prefer the ability to change it on the 13... step 15 @ 120+bpm is a little tight if you are also trying to control additional hardware (the things being sequenced). 

Hopefully this will be sorted long before Christmas (or even Black Friday) so Arturia can start building some true positive online buzz for the Beatstep Pro. 

(And copy SEQ1 to SEQ2 please)

/squeaky wheel
Jupiter-8V Users Community / Re: LFO reset button?
« Last post by chillcarrier on October 09, 2015, 06:42:04 pm »
Oh boy, nobody ever replied? :o

Just stumbled over the same problem here, did you ever find a way to restart the LFO? Or anybody else?

- chillcarrier
KeyLab / Re: Tweakable parameters?
« Last post by drob on October 09, 2015, 05:30:27 pm »
It does, thanks! :-)
General Discussion on Beatstep Pro / Re: New Setting Drum request
« Last post by jahasw on October 09, 2015, 05:17:24 pm »
to add to this note above, drum tracks really need to be able to switch midi channels per track, and midi notes sent per track from the BSP itself, without the need for software.

Melodic sequencers effectively have this behaviour of changing instruments via CHAN button. It would make easier of having different drum instruments per project without having to resort to win/mac which all of us don't have handy.

And a lot of other feature requests that I think make a lot of sense for BSP, including all sorts of group edit, copy/paste, default pitch/velo/gate values for newly enabled notes, queued pattern change mode / finish pattern before change, pattern nudge left/right all activated via maybe shift button and step buttons, currently only 1st step button has function of "clear ptn" with shift button.

maybe assign more features accessible from hardware, ppl can always use label makers to have other labels under other step buttons too, so don't have to memorize what is what :)
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