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Thank you for the thoughts, I'll ponder some more options but right now I used midiCCModulator to get it to go back to 0
Modular V3 - Technical issues / Re: Sample and Hold doesn't work at all
« Last post by LBH on Today at 04:12:18 am »
HA! It's exactly those videos that got me interested in Sample and Hold.

Yes i had a feeling about that. Great. :)
Oh yeah. Sorry. But perhaps if you raise the MIN value a little in the MIDI learn Dialog Window. Have you tried?

Otherwise the nearest you can get is to have a slope for the prdal that's as weak as possible in the beginning. You can set a slope in a Studio One Macro control. Perhaps that work?

I would still say it's a hardware fault if the pedal don't go back to zero unless it's not supposed to do so. But it don't matter if you can work around it.
I have recently shifted my controllers joystick for that same reason. Now it go back to zero again.

Don't think i have other ideas right now. Good luck.
No, sorry, that's not what I mean, I mean, I use the sustain pedal as an expression pedal, I literally have the sustain pedal plugged into the expression pedal input on the keylab 88, the only problem with it is that it doesn't always hit 0 when I release it but it's a continuous pedal that sends the full range from 0 to 127
HA! It's exactly those videos that got me interested in Sample and Hold.
HI guys, picked up a used Keylab 49.  I've had to replace a broken USB connector and fix a broken key.  Now the device is not recognised by my PC.  Losing patience...

Hope someone can help.

The KL powers on fine, my computer plings but the driver fails to install.  Windows says "No driver found":

I can find the device "Keylab 49" in Device Manager, but it is shown under "Other Devices".

The Midi Control Center software detects that a Keylab 49 is connected to the PC but the sync button and software upgrade button fail to work.

Thanks for any help

KeyLab Users Community / Re: Keylab 88 sent back b/c of muddy action
« Last post by hpunyon on Today at 12:17:17 am »
@pax-eterna:  I had tried all the previous fixed curves in the past and had settled on "4", personally.  After the upgrade to, I now like 6 (not sure if the fixed curves changed at all.)

But, thanks for the suggestion; I updated KL88 firmware only a few of days ago, so was not aware of the User Velocity curve capability.  The User Velocity Curve looks interesting, and maybe was created as Arturia's response to people who complained about the touch -- so not all complaints are tiresome to all people.

And get some sleep, if you're tired.  =)

@ARTURIA:  Are the details of the 10 fixed velocity curves in the KL88 documented anywhere?  It would be great if they were, so users could branch off and make adjustments, starting with a User Curve modeled after their most favorite curve, and tweaking from that starting point.

In other words, how would I program a User Curve to be the same as built-in curve "6" or "4" ?
Modular V3 - Technical issues / Re: Sample and Hold doesn't work at all
« Last post by LBH on July 28, 2016, 11:50:00 pm »
Just stumpled on ths videos about sample and hold. Perhaps someone is interested. Modular V2 is used in the videos.
Richard Lainhart: Advanced Synthesis - Sample and Hold videos.

The first example using the S+H module is actually like the one Tausenberg described and i did to test and found worked for me. It worked like shown in the videos.
Synclavier V - Technical Issues / Re: The Synclavier V... sampling missing ?
« Last post by drpgleeson on July 28, 2016, 11:49:51 pm »
Re "missing" resynthesis: my recollection (I was an early Synclavier adapter back in the day) is that while NED promised resynthesis, there never was a program doing actual resynthesis, which requires two parts: an analysis method of the input waveform and a reproduction method to create the synthesized output waveform. The analysis, to be useful, would have to be more than static -- it would require analyzing many samples of the actual instrument. I won't even get into blown or bowed instruments, which are relatively trickier. But even a resynthesized piano would probably need at least 50 loudness levels (and some classical pianists claim that they have 100 loudness levels at their command). Each of these levels would have a different overtone profile varying over time. You'd have to capture that in some way -- either laboriously analyzing the original waveform many times--every millisecond would be, I'd guess, pretty much the minimum -- or else figuring out some clever way of building an algorhithm that produced an analogous dynamic overtone change based, for instance, on the overtone decays subsequent to the vibration of a taut metal string.

Anyway, what I'm saying is that actual resynthesis has never been successfully managed. I've owned a couple of instruments that purported to produce resampling and they were only able to approximate a "toy" version of the original -- toy flute, etc.

But it's probably more interesting and a whole lot easier to resynthesize a waveform statically -- in other words, reproduce it's overtone series at a single moment of time -- then figure out "interesting" rather than "accurate" ways of dynamically changing it: FM, AM, periodic or aperiodic manipulation of individual overtones or groups of overtones, , overtone frequency shifting, etc. For instance, you could resynthesize an mf piano, then arrange a way of shifting the overtone series from the usual one for most melodic instruments to the overtone series for a struck rod. If this were available as a dynamic modulation using a mod wheel, listening to the transformation could be musically and conceptually pleasing.

Having said this, I doubt that Arturia's going to spend a lot of money developing a resynthesis capability (although I'd love to be wrong); for one thing, not many musicians really want to dive into the complexities of a resynthesis program.  Or any synthesis program, for that matter. One of the guys at Sequential Circuits told me that almost all the original Prophet 5s that came back for service still had all 40 of the original factory patches, without the slightest alteration.   
Synclavier V - Technical Issues / @%%$@&#!!!!!
« Last post by drpgleeson on July 28, 2016, 11:30:38 pm »
So, I registered to enter the forum and responded at length to the question of resynthesis. Then tried to preview. Then was sent back with the admonition that to post you had to be registered. So registered again and returned to ....A BLANK PAGE.

It's this kind of thing that informs my opinion of Arturia generally.

(Dr) Patrick Gleeson
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