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I put a new song in my music website.  Almost all of the synths are from Arturia/Analog Lab.  There is some electric guitar and electric bass also.  Please tell me how you like it and how it can be improved.  Check it out at this link:

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=224436&songID=13129911
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General Discussion on BeatStep / Re: first day
« Last post by djmental on Today at 07:16:04 am »
I wrote this MaxForLive-patch to speed up the encoders. Speedfactor 5 would be one turn for the whole 128 values. The ramp is interpolated so you dont hear any glitches.

http://www.maxforlive.com/library/device/2243/beatstep-speeddialer



Will this let me change to any of the 16 presets for changing knobs function ?

I don't want to control just 16 parameters.
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Will this let me change to any of the 16 presets for knobs ?

I don't want to control just 16 parameters.
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BeatStep / Re: LAYERS OF KNOB CONTROL IN CONTROL MODE, 16 PRESETS ?
« Last post by djmental on Today at 06:17:34 am »
My experience with the knobs is that they can be jumpy.  This can make sequencing a bit frustrating at times.  ...- sometimes I rotate the knob by one "click" and the note jumps by 2 or 3 semitones. 

Yeah, that's exactly what I've read in other forums. But I didn't know that it also affected sequencer mode.
Most people seem happy with the knobs in sequencer mode, its as a controller for plugins that they find it unusable.

I suppose you have the fast setting for knob acceleration, right ? Apparently the Slow (Off) setting is unusable.
 Have you tried the medium setting ?
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Spark Technical Issues / Re: SPARK 2.1.0.426 Lag with Logic X
« Last post by jsmirk on Today at 05:44:20 am »
While our motivations for complaining here are selfish in many ways, the biggest shame is how much missed opportunity there is by Arturia.  This product could be fiercely competing with Maschine as a no-brainer purchase for many prosumers and producers (Akai has also missed the mark with the new MPC). The market for a product like Spark would seem to be enormous if it's base of users were out raving about it and big time producers were showing it off in their studio tours. Sequencing solutions in general are very much on the rise and the hardware+software aspect of Spark gives it so much appeal (though I'm starting to feel like the bigger Creative controller is superior to the LE due to the knobs per track and the LCD display).

To syz-x's point, the only way for users to help Arturia make more money is to demand they make better products.
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BeatStep / Re: LAYERS OF KNOB CONTROL IN CONTROL MODE, 16 PRESETS ?
« Last post by jsmirk on Today at 05:27:18 am »
My experience with the knobs is that they can be jumpy.  This can make sequencing a bit frustrating at times.  The knobs have a soft "click" as you turn them so that, in theory, you can adjust the note values by one semitone at a time.  However, this movement is not 100% reliable - sometimes I rotate the knob by one "click" and the note jumps by 2 or 3 semitones.  I've found that I have to watch my MIDI data in Logic to be sure I'm dialing in what I intended, unless I'm merely looking for a happy accident.
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BeatStep / Re: LAYERS OF KNOB CONTROL IN CONTROL MODE, 16 PRESETS ?
« Last post by djmental on Today at 01:02:35 am »
You're comparing Apples and Oranges. Work out what you really want it for then see what's about, these are totally different products.

The sequencer is the proper USP for the beatstep, the knobs you can get on any midi control unit.

I described in detail what I want. I just dont want to spend more than $100 in just knobs and pads. Both the LaunchCONTROL and the Beatstep fit the bill. And both are capable of assigning knobs to more than one function. Beatstep seems better built and knobs are bigger and more separate. It also has a basic Step Sequencer which is a huge plus.

I dont know why you say its like comparing apples and oranges because Arturia has promoted this product both as a sequencer and as a controller.

What would stop me from buying it is the knob functionality. Apparently youre of the few that consider that the Beatstep has a good knob response as a midi controller. Everybody else seems to find something wrong with it.
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Hi all,

I'm having trouble mapping my Arturia MiniLab in Studio One. The "learn midi" function isn't working at all. I can see that it is registering my input (the small flashing arrow for all MIDI input) and I can use the keyboard to play with. But the buttons and knobs aren't working at all. It works fine within the included Arturia software "Analog Lab". There are no presets for any Arturia products within Studio One, so I need to configure the device manually. What settings are you guys using?

Please help me get all the knobs working with S1's learn midi function!

Thank you!
/Ed
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Website / Re: Karma Love
« Last post by CC4 on May 23, 2015, 06:04:48 pm »
Spread the good karma.
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Spark Technical Issues / Re: SPARK 2.1.0.426 Lag with Logic X
« Last post by syz-x on May 23, 2015, 05:38:42 pm »
Hi ,there will be a update coming soon


thanks

terrym

Thanks for the info and for not giving up on this, but forgive me if I'm not jumping up and down, cause I've heard this once or twice before from Arturia and I'm starting to loose my hope for this to ever be solved.

Thinking of claiming my money back for Spark since it is useless with Logic X. It is almost two years now since Logic X was released and even if Arturia had to re-write the whole Spark code you would think that they solved it by now if they tried.

I urge all users, that use spark and logic X, to claim their money back! I'm sorry to say that this is the only way to emphasize Arturia to solve this bug.
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