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KeyLab / Re: How risky of a purchase is the KeyLab 88?
« Last post by Eric Barker on April 29, 2016, 11:40:59 pm »
The sad reality is that it's far-and-away the best out there for what it is, and pretty much the only think out there. The MPK88 is a back-breaking monstrosity, has a worse keybed, and I hear they have even more technical issues. Aside from that, the rest of the crop is varying degrees of giving up major features. There's the new Infinite Response VAX-MIDI, but it's lacking in faders, you have to build it yourself, and... tbh... it's ugly as SIN.
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KeyLab / Re: Paint Rubbing Off
« Last post by Eric Barker on April 29, 2016, 11:31:40 pm »
Yeah, I've only had mine for about 2 months, and it's already pretty bad. I rest my palm a lot below the first fader (which I use for volume, because I like faders better than encoders for volume), and the line is almost completely gone. I've noticed it smudge in one sitting, I believe at higher temperature and humidity. I'm in the tropics, so that's like all the time.
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KeyLab / Re: Minor bug- can't change Volume encoder on Bank B
« Last post by Eric Barker on April 29, 2016, 11:28:47 pm »
^ this. Almost positive the "Aux" can be used as a CC pedal. I happen to use a momentary, which changes patches, but no reason it couldn't.

In fact, I'm fairly certain all three pedals will read a full 127 values, as this is how "half pedal" sustain pedals work.
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Yeah, I've tried everything... and nothing I do seems to suggest that the Keylab can receive and store values from incoming midi  :(

This makes the toggle setting for the switches practically useless, as it's almost assured that they'll get reversed from the host. At this point, better to just use the momentary setting, and let the host (MainStage) display the toggle setting.

Seems like something a firmware update could/should add.
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BeatStep Pro / Re: Do you have the same bug? It's worth than in older firmware
« Last post by terrym on April 29, 2016, 10:46:31 pm »
Hi, not sure this is problem with the bsp but in logic if you have a left locator and press stop twice in logic it will go back to the locator and start on bar 1 of the bsp . if you stop logic mid bar the time code is kind of lost and it takes a few seconds for the bsp to find where it is so best practice is to press stop twice to stop at a locator so its all in sync.




Terrym
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BeatStep Pro / Re: Do you have the same bug? It's worth than in older firmware
« Last post by maddyman on April 29, 2016, 09:07:18 pm »
I don't know if I'm the only one who uses the BSP in a DAW like I described before.
Can somebody confirm this issue? I downgraded the firmware to see if it really worked there an re-upgraded to 1.4.0.20 and it still sticks in the way I posted before.
Please try your test if I'm not the only one and I could ask arturia directly.
Thx
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BeatStep Pro / POLL: most wanted new firmware features
« Last post by jahasw on April 29, 2016, 08:40:50 pm »
Okay let's do this. I went through some threads and hand picked what seemed most wanted and most feasible new features.
You need to login to google for this. Let's have our voices heard!

http://goo.gl/forms/E79r1Y9b18

Thanks and sorry.   ::)
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BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: BSP and ableton drum racks
« Last post by MaZmiTh on April 29, 2016, 03:53:21 pm »
so simple, so elegant. +1 many wow ty
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MicroBrute / Re: Pitch tracking with Moog Mother 32
« Last post by Disgraceland on April 29, 2016, 10:05:19 am »
+1 on this.

It's a real pain in the **s.
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Hi Tausendberg,

I'd like to do this also, but to be able to write status to the LEDs in the switches so that they can match the status of the recalled preset in the DAW (MainStage in my case)

Let me know if you get any further with it!

Cheers,
Ant
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