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General Discussion on Beatstep Pro / Beatstep Pro MADE EXPLICITLY FOR Vermona DRM1???
« Last post by adb3 on March 04, 2015, 11:30:48 pm »
Or are there other Drum Machines that have individual gate trigger inputs, for each drum....?

I'm not knocking either piece of equipment, I'm just saying that the BSP 8 drum trigs seem very purpose specific.  Unless there are other drum machines with similar connectivity, which I haven't found.
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KeyLab / Keylab 88 - poor customer support for issues
« Last post by v on March 04, 2015, 10:37:42 pm »
Hi,

I am becoming increasingly irritated/frustrated by the customer support for the Keylab88  I purchased 27/1/15.

Since then I have been having problems:

1) With the rotary encoders not working in Analog Lab.

2) And more importantly the velocity midi from the keys being extremely low, making use impossible. (playing Fortississimo gets a maximum midi output of about 70) 

I have been trying to resolve this with your customer support however:

1) I am having to wait up to 10 days for replies to my emails, which is not really acceptable. In addition the replies don't always make much sense.

2) I'm continually having to restate the problems which are continually not resolved or addressed by the replies.

Case 199820
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MiniLab / Help: Ableton Live 9 won't recognize Analog Lab as a plugin (Windows 8)
« Last post by eshurl on March 04, 2015, 09:15:41 pm »
I recently purchased the Arturia MiniLab keyboard and am really excited to be able to use all of the sounds that come with the Analog Lab!
However, I can't figure out how to use the Analog Lab as a midi instrument in my Live session.  I have the .dll file in my VstPlugins folder but Analog Lab does not show up as a plugin. 

Any help on this issue would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
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Spark Technical Issues / Re: Never received my Activation Code!
« Last post by RobbieVanDoe2015 on March 04, 2015, 09:05:04 pm »
wish i could activate mine offline, doin my head in at the min!
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Perfect Bengee! Thanks for checking  ;)

Did you sort the CC's out in the end?
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I'm not sure it is "normal" behaviour for amp modulation to make this noise though, more like a limitation of this particular design.


Not normal for amp modulation I think, but normal for Minibrute.  :)

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So you get a "B above middle C" tone generated along with the beating of the LFO too? Especially noticable when using the first 3 LFO shapes but not the others? I have posted  some audio examples of the noise generated in a post "LFO amp and rate noises - scratchy/crackle" any chance you could listen and compare to that which you have?  ;)

Yes it sounds identical. Maybe it's the amp feedback (Brute Factor > Crosstalk). In my mind the LFO talk with a Trigger/Gate to the Amp and says something like: on off, on off, on off, or up down, up down, up down,... and so on. And the result (scratchy/crackle sound) is this pulsating crazy feedback (Brute Crosstalk) I think.
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So you get a "B above middle C" tone generated along with the beating of the LFO too? Especially noticable when using the first 3 LFO shapes but not the others? I have posted  some audio examples of the noise generated in a post "LFO amp and rate noises - scratchy/crackle" any chance you could listen and compare to that which you have?  ;)

Yes it sounds identical. Maybe it's the amp feedback (Brute Factor > Crosstalk). In my mind the LFO talk with a Trigger/Gate to the Amp and says something like: on off, on off, on off, or up down, up down, up down,... and so on. And the result (scratchy/crackle sound) is this crazy pulsating feedback (Brute Crosstalk) I think.
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Origin Technical Issues / Re: Origin Connection will not connect...
« Last post by JavaLaurence on March 04, 2015, 08:32:46 pm »
Thanks Landsphere,

O.C. is trying to update the firmware as I write... thought I already got of these supposedly non-critical DSP-related errors... so fingers crossed.

Thx again.
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Analog Laboratory / Modded/Hacked Analog Lab 49 for use with other keybed
« Last post by JohannW on March 04, 2015, 07:16:03 pm »
I've attached photos of a hacked (literally, I used a hack saw) for my Arturia Analog Experience keyboard.  Didn't like the keys but loved the integration with the Arturia software. I use a Komplete Kontrol for keys and DAW control and now I have a compact Dedicated Arturia controller that fits beautifully in my setup.

Did this in a couple of hours.  Removed all screws at the bottom, removed keybed and mod wheel assembly, removed end panels.  Used a jigsaw to cut end panels on an angle and then had to cut one small piece of metal used to attach right end panel using a hand held hack saw.  Used black cardboard and electricians tape to enclose the electronics.  So pleased with the results! Sits flat or at an angle.  I left a lip on the front edge so it catches the edge of the desk shelf when on an angle.
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According to the ARP 2600 manual, the electronic switch works bi-directional. In software, that would be more complicated to implement (not impossible, though), and Arturia must have decided that the way to switch between two input signals, and relay them to one output is the more important function.

So, not really a bug, I would say, but not the complete implementation of the module either.

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