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Analog Lab / Why no presets in the library folder?
« Last post by LBH on April 24, 2015, 08:46:43 pm »
Why is'nt there any preset's in my ProgramData/ Arturia/ Analog Lab/ Preset Library - folder?

And why is'nt my own preset's stored in that folder? No organized structure as it is. I guess the folder is there for some reason. But what reason if it's empty and you can't store in it?

After using Analog Lab a little bit, it seems a bit buggy. This is to me a bug, and maybe this bug is to blame why some apps attributes don't show up in some apps when using edit in Analog Lab. But then again it's funny others do. It's not logical.

Analog Lab also sometimes freeze can i report. Other bugs are reported in the forum.

It also would be nice if all the preset's in Analog Lab also was to find in the individual synths. At least for owners of both Analog Lab and synths.
Would be nice if Arturia for instance posted all preset's for the synths, and also a plus if the synth presets was posted for analog Lab.

Some preset's in Analog Lab is easy to store in the synths using the edit option in Analog Lab. But only if all the attributes show up for all sounds. Organizing and searching presets in Arturia products is a real pain. I no Arturia is working on this. But please let it go fast. It's seems very outdated as it is. Even more when it does'nt even work as i assume it was supposed to.

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Hi,

I just got a Keylab 88 recently and I am trying to create a split and save it as a snapshot. I want to send one side of the split on midi channel 1 and the other side of the split on midi channel 2. I use Ableton 9 and I would like to play the 2 different VSTs in separate tracks; for example a synth bass VST on the left and a tine piano on the right. This way I could record the midi from left and right hand separately.

I figured out how to make a split by 1. starting midi control center first, 2. clicking "sync", then 3. starting Ableton; I then set the VSTs to receive on their own midi channel. This way, I can make changes in midi control center which immediately sync to the keyboard, but I can't seem to save anything to the keyboard's internal memory.

I want to save the split on the keyboard as a snapshot so I don't need to run midi control center. For example, I want to be able to press snapshot #1 and it sends midi on all channels with no split; then press snapshot #2 and I get the split. This way I could use the keyboard standalone; with 5-pin midi and an external power supply without the USB cable.

I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong because I can't seem to save or recall the snapshots from the keyboard's internal memory as described above. The manual is not very clear on this and there are no examples

Please help.
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Hi. I'm new at this.

Does the new feature of "Local ON/OFF supported" mean I can turn off the local clock?

Does this mean the ARP will be based on an external midi clock instead?

Thanks.

Answered my own question via Google.

LOCAL ON/OFF : MIDI Channel Message that sets whether your keyboard is going to trigger its internal sounds (Local ON) or not (Local OFF). This is a vital parameter to have control over in order to avoid loops and double-triggers when your keyboard is part of a larger, computer-involving rig of equipment.
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Hi. I'm new at this.

Does the new feature of "Local ON/OFF supported" mean I can turn off the local clock?

Does this mean the ARP will be based on an external midi clock instead?

Thanks.
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Minimoog V / Re: Midi channel for mini V
« Last post by LBH on April 24, 2015, 04:31:28 pm »
I have changed the global midi channel in MCC ..

What is MCC?

I am using Ableton Live btw..i/o is set to all ins...

To all instruments? What about midi channels?

Remember that also your DAW shall recieve from you Keylabs midi send. Are they set to correspond?

In my opinion when you use a DAW, you should mostly  use the default settings, unless you are using a split settings setup for multible sounds depending on different midi channels for each sound or something like that. Usually midi "ALL" or perhaps midi channel "1" for your i/o settings.

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General Discussion on Beatstep Pro / Re: sequence Programming
« Last post by Jerome Arturia on April 24, 2015, 04:21:56 pm »
@miltonx: there's no official release date yet, but the Beatstep Pro should be available mid-May.
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MiniLab Technical Issues / Really not satisfied with MiniLab
« Last post by Shule on April 24, 2015, 01:37:36 pm »
Hi, i bought a MiniLab this week and i'm using it on Windows 8.1 with Ableton Live 9 64bit and there is a 1/4 second delay and the knobs are not working properly. It is not usable. I saw on this forum and some others online that this happens to a lot of people but that it will be fixed. Most of the posts about those problems were written even 2 years ago and the problems are still here. Is there any solution to my problems, because if not I'm returning it!!!
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Okay! Perhaps I shouldn't have done this, but I wondered how it would sound if it even worked at all. -- Running a mix of oscillators out to a resonant LPF then running the output of that LPF back into the very same mix-group of the VCOs that were sent to it.
Well, it didn't work. It made absolutely NO sound whatsoever, though the instrument was clearly getting MIDI signal (tried both as a VSTi and standalone) ... well, so much for that idea.
But, not only did it not work as expected, but it broke all the filters as well. As in, NO patch I subsequently loaded, that used any filters, would make any sound!! That is, until I "reset" the instrument by loading up a preset that did not use any filters at all. Then the instrument started making sounds again, and I could subsequently load patches that used the filters, and they would work again.
Clearly, one should not be running feedback loops using the filters I guess LOL  :P
Still, it seems that the complete lack of audio upon loading a totally different preset is a bit of a bug, no?

Anyhow, thanks for such an awesome virtual instrument. I'll likely never get my hands on a real Moog Modular, so having a virtual one to mess about with is too sweet!

Also, I recently read that you guys  are working on updating the GUI of all your instruments to make them re-sizeable. I sure hope this is true, and VERY much look forward to a readable interface.  8)  ;D

EDIT:
Actually, doing some sound design last night, I discovered that it's not just creating feedback loops that causes this problem. I had it happen with another patch I'd set up. I wish I'd saved the patch to show you what had happened, but I forgot to. :( oops
Basically, something glitched out and I started getting crackling and pops, then no audio. Again, switching to a patch not involving any filters did again create sound. I encountered the problem this time while messing about between S&H, ring mod, bode shifter, two LFOs, an envelope generator, and two filters (one LPF the other multi-mode) but I don't recall exactly what I had running into what. I was using 3 VCO for audio, and a few others for additional LFO generators.
It was a pretty complex patch, really. But nothing was feeding back into anything else .. I'm pretty sure ........ it was working fine up until it glitched out, and when that happened I was merely adjusting knobs, not placing wires.
This time I was working in my DAW (Reaper) and actually had to delete that instance of Modular V and open a new one to get any patches involving the filter to make any sound.
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MicroBrute Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: MicroBrute Dead :(
« Last post by Amalgamoth on April 24, 2015, 06:36:32 am »
Take it to the shop to have it tested. If the Minibrute appears to have an internal problem, use your warranty and let your retailer send it to an Arturia service point to get it fixed. Then be patient, very very patient.
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MiniLab / Minilab - receive MIDI messages
« Last post by Alex H on April 24, 2015, 03:26:14 am »
I am coding a new Remote codec for Reason and want to know if it's possible to send messages to the Minilab to do things like control the pad LEDs, etc.  Is there list of what MIDI messages the Minilab can receive, and the data formats?  I've searched but found nothing so any information would be appreciated.
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