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Analog Laboratory Presets Zone / Re: Subdivisions by Rush preset
« Last post by TonyFlyingSquirrel on April 28, 2016, 09:03:23 pm »
Analog Lab Users Community / Re: Newbie - Sorry - RUSH Presets
« Last post by TonyFlyingSquirrel on April 28, 2016, 08:38:29 pm »
There is one for download in the older Analog Lab section, but I don't it works with newer file formats.

I'll dig around, since I'm a huge RUSH fan and have made some of my own Subdivisions presets (One for verses, one for the solo) as well as some Taurus pedal presets.

It may take me a few days to gather them all together in such a way as to send them to you simultaneously.

Here's the link to the older one anyway.

BeatStep Pro / Looper issues/Looper feature request
« Last post by ebowen4221 on April 28, 2016, 07:57:28 pm »
Here's my setup -

BSP (most recent firmware) as Master Clock and Master sequencer is run to:

Roland TR-8
Moog Sub 37
Moog Minitaur

Here's some of my looper problems: And all sequencers are set to 1 bar pattern of 1/16th notes

Lets say I loop steps 1-4 for 1 beat, if I release the looper after the between step 1 and 3, it will jump abruptly ahead to step 9 not in time, or at the end of playing step 4.

Another issue, is if swing is on (set around 66%) if I move from 1/4 to 1/8 to 1/16, anything playing a 1/16 repeating pattern (like the highhats) will seem to unsync themselves from the swing. This is forcing me to hit the stop button to reset the sequence.

In a future firmware update, would it be possible to address these issues, as well as adding in the option to have the looper not follow the sequencer? The looper is sweet and super useful feature, but when it follows the sequencer, it makes jumps too abrupt.

I don't want to loop 2 beats then have it jump ahead to where the sequence should be. I would like to use the looper to reset to beat 1 step 1 when it finishes the loop after it's released. That would be a great way to add in a bar of 2/4 , or 3/4 without having it be my Lee Harvey, the Groove Assassin.

Analog Lab Users Community / Newbie - Sorry - RUSH Presets
« Last post by mdlweb on April 28, 2016, 07:05:50 pm »
I'm new to the forum and to the Synth world, so please be patient.
I purchased the Analog Lab bundle and am running it through a
Nektar P4 Controller. I'm also a huge RUSH fan (since the late 70's).
I am looking to find presets to various RUSH songs. At the moment, Sub Divisions in
particular. Can someone tell me where I might start looking.

Any help would be great - Thanks!
KeyLab / Re: How risky of a purchase is the KeyLab 88?
« Last post by Amalgamoth on April 28, 2016, 11:19:33 am »
When I bought my KeyLab25 I made sure to get 3 years warranty. I had to send it back one time to get another keybed installed.
As with any other instrument much depends on how frequently you are playing it. But no matter what you do, at some point in time any piece of electronic equipment will become flawed.
Buy it, handle with care and get a good warranty. If you don't buy it, you will never have technical problems, but it will also keep you guessing.
You didn't do anything wrong, it was all me!

I lost my host awhile ago due to a server going down, working on getting it back up soon. Thanks!
Analog Lab / Why doesn't Analog Lab have banks for the faders and encoders?
« Last post by Tausendberg on April 27, 2016, 10:12:17 pm »
This seems like a somewhat silly oversight considering the entire keylab line has two banks. What gives?
KeyLab / Re: How risky of a purchase is the KeyLab 88?
« Last post by Tausendberg on April 27, 2016, 10:09:16 pm »
I mean, it's a new product, so people haven't had it for multiple years and can't tell you how reliable it will be over a span of multiple years...

What I can tell you, as someone who bought one of the earliest produced Keylabs and then had to RMA it because of issues that it had and I now have one of the later Keylabs, try to get one of the later manufactured Keylabs if you can, because the difference in quality is quite apparent and I'm not gigging with my keylab 88 but I expect that I'll be using my keylab 88 for quite a while.
I have a BSP with a Minitaur. I use MIDI for the best results, as the Minitaur won't accept CV voltage over 5v.
BeatStep Pro / Re: BSP VS Moog Minitaur ( or what other cv gear that does not work )
« Last post by antmen on April 27, 2016, 02:23:51 pm »
Hello, how did you connect BSP to MT?
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