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Analog Lab / Adjusting volume in LIVE mode
« Last post by maxbranden on September 25, 2016, 07:40:33 pm »
When I have made a list of multis in the LIVE mode I often experience that I have to make volume adjustments when I start to compare the different sounds. This turns out to be a tedious project. Each time I make an adjust ment to the master volume of a multi (in LIVE mode) I have to swith back to MULTi mode and save the multi with a new name (because there is no SAVE button activated - only SAVE AS. ) Then I have to delete the previous version in the LIVE list and drag the new version into the LIVE list. Not to mention that I have to come up with new names all the time to keep the different volume versions apart. Why isnt it just possible to ajust the volume and save? Am I missing something?
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BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Changing drum templates
« Last post by siseturist on September 25, 2016, 06:41:24 pm »
Nope. What I meant was that while in drum mode the encoders only work for shift, velocity and gate, but it'd be useful if there was also a MIDI CC mode.
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KeyLab Technical Issues / Re: midi control center
« Last post by pax-eterna on September 25, 2016, 06:39:52 pm »
did you click on the "SYNC" tab?
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KeyLab / Re: Can presets be selected via MIDI, or even sysex?
« Last post by pax-eterna on September 25, 2016, 06:36:46 pm »
Thx firebeard - good info there. I have midiox so I'll have a look using it. I was more asking if anyone has actually done selecting presets via midi at this stage :)

Although your results posted gives me hope :D
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KeyLab / Re: Can presets be selected via MIDI, or even sysex?
« Last post by Firebeard on September 25, 2016, 04:21:15 pm »
I'd just copied that from a program I'm developing. There are 2 lots of knobs and faders - the second group of each is the bank 2 version. Also the pitch bend shouldn't be in there. There's not a way to reprogram that. It works differently to the other MIDI controls and sends two MIDI values.
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KeyLab / Re: Can presets be selected via MIDI, or even sysex?
« Last post by Firebeard on September 25, 2016, 04:18:02 pm »
I've got the same problem. The only workaround I have at the moment is to send all the setup data as MIDI - there's a relatively straightforward MIDI setup - the sysex header is 'F0 00 20 6B 7F 42 02 00', then there are 3 fields per line of sysex - parameter number, controller number and value. Most knobs have 5 parameters, sometimes more. Each line of sysex has the usual 'F7' at the end.

So if you wanted to reprogram fader 1 to output as CC number 20 on MIDI channel 2, with a range of 0 - 127, you would send the following: (in KeyLab terms, fader 1 is controller number 11, at least on my KeyLab 61). The 01 to 05 are the parameters, the F7 is the standard sysex end code, and the 0B is the hex of 11:

F0 00 20 6B 7F 42 02 00 01 0B 01 F7 - 01 means CC number
F0 00 20 6B 7F 42 02 00 02 0B 01 F7- 01 is hex of channel number - 1, as MIDI starts counting at 0
F0 00 20 6B 7F 42 02 00 03 0B 14 F7 - 14 is hex of CC number 20
F0 00 20 6B 7F 42 02 00 04 0B 00 F7 - 00 is controller range from - hex of 0
F0 00 20 6B 7F 42 02 00 05 0B 7F F7 - 7F is controller range to - hex of 127

Here's a list of all the other controller numbers - I went through all of them in the MIDI Control Centre and worked out what they were:

Knob 1 - 1
Knob 2 - 2
Knob 3 - 3
Knob 4 - 4
Knob 5 - 9
Knob 6 - 5
Knob 7 - 6
Knob 8 - 7
Knob 9 - 8
Knob 10 - 10
Knob 1 - 33
Knob 2 - 34
Knob 3 - 35
Knob 4 - 36
Knob 5 - 41
Knob 6 - 37
Knob 7 - 38
Knob 8 - 39
Knob 9 - 40
Knob 10 - 42
Fader 1 - 11
Fader 2 - 12
Fader 3 - 13
Fader 4 - 14
Fader 5 - 75
Fader 6 - 76
Fader 7 - 77
Fader 8 - 78
Fader 9 - 79
Fader 1 - 43
Fader 2 - 44
Fader 3 - 45
Fader 4 - 46
Fader 5 - 107
Fader 6 - 108
Fader 7 - 109
Fader 8 - 110
Fader 9 - 111
Button 1 - 18
Button 2 - 19
Button 3 - 20
Button 4 - 21
Button 5 - 22
Button 6 - 23
Button 7 - 24
Button 8 - 25
Button 9 - 26
Button 10 - 27
Volume 48
Params 49
ParamsPress 50
Value 51
ValuePress 52
Bank 1 29
Bank 2 28
Sound 30
Multi 31
ModWheel 64
BendWheel
AuxPedal 83
SusPedal 80
ExpPedal 81
Rewind 91
Ffwd 92
Stop 89
Play 88
Record 90
Loop 93
Pad 1 - 112
Pad 2 - 113
Pad 3 - 114
Pad 4 - 115
Pad 5 - 116
Pad 6 - 117
Pad 7 - 118
Pad 8 - 119
Pad 9 - 120
Pad 10 - 121
Pad 11 - 122
Pad 12 - 123
Pad 13 - 124
Pad 14 - 125
Pad 15 - 126
Pad 16 - 127

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Thanks so much!
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Analog Lab Users Community / Re: Best external usb/midi "sound card"?
« Last post by LBH on September 25, 2016, 02:49:33 pm »
I have Analog Lab installed on a Windows 7 laptop. (My keyboard controller is a 49-key Analog Experience.)
I'd like to improve the quality of the output using a "sound card", which for a laptop is a box connected via USB.
Any recommendations for the best USB sound card to use with the Analog Lab?
Thanks, R.M.

How to answer a question like that?

I can only say this:
There are more factors to the "Best" sound than a soundcard.
The important things on the soundcard for playback purposes is good DC (Digital to Analog) converters, good and stable ASIO drivers, good headphone connection if you use headphones and good balanced outputs for a amp or powered monitors.
But if you use headphones, then the headphones is important for the sound.
And if you use speakers then the amp+speakers, or the powered monitors are important. Also the speaker placement, the listening spot and the acoustic behavior of the listening room is important. Poor speakers can sound better than good speakers if the poor speakers have a good placement and a good listening spot, and the good speakers has bad placement and a bad listening spot.
All connections can have a impact.  And even high quality equiptment can sound bad, if placed or used in a bad manor.

Regarding soundcards, then i believe RME has good converters and good ASIO driver, and low latency that's one important reason for using a better soundcard than the normal standard PC soundcard.
Arturias Audio Fuse is properly up there too if it's finished.
There are high end soundcard producents on the market.

But most users happily use cheaper soundcards like a Focusrite Scarlet, a Presonus AudioBox, Native instruments Komplete Audio 6, a Roland Capture and others. It's about what you find best for your use.
Perhaps one of those soundcards will do for you, but you'll have to find out yourself.

If you only need the soundcard for playback, then there can be other options. That you have to study.
The recording quality is a very important part of having a music production soundcard. And then other things are important too. If you don't need to record, then you might be able to find other solutions that works for you. It's a jungle.

I suggest you find out what your needs are, and then try to find a soundcard that match those needs. Then it's about a feel, then take a chance and make a choice.
Just remember all the other important factors like headphones, amp+speakers or monitors, speaker placement, listening spot and listening room.

I don't think i can help further.

If anyone can add to this or correct this, then plase do. I'm no expert.

Do for instance a RME sound that much better than the cheaper ones i have mentioned or is it mainly the performance that are better? I have thought about this my self.

And what soundcards have a high volumen headphone output?

Just some questions of my own, to show some things to consider.

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Analog Lab / Automation not working in Cubase
« Last post by clausnors on September 25, 2016, 01:50:57 pm »
I recently upgraded Analog Factory to Analog Lab.

I can't seem to record automations from Analog Lab, to a Cubase-miditrack. Does anyone know how to fix this?

I use Cubase Pro 8.5 on Mac.
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