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Stuart, thank you very much for the detailed answer. I'm afraid Receptor is beyond my budget, but I'm happy to have learned such a technological concept even exists..

I find it a little surprising that AMS on Mac only deals with hardware MIDI devices, since a soft synth can so easily be made into a MIDI target.. from my (inexperienced) point of view, AMS could allow any soft synth to be defined as a (soft) Device, and wired to the rest of the MIDI network.. a unified approach always seems more elegant to me.

One of these days I need to dive into Java's MIDI support and explore what that gateway can teach me of the Mac's MIDI architecture. Maybe that way I'll grok why AMS is so hardware-centric. ;-)


@OneLittleFonzie: while iPad apps look great, I personally can't live with flat glass as an alternative for a button, knob or slider. I love the tactile aspect of real hardware.. YMMV.
Analog Lab Technical Issues / Re: Presets are not reloaded on plugin restart
« Last post by joepalos on May 25, 2015, 07:27:35 pm »
I found a "fix":

If you go to the "LIVE" part of Analog Lab, you can assign individual presets to one of 127 slots. If you put the presets you're using there, on one of the slots, and have it selected from there, you can duplicate the track, save, load, etc. and the preset will load properly. Of course the number of slots is limited, but 127 should be enough to at least keep you from manually reloading presets every time you load your most recent projects or songs.

It's a shit way of doing things, but it's better than nothing I guess.
How can i send sysex file to Minibrute on Win7?

Thanks ;D
I have the same problem,I try everything and nothing happen!
5101 start code.
General discussion on MiniBrute / Re: MemoryBrute
« Last post by stuart on May 25, 2015, 01:03:23 pm »
I got fed up writing down my MiniBrute settings, so I wrote an iPad app! MemoryBrute kick ass, even if I do say so myself ;)

Great little app. This should fly out the door for all brute users

Cheers, Stuart
iMini / Modwheel don't work!!!!!
« Last post by ndrecchia on May 25, 2015, 08:35:35 am »
After months you don't solve the problem with the Modwheel, wich don't work with midi controllers and keyboards. Solve the bug ASAP!
LE Crossgrade ordered  ;D

Should have it in 2-3 days. Will let you know how I go!
« Last post by djmental on May 24, 2015, 09:57:12 pm »
Regarding the comparison between the beatstep and one of the launch pad/control devices. One has faders and a few small buttons, a midi mixer if you will (they aren't big enough to be called pads) the other is specifically designed as a scene controller for live, again buttons not exactly pad sized but you could I suppose get away with using it on such a way. Beatstep has decent sized pads and is a CV/Midi sequencer. They are 3 different products and thus cannot really be compared, hence apples & Oranges :)
The Novation sample control on the other is almost identical to the beatstep albeit without the sequencer. 

I think youre very confused about Novation products. I mentioned it once but I'll repeat it here: Im just comparing the Beatstep to the LaunchCONTROL, NOT the LaunchPAD, not the LaunchCONTROL XL.

Both the BeatStep and the LaunchCONTROL cost $99. Both are promoted as Midi controllers (and as a sequencer in the case of the Beatstep).
Look at all Arturia videos of the Beatstep and youll see that they consider the BeatStep a sequencer AND a midi controller, hence what I say they are not "apples and oranges".

Adding to this fact, not few people in this same forum and in Amazon have noticed both products and have considered buying the Beatstep because of the sequencer and better build quality. So I'm not alone in noticing the Beatstep midi controller capabilities.

You mentioned one guy was unhappy with the control but that's hardly everybody. The best thing you can do it to go and use them, go to your local music shop who has them in stock and plug them in and get hands on with them, you'll soon find out which one's you get on with and moreover, the ones you don't get on with.

Maybe then I just noticed one person complaining about the knob control. Since then I've found many, TWO in this very same post.
And you can look for posts on the subject to see that people are not yet satisfied with Arturia firmware solution for the knobs.
Although there have been suggested solutions by forum users since Arturia appears to be deaf on the issue.
To Arturia it appears that the problem is "solved".

I cant go to my local music shop in my country cause they don't have neither of these products. Almost every time I have to pay considerable shipping to get these kind of products. That's why I ask so much.
« Last post by stuart on May 24, 2015, 08:55:18 pm »
But I would argue that there should be no jumpy hit and miss "finding" to deal with.

In a perfect world you would be bang on correct.

Cheers, Stuart
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