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Mini V / Re: how do you delete a user preset
« Last post by LBH on May 27, 2016, 09:16:02 pm »
Can anyone tell me how to delete a (non factory) preset in Mini V?
There *must* be a way - but I can't find it  ;)

In the bottom of the Bank, Subbank and Preset dropdown menu you find a Delete "current Bank, Subbank or Preset".
Only visible when a User preset is selected.
I'll add my amen here as well.  I love the products.  So with love I say that there is sometimes too much adherence to "tradition" or "the original didn't have" .
This is evident here, and in another of my great pet peeves, the lack of a tuning knob on the Wurlitzer (don't yet know if it was added in Wirli V2, I sure hope so).
THe Wurli engine totally supports it, as evidenced by the fact that the PITCH BEND WHEEL (which the original sure didn't have) works.  I also found that in my DAW it exposes the tuning parameter and it works exactly as I would wish, but I still can't tune the standalone version ONLY because there is no control for it in the UI.

It seems that some classic designs/features can be changed or added to to take advantage of virtual technology, and others are not.

So I am in favor of a checkable parameter on all VSTs that do not have a classical implementation of sustain.  When checked this means that:
Organs behave as though you are holding any key that is played.  Percussive stops are not affected.
Synths ideally would get two choices:
Hold Note (which amounts to the same as above, and means do not start the release portion of envelopes until sustain is released)
Sustain Release, which would need a second release control in the UI that would be used when the pedal is down and the note is released.  Releasing the pedal would switch to the normal Release value.  (It would probably make sense to have the Sustain Release value simply add to the Release value, as there is little reason to allow a shorter sustain release, but then maybe not, I can imagine it might be interesting when stacking multiple instruments to have a synth sound that was shorter when the piano was sustaining, and then a longer release when not... ;D )

<EDIT- The following was ill considered on my part, in respect to the original poster's observation that this is especially an issue in Analog Lab, where not everyone can edit the modulation routings:
// Matrix 12 might be an exception to this, I THINK that you can do anything you set your mind to by programming the pedal to the right modulation destination(s)... the example in the article referenced above gets you piano like sustain but you can get infinite hold by using other methods.// >
ARP2600 V3 - Technical Issues / Re: Audio Input for V3 in Cubase
« Last post by LBH on May 27, 2016, 08:15:52 pm »
Some DAWs do use sidechain for this. But other DAWs like Studio One don't. FX versions are needed for some DAWs.
ARP2600 V3 - Technical Issues / Re: Audio Input for V3 in Cubase
« Last post by jmcecil on May 27, 2016, 07:33:15 pm »
I didn't see the side chain option on the plugin interface.  Maybe I just overlooked it.  Thanks for the possible solution.
Not sure what you mean by "Multi-mode select."
It's a button on the keylabs that now doesn't do anything.  chords being gone is just as bad as snapshots.  I use both. 
Try adding your own tag and then using the browser ...
Close the plugin, reopen and search ... let me know how your tag works out for you.
MatrixBrute / Re: MatrixBrute: is there going to be a discounted pre-order option?
« Last post by Chi on May 27, 2016, 07:28:56 pm »
....... and a big piece of wood in your setup.

You should be so lucky!  :D 
Spark Users Community / I'm curious why the Spark CDM was discontinued
« Last post by artao on May 27, 2016, 06:58:56 pm »
As per the thread title. That's pretty much it.
The SparkLE looks all fine and dandy, but the CDM has SO MUCH more functionality to it. I'm sure it's more expensive to produce, but BOY! is it a nice product. I'm thankful I was able to find one on eBay.

I'm gonna go ahead and assume that the CDM will continue to be supported into the infinite future of the Spark software.   ;D
Mini V / Re: how do you delete a user preset
« Last post by TonyFlyingSquirrel on May 27, 2016, 06:51:58 pm »
My mistake.

Best of luck to you.
Jup-8 V3 - Users Community / Re: Curious about the color changes
« Last post by artao on May 27, 2016, 06:51:11 pm »
Yeah, Jupiter 8V was perfectly readable in that LCD/LED screen thingy. Why that was changed baffles me.
It seems they've gone with horribly low contrast text/background colors all over the place with these updates. They really need to change that.
Broke compatibility with their controllers?  ???
My MiniLab works just fine.
Not sure what you mean by "Multi-mode select."
I never used the snapshots feature, but I'm sure some people miss it, such as yourself apparently. :) ... Me? I rue the lack of the chords functions. :(
I don't see the browser as crippled at all. How do you figure? I really like being able to add my own tags, and comments. The "playlists" are nice, but that seems like a weird thing to call that feature; I suppose it's intended to replace the Live mode and Snapshots. Dunno.
But yeah, I'd agree that an update should have ALL the features of the previous versions, plus any bugfixes and refinements needed, in addition to any new features. The feature removal really is disappointing.
Overall tho, I do rather like it tho.  8)
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