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BeatStep Pro / Re: Control BSP with external keyboard
« Last post by Stakker on September 22, 2016, 06:11:36 pm »
I also have the same problem and the BSP is pretty much half-useless without MIDI input :-/

I am routing MIDI channels via USB from Ableton though, but it should be all set up OK and MIDI out from BSP works fine.

Some help would be much appreciated!
BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: saving chained patterns
« Last post by scottoforan on September 22, 2016, 03:03:46 pm »
Another vote for saving Chained Patterns please, I combine improvising with structured song material. I would really like to have that extra hand for playing other instruments. Thank you Arturia!
MicroBrute / Velocity response with FW update?
« Last post by brendanclarke on September 22, 2016, 01:53:33 pm »
Seems like nobody replies to messages in 'General', so I'm reposting here...

After popping open the microbrute and seeing how signals are routed, it's clear that there is no technical reason that the synth wouldn't be able to respond to note velocity.

Both the LFO and Cutoff CV for Mod Wheel control are generated by the MCU, independent of one another. When the Mod wheel is set to 'LFO depth', the +/- 5V LFO generated by the MCU is attenuated, and the cutoff control signal is always 0V. When the Mod Wheel is set to 'Cutoff', the LFO is transmitted at the full +/-5V, and the 0-10V Cutoff signal is generated.

Since the microbrute's keyboard generates velocity, if the firmware were updated, velocity could be routed to the Mod Wheel destination that isn't being used by the Mod Wheel. Velocity depth could be controlled by external MIDI or from the software interface.

Note that this is different from the 'velocity hack' of routing velocity back in as mod wheel data in that the synth would be able to respond to both mod wheel AND velocity simultaneously.
MiniLab / Re: Delay knob volume bug
« Last post by drusian on September 22, 2016, 04:35:57 am »
I also have the problem with the delay Amt, I bought my unit a few days and I've been through a few good. It seems that nothing works right.
In my case, every time you use the Delay Amt sound disappears, it is not any kind of noise, I have to move forward or back a preset and then return to where it was that sound again. It really is very annoying, I'm using analog lab2.
I also have problem in all my lower knobs when using VST inside ableton, to move the lower knob, simply nothing happens.
In No V2 business is worse, not in absolute terms or in relative mode can control the parameters.
Very annoying, I'm very sorry.
MiniLab / Re: Minilab knobs reversed in ableton
« Last post by drusian on September 22, 2016, 04:01:15 am »
Please try to hold shift and hit the bank 1 (Midi presets) turn the knobs, if the same thing, try to hold shift and hit the bank 2. See if it has any effect.
V-Collection / Where's the official statements on macOS 10.12 Sierra verification?
« Last post by onlyleura on September 22, 2016, 03:15:15 am »
Looking all over the place for any official word from Arturia regarding verification of V-Collection plugin compatibility with macOS 10.12 Sierra. It's out, and I'm considering the upgrade. But I need to hear from Arturia about any problems in doing so. Or are we good to go?
Prophet V3 - Technical Issues / Re: Pro5 doesn't render correctly
« Last post by jhbradley on September 21, 2016, 11:20:55 pm »
Just another data point. I installed both the VST2.4 and VST3 versions of the current Prophet (V3_3_0_2_98), and tried track-freezing with both. Neither one rendered correctly if there was MIDI CC data (e.g. volume changes) in the track. The old V2 Prophet from Collection 4 (VST2) works flawlessly.

Other than the flaw of "not being as nice to use as the V3 version with the larger UI and the nice search functionality," that is.
V-Collection / Re: Tuning and hold please.
« Last post by LBH on September 21, 2016, 10:19:37 pm »
A main tuning function can be needed for different reasons.

Examples is if you have to tune to a real acoustic piano or another real instrument, or if you have to tune to recordings of any kind that for different reasons is not tuned using A=440 Hz.
Not all real instruments is easy to tune. And not all are or can be tuned in A=440 Hz.
A has not allwaus been 440 Hz either, and for different reasons it still aren't everywhere.

Also you sometimes just might wan't to have a instrument a little out of tune for different reasons.
I guess you also detune oscilators for instance. You do that for a reason too.

A main tuning function makes a instrument fleksible to use.

Being able to tune a electronic instrument is quite normal. A main tuning make it easy to tune.
I think even some acoustic pianos have had a tuning possibility of a kind.

EDIT: I can add that  i found Piano V can be tuned using Global tension. It can be tuned between A=400-480 Hz. During history i think values between 380-480 Hz has been used. And more than one way of tuning has allways been used at any time - including in the present.

I for instance also believe the real Solina had a main tuning.  Being able to tune a instrument has allways been needed. EDIT END.

V-Collection / Re: Tuning and hold please.
« Last post by Tausendberg on September 21, 2016, 09:43:39 pm »
I gotta ask, what are you using a tuning function for?
V-Collection / Re: Tuning and hold please.
« Last post by LBH on September 21, 2016, 08:28:26 pm »
Solina V has got pedal hold function in september 2016 update version
So do VOX Continental in version, and Farfisa in version


Hope tuning come as well.
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