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Analog Lab 2 / Analog Lab 2, Nektar Impact LX49 and Logic Pro X 10.2.4
« Last post by AndyParkerLee on September 24, 2016, 09:44:14 am »
Hi Forum, I'm new to Arturia and Analog Lab 2 and need some help. My Midikeyboard is a Nektar Impact LX49 and the DAW is Logic Pro X 10.2.4. The LX49 is also a DAW-Controller and works fine. My problem is when I activate the midilearnbutton in Analog Lab 2 and klick on cutoff (or another Parameter) and dial a knob on the LX49 nothing happened. Has anybody a advice for me what I did wrong. Best regards Andy
Spark Technical Issues / Re: SparkLE drastic volume changes with each kit
« Last post by 019297 on September 24, 2016, 05:46:00 am »
the way spark is set up....There isn't much of a way to control this other than riding the volume. I have factory kits, expansion kits, user kits from the internet, my own kit designs, etc.... The volume is all over the place. The controller DOES have a master volume, and I often turn this way down after switching kits. I start very low and just ease my way in! Sorry I don't have a better solution. Spark is a pretty diverse sound engine and samples can really be anything so... Factory kits have number authors as well, some really red line it with multiple compressors and limiters, and some have very natural sounds. Spark also has a lot of vintage drum machine emulations, which are going to sound way less hot than a newer dubstep or hip hop kit. You could always slap a limiter on your master channel every time, or route it into your daw with a comp/limiter on the channel to make this easier if you wish. I agree the kits that start with clipped samples should not be happening....
Solina V2 - Technical Issues / Re: Solina V2.0.4 no longer recognised by Logic 9
« Last post by reddog on September 24, 2016, 03:53:07 am »
As I said in my first post, the latest version of Solina V2 did initially work in Logic.

It was only after I had to force quit Logic that this problem arose, and for some reason it now also affects the latest version of Vox Continental V2.

Yes, it is an audio unit issue, but I suspect that some file or files, possibly an Arturia file(s) that is used by all Arturia audio units, has become corrupted after I forced quit Logic.

I've tried whatever Logic fixes that I could think of including trashing the cache file, but still the same problem.
Are you trying to sync the KS to the BSP or vice versa?
Spark Users Community / Re: Routing output of each individual drum to an input in Pro Tools?
« Last post by LBH on September 23, 2016, 11:24:12 pm »
In the bottom of the mixer page in Spark Plug-in there is a "Outputs" menu. You can select the preset "16 outs".
Read about this in Spark manual from section 7.2.
Also under each mixer channel you can select the wanted output. When loading the plug-in the channels is set to send to "Master".

The rest is how your DAW handle plug-ins that can use multiple outputs. I use Studio One and i just have to check the channels i want in checkboxes in a drop down menu for the plug-in.
If you can't find how to do it with Spark in Pro Tools, then search how to do it with Native Instruments Kontakt. There are info about that on the web. It should be the same procedure for the things done in Pro Tools.

Hope this helps.

It looks like this have been fixed in Solina V2 version

It's not fixed in Solina V.
V-Collection / Re: Where to find the release notes for the september updates?
« Last post by LBH on September 23, 2016, 05:55:11 pm »
Release notes are now availble both in ASC and on the download website.
I have the Spark software, and want to treat the recording of each individual element of the recorded kit individually, as I would tracking a live kit.

Does anyone have any pointers on how to do so?
I'm newer to doing this with midi drums, soft synths are far easier to set up.
I would appreciate any tips, pics, vid links, or screen shots you may have.

I'm using the Rock Drums kit, and keeping it simple.
Hi Hat
2 Rack Toms
1 Floor Tom
Ride Cymbal
Crash Cymbal
China Splash Cymbal.

Thanks so much in advance.
BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Changing drum templates
« Last post by terrym on September 23, 2016, 04:41:37 pm »
Hi you can by setting control to midi channel 10  if that's your drum channel


General discussion on MiniBrute / Re: Moog ring mod and minibrute
« Last post by biggator on September 23, 2016, 04:00:50 pm »
Do you notice any crosstalk?   I've been playing with feeding my brute with other sources.. and if I send it a hot enough signal to actually work - I can hear it faintly when I'm not playing.
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