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General Discussion on Beatstep Pro / Re: Release date
« Last post by larrymon74 on June 27, 2015, 05:44:58 am »
My Sweetwater rep told me a week and a half to two weeks from today
General Discussion on Beatstep Pro / Re: 5 questions
« Last post by larrymon74 on June 27, 2015, 05:43:17 am »
6) does it come with a pony?   :P
Free Speech / Re: The Next One ?
« Last post by Kaleid on June 27, 2015, 03:38:05 am »
Emu Emulator II analog filters would be qualitative step on from virtual synth to a soft "revival" sampling . I know about UVI emulation but it is more a playing ROMPLER than an emulation.
It would be NICE access to a most classical sounds and moreover sampler user creative sounds with that goldaged analog filter in emulation.YUMMMMM
General Discussion on Origin / Re: Origin discontinued
« Last post by ASch on June 26, 2015, 08:20:21 pm »
Now I really wish I'd bought a second hand Nord G2X instead... as you say, let's hope it just keeps working  :-[
Jupiter-8V Technical Issues / Re: Jupiter-8V sound cuts/drops out
« Last post by xls on June 26, 2015, 07:47:37 pm »
Thanks for your reply, I'll check the support ticket asap and do what you suggest! ;)

As I already mentioned in the first post, I don't own the Jupiter-8 VST nor the V-collection.
I just decided to post this here, although it seems to be a bug within the Analog Lab software, because to me it seemed like the only synth affected by this bug is the Jupiter-8. ???

Now what I DO own is the "Analog Lab" software that came with the Keylab 25 (I assume it's part of every MiniLab/Keylab package).

However, I've never installed any of the demo versions. Not the Analog Lab demo nor any other demo of one of the synths out of the V-collection.

The fact that the sound drops out after approx. 20 minutes seemed to me like a bug "inside" the Jupiter-8 plug-in or inside the Analog Lab software, like Analog Lab treats the Jupiter-8 plug-in as if it were the demo version.

As I've already said, I NEVER have nor had installed ANY demo OR software from Arturia, other than Arturia Software Center, Analog Lab and MIDI Control Center and all of these are up to date. :-[

Please check out my other thread (http://forum.arturia.com/index.php?topic=84835.0) for more details.

Edit: Thread can be closed, updating Analog Lab to and/or renaming my computer to how it was named before I reinstalled Windows fixed the issue!
Jupiter-8V Technical Issues / Re: Jupiter-8V sound cuts/drops out
« Last post by Rebecca on June 26, 2015, 06:27:54 pm »

I'm gonna go look for your email to us in tech support in a second.

But this sounds like you have a demo version of Jupiter 8 on your computer, which would cause the presets from Jupiter 8 to cut out after their 20-minute demo time is up.

Does Jupiter 8 work as a plugin on it's own?

Jupiter-8V Technical Issues / Jupiter-8V sound cuts/drops out
« Last post by xls on June 26, 2015, 03:04:36 pm »
Hi there..

I've already created another thread in the "correct" subforum (Analog Lab/ http://forum.arturia.com/index.php?topic=84835.0 ) but since this issue seems to be related to the Jupiter-8V plug-in (and not the whole Analog Lab), I thought I'd create another one here.

As I already stated in the other thread, the sound of ALL Jupiter-8V presets cuts/drops out after approximately 20 minutes whilst all the other synths in Analog Lab seem to work flawlessly.

I can't imagine that I'm the only one with this issue, that's the main reason why I'm starting this thread.
I guess it's a problem within the Jupiter-8V's plug-in itself (version

Btw. I've already opened a support ticket, waiting for Arturia's reply..

I'm using Cubase 5 as VST host + Reason 5 (In ReWire slave mode of course) on a Windows 7 x64 machine with an AMD Phenom II x4 955 BE and 8gb RAM.
I don't own the Jupiter-8V nor the V-Collection but the Analog Lab software that came with the Keylab 25.

The sound drop out issue occurs when using ANY of the Jupiter-8V's presets in stand-alone OR VST.

Anyone with the same issue out there?
General Discussion on Beatstep Pro / Re: Beatstep Pro manual now available
« Last post by terrym on June 26, 2015, 02:18:48 pm »
Hi, just made a video on how to setup the Bsp to cubase

Spark Users Community / Re: quick question about SparkLE
« Last post by Rfaith on June 26, 2015, 10:52:20 am »
From looking at the interface just now, the things you can control using these parameter knobs are (in the most recent incarnation of the software)...

Pitch, decay, attack, freq shift, shift range and shift rate.

There's also cutoff, resonance, aux 1 & 2, panning and volume, together with the ability to alter settings in the FX chain (peak and shelf cutoff & gain, and bandwidth in one case).

So you have only the note shift presently (in semitones (hmm, just thinking it'd be fun to have quarter tones or even the ability to auto-harmonise...)).

The divide and move buttons effectively let you grab a section of a sequence and play it looped, so you do get a repeat function - it would be quite cool to somehow record that action to an instrument parameter knob (or to the XY pad).

The pads are all velocity and pressure sensitive, so you can use pressure on a pad to record beats at different velocities by using the roller function and the pad pressure sensitivity at the same time.

Not sure about query 2, I've had a lot of problems with the controller connection to my system so I'm months behind the curve on figuring SparkLE out. Hopefully someone more au fait can give you pointers on that. Of course there's always Youtube for tutotials, walkthroughs and demos - some of that is good for ideas.
Spark Users Community / Re: Drivers for Win 8.1
« Last post by Rfaith on June 26, 2015, 10:12:10 am »
A little more progress.

Using device manager under W8.1 (Classic Shell installed) I looked at Sound Devices in Device Manager and when I set the option to "Show hidden devices" saw that there were several entries for the Focusrite 2i2 (one active, two hidden/disconnected) and five (!) for the SparkLE interface (four hidden, one active). I deleted all the hidden devices.

I thought this would resolve the problem, but it hasn't. However...

When I started the Spark2 software neither the controller nor the Focusrite 2i2 were working, the SparkLE controller was unable to connect and the Focusrite was silent even when running its self-test.

I forced the Focusrite to refresh its setup by switching to Windows Audio and back to ASIO drivers, choosing the Focusrite drivers rather than ASIO4ALL. Did the self-check test tone and it sounded. Then tried connecting the SparkLE controller to Spark2 (all the USB connections had remained plugged in throughout - SparkLE, Focusrite 2i2 and EMU 2x2) and it connected immediately.

I expect that this configuration still won't be stable. The Focusrite 2i2 and SparkLE almost certainly have a conflict at driver level that can only be resolved by either using separate drivers (some drivers installed are common Windows ones, drmk.sys, ksthunk.sys, and portcls.sys loaded for each device) or by making either or both of the devices change their settings until it works. Obviously constantly unplugging and replugging USB to do the same thing is a bad idea (wear on the connectors over time), so for now I will have to experiment with settings each time I come to the computer - annoying when it isn't the core of my setup, hardware is.

The existence of phantom "hidden" devices for both these USB peripherals is weird (the EMU 2x2 had none) and may shed some light on what Windows is doing with each of these when they're connected. Hopefully this info might interest Arturia and perhaps help other people if they use both the SparkLE and Focusrite 2i2.

Ciao for now.
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