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Author Topic: Exporting Bank issues ARP2600V 2.5  (Read 986 times)

crabber338

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Exporting Bank issues ARP2600V 2.5
« on: January 22, 2012, 12:41:44 am »
Arp2600 2.5 crashes when exporting a bank. This didn't occur with the last version and is a new bug.

Is anybody else having this problem?

HerrFrey

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Re: Exporting Bank issues ARP2600V 2.5
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2012, 12:05:07 pm »
It's not only with ARP, except of OBERHEIM and JUPITER it works with NO synth - at least for me. When I try to export a bank or preset, the synths are not crashing, but nothing happens. Only a window appears, were I can name the patch and save it, but when I save, nothing is saved or there in the selected folder.

And the patch-management of the synths MMV, ARP, Minimoog is STILL a totall crap! When I save no own patches, everything is fine, but when I begin to save own things in an own bank, it took not long and everything is messed! !
For example: on ARP I renamed a bank of my patches and now it's gone. Deleted? I can't find it.  >:(
Same with Minimoog or MMV. My folders appear doubled, but containing instead of my patches some of the factory presets and if I have "luck", some of my own patches.
But I wrote about this bug (in MMV) last year. No improvement happend. >:(
« Last Edit: March 10, 2012, 12:34:57 pm by HerrFrey »

starbearer

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Re: Exporting Bank issues ARP2600V 2.5
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2013, 03:11:58 am »
wow... Arturia moderators never chimed in on this one. Did any of  you two ever get contacted by them? Did you folks ever get this sorted out?

 

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