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Author Topic: Hands up who uses Pro Tools 10 with Spark  (Read 937 times)

stuart

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Hands up who uses Pro Tools 10 with Spark
« on: June 26, 2013, 01:14:18 pm »
How is it running for you?

Problems?

Set up issues?

Inconsistant across plug in formats?

Would like to hear how you are getting on as I can't play pads or receive Midi from the Spark at all. It works in Ableton but the moment I switch to Pro Tools, nothing works. I have other Midi devices set up in Pro Tools working just fine, but not Spark

Pro Tools plug in format is RTAS

Thanks, Stuart 
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stuart

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Re: Hands up who uses Pro Tools 10 with Spark
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2013, 12:24:39 am »
Zero people?


Mac 10.8.5
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48 Gb 1333 RAM
Pro Tools 10.3.9

Lynx Aurora 8
Lynx AES16
UAD 2 Duo
Arturia Spark
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Arturia Analog Laboratory 61

Paul Turpin

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Re: Hands up who uses Pro Tools 10 with Spark
« Reply #2 on: July 24, 2013, 10:21:54 pm »
I use Spark VDM with Pro Tools 10 HD Accel3. And - yeah - I've got problems. It works - but will crash. I'm thinking the combo of ProTools 11 and Spark 1.7 will solve the problems - but I haven't upgraded/updated yet.

Do you know it 1.7 aax works with Pro Tools 10? or is it 64 bit aax only. I was hoping for a 32 bit aax for transition....

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stuart

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Re: Hands up who uses Pro Tools 10 with Spark
« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2013, 10:52:59 pm »
1.7 AAX is 64 bit only, as is the AAX arturia patch for the other arturia products. Thanks, Stuart 
Mac 10.8.5
2.93Ghz Quad Core
48 Gb 1333 RAM
Pro Tools 10.3.9

Lynx Aurora 8
Lynx AES16
UAD 2 Duo
Arturia Spark
Arturia Minibrute
Arturia Analog Laboratory 61

frank-yann

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Re: Hands up who uses Pro Tools 10 with Spark
« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2013, 11:10:15 am »
Hello

I am using as well PT10 and PT11 with Spark LE. V1.7 on a MacPro with RME fire face 800.

Globally it runs well.
At this moment I am getting issues with the 88.2 sample rate (does't work for me), so 96K is Ok, and the possibility to assign midi notes on pattern selection trough midi tracks is quite "amazing" : not found the possibility in the AAX plugin.
Sound is great, good dynamic, and very few crashes with PT11. Only when changing frequently instruments on a pad, for example.

I hope it will help.

rindigo

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Re: Hands up who uses Pro Tools 10 with Spark
« Reply #5 on: April 05, 2014, 12:17:26 am »
How is it running for you?

Problems?

Set up issues?

Inconsistant across plug in formats?

Would like to hear how you are getting on as I can't play pads or receive Midi from the Spark at all. It works in Ableton but the moment I switch to Pro Tools, nothing works. I have other Midi devices set up in Pro Tools working just fine, but not Spark

Pro Tools plug in format is RTAS

Thanks, Stuart

Hello i same this problem too
In pt 10hd
i work flawless with v-collection
i remove dpm from plugin folder and all synth work very good with aax

only spark have trouble
aax have empty window
if i insert rtu(dpm) i see spark but its no sound and etc

maybe we make spark like other your product possible work wax 32 bit
this

EDIT

i install beta5 1.7.2 it works but stop after time CPU error

 

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