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Author Topic: How to record midi sequences in Studio One V3 with Spark VST and SparkLE?  (Read 452 times)

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Hi, there I wonder how I can record in Midi Sequences in Studio One V3 with the SparkLE Hardware together with Spark VST onto the dedicated midi track in Studio One (not in the Spark Sequencer)? I can see in my midi track, saying 'Spark' and when I hit a Pad on the SparkLE, I can hear (and see) the sound through the mixing-channel in the mixing console.

But when I wanna record a loop/sequence in the dedicated midi track, it doesn't react on the SparkLE. I can see a signal in the track, when I hit my Masterkeyboard, but no sounds are connected to Keyboard. When hitting the Pads on SparkLE I can not see a signal routed to the track.

Also when I try a workaround (but that's not how I want it) and drag the midi button to the track, there is only one key transfered, not the whole sequence of the pattern. Ans also like I said, I can hear no sound, because the midi track is assigned to my keyboard, not to SparkLE.

I assume it's only a config problem, but I don't know, where to push the right buttons.

I've also found a tut vid, how it's done, to route every channel of Spark to audio tracks and record from the Spark Pattern to audio, but that's not how I want to record - I want the Midi Data recorded, because it's easier to manipulate and to change arrangement.
 

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Update: My issue has been handed over to 2nd level support.

If someone has got the same problem, please report here. If someone has a solution to this, please tell here, too.
« Last Edit: October 06, 2015, 01:08:37 pm by ProhibitCrashes »

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Hi , i just wondered if you have the midi pads set to the correct midi notes . can you play on your keyboard  and of the drum sounds ,if so  you may find the notes recorded to the track are on a different octave to the pads .


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Now I can bring midi recording into the midi track with Spark LE, but now the Spark VST cannot connect to the Spark LE Hardware... So no midi exchange between Spark LE/midi track and VST is possible... Hmmm... Why that?

What I did: Created a SparkLE Midi Device in Studio One (Set 'Send to' to 'MIDI OUT2 (USB2-MIDI emulated)', Set 'Receive from' to 'SparkLE', Switched in the Spark LE to the SparkLE midi device, ticked 'Send midi from Sequencer' and 'Send midi from Pads' in Spark GUI.


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Spark Manual says I have to disable some Midi Connections. But I cannot find the right configuration option for this. The Midi Settings are quite limited in S1, so I have not the forementioned options, as the Spark manual says. There is no 'Spark private in' or 'Spark private out'....




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It's a bit weird. After an update of Studio One I cann now record Midi to my Midi track with the Pads of Spark LE. But I can only use the pads (they don't light up, because strangely Spark says, that it couldn't connect to Spark LE). Even the internal Sequencer is always running, when I record or play in the daw, even if I deactivate it....

I will try on....

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Re: How to record midi sequences in Studio One V3 with Spark VST and SparkLE?
« Reply #6 on: November 01, 2015, 10:14:15 am »
New Update of the Spark Software. I Will install it and try again. Thanks Arturia!

 

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