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Author Topic: Minilab > Analog Lab CS80v Delay Amt knob (need someone to test on mac)  (Read 1051 times)

Topaz

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Hi guys

can someone please load up a CS80 patch in analog lab and turn the Delay Amt knob and tell me if the sound is ok.

when I do this there is a pop and the sound engine cuts out.. only does it on CS80 presets.

OSX 10.8.5
latest build of analog lab.

cheers

vaikl

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You mean "Delay Wet"? Have tested a dozen CS-80 V patches now and everything works ok, no pops or cut-outs, both in standalone or in Live 9. I'm on Mavericks 10.9.2 with latest Analog Lab also.

Topaz

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Hi, no the Delay/Amt knob (14)

turning it fully clockwise and back causes a pop then no sound but only with cs80 patches in Analog Lab player (not the full CS80)

vaikl

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That might be the problem. There's a "Delay Amt" name for knob 14 on the generic Analog Lab stencil, but there's no corresponding parameter for the CS-80 V patches in Analog Lab itself. Maybe the delay amt print was made for the iSem app, not for other synths.

Now to the strange thing: In standalone mode AL shows me the "Delay Wet" parameter on knob 14 for CS-80 V patches when displaying the Minilab layout screen (below the browser). No problem there when turning this knob, sound changes as it should. If i work in Live 9 and add my Minilab as a controller on a AL track without restarting, the knob name display on the AL GUI is empty, but turning the knob won't hurt. Only if i restart Live, the knob name will appear with "Delay Wet" and all works as it should.

Topaz

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Ok, my issue is when turning the delay/amt knob with any CS80 patch Analog Lab makes a pop then the sound engine locks up.

This happens in both Au vst and stand alone.

Just to confirm this is in Analog Lab only, ie: I have not native plugins installed, no v-collection plugins.

Topaz

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Just a note to say this is a confirmed bug and will be fixed in the next version,.

SunBro

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Here we are, two years later and this bug has finally been fixed with analog lab II.

vaikl

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Here we are, two years later and this bug has finally been fixed with analog lab II.

Don't think that they have fixed anything in AL 1 :-\ :-\ It's not magic to let a product die and make something new instead of solving problems for existing customers.

SunBro

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Here we are, two years later and this bug has finally been fixed with analog lab II.

Don't think that they have fixed anything in AL 1 :-\ :-\ It's not magic to let a product die and make something new instead of solving problems for existing customers.
We all can talk hours and hours about this, i did everything on my part to get them to fix stuff... i guess we should just shut up and be grateful for the free upgrade we got.

vaikl

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We all can talk hours and hours about this, i did everything on my part to get them to fix stuff... i guess we should just shut up and be grateful for the free upgrade we got.

Editing your V4 instruments in the new AL2 will cost you 99,- minimum (only for your existing, licensed V4 synths), because you'll have to update to new engines and GUIs. That's not a "free upgrade".

SunBro

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We all can talk hours and hours about this, i did everything on my part to get them to fix stuff... i guess we should just shut up and be grateful for the free upgrade we got.

Editing your V4 instruments in the new AL2 will cost you 99,- minimum (only for your existing, licensed V4 synths), because you'll have to update to new engines and GUIs. That's not a "free upgrade".

Well, i have zero standalone modules. Analog lab is literally all i have. But for your case, yeah, that's not free at all. Sorry.

 

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