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Title: ARTURIA KILLS "EXTERNAL AUDIO" ind MODULAR V! Bad move, Arturia...
Post by: jduesenb on September 04, 2018, 01:17:08 am
After wasting hours trying to figure out how to connect "EXTERNAL AUDIO" to MODULAR V3, Arturia told me that the feature doesn't exist anymore!!
BOOOOOO, ARTURIA....

The "answer" officially provided by Arturia: THEY REMOVED THE FEATURE. THERE IS NO "Effects" implementation of MODUAR V in V3 any more! They simple REMOVED IT, affairs
 without even teliing anybody! ANd even worse, they've left the external audio inputs on the face panel!  Having gadgets on your GUI that don't do anything is actually FRAUDULENT.

Below I've pasted in the full message from Arturia "Support." I'm certainly never going to have anything to do with Arturia again.

   
Josť (Arturia Support)
Sep 4, 00:17 CEST

Hello John

Thank you for using our instruments!

Sorry for the inconvenience but this feature has been removed in the latest version of the Modular V3, Previous versions came with a Modular V Audio Effect plug-in.

Please feel free to contact us if you need more assistance.

Best Regards,
Title: Re: ARTURIA KILLS "EXTERNAL AUDIO" ind MODULAR V! Bad move, Arturia...
Post by: lunker on February 11, 2019, 02:53:37 am
Interesting ... that feature is working fine for me in version 3.3.1.1782

I routed an audio track to Modular V3, and the contents of that track is present on the "Ext Left" and "Ext Right" connections in Modular V3, and can be routed to the input of any module for processing.
Title: Re: ARTURIA KILLS "EXTERNAL AUDIO" ind MODULAR V! Bad move, Arturia...
Post by: LBH on February 11, 2019, 12:57:07 pm
There is unfortunately no longer a Effect plugin (VSTe) like there was before Modular V3. It's needed in some DAWs to use the ext audio in feature. I need one in Studio One to use this feature.

The ext audio in feature is still in the instrument plugin (VSTi), and can be used where it's possible to somehow route audio into a instrument/ instrument track.