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Pigments - Technical Issues / Re: MIDI Mappings are not remembered
« Last post by LBH on January 20, 2022, 07:36:26 pm »

Please read this: https://forum.arturia.com/index.php?topic=108293.0
It's the same topic i believe.
Pigments - Technical Issues / MIDI Mappings are not remembered
« Last post by gosmith on January 20, 2022, 06:33:45 pm »
I'm using three instances of Pigments, within host application GigPerformer, with each instance set to a different MIDI channel (1, 2, 3). In each instance, I've set up MIDI mappings for CC#7 to control its master volume: CC#7 on MIDI Ch. 1 controls the first instance, on MIDI Ch. 2 it controls the second instances, and on Ch. 3 the third instance. This works great as long as I keep GigPerformer open, but unfortunately these mappings are not saved within the host file - they are lost when I close GigPerformer and reopen the same host file. (Actually, the Ch. 1 mapping is "remembered", since it is the default setting, but the other two instances default back to master volume responding to CC#7 on MIDI channel 1 only.)

I've tried creating Saved Configurations for the 2nd and 3rd instances, but these configurations disappear when I reopen the host file. I don't see any point in exporting the configurations and re-importing them every time, as this would take longer than simply re-setting the MIDI Channel #s for the 2nd and 3rd instances' CC#7 mappings.

It would be nice if the MIDI mappings could be saved with the Pigments preset, but unfortunately this does not happen either.
MicroFreak - Technical Issues / Re: Pressure function on keys not working
« Last post by Steven1957 on January 20, 2022, 04:40:29 pm »
I changed the sensitivity from 60% to 100% in utility setting. Now it is working. Thanks!!!!!!!!!
MicroFreak - Technical Issues / Re: Pressure function on keys not working
« Last post by DrJustice on January 20, 2022, 04:13:34 pm »
I have a new Microfreak. The keys play notes but there is no change from changing finger pressure. Do you have any ideas? What am I doing wrong?
While pressure in itself can give a change, varying the area of finger that touches the key is much more effective. I.e. touching with a finger tip vs putting more of the length of your finger on the key. You can also set the sensitivity in the Utility menu. Does any of that make a difference?
MatrixBrute - Technical Issues / Re: Electric shock!
« Last post by DrJustice on January 20, 2022, 04:09:18 pm »
When we talked about this over at GS, you mentioned the possibility of it being a static shock. If you touch a metal part so you get the shock, and then keep holding it, can you feel a constant current flow? If so, it's definitely not static, and I'd open a support ticket to get the experts at Arturia in on the diagnosis.
PolyBrute - Feature requests / Re: Pulse width modulation for LFO 1/2 square wave
« Last post by DrJustice on January 20, 2022, 04:03:20 pm »
Although not a "full" solution, you can use both LFO 1 and 2 together to get a variable pulsewidth LFO, using the saw + inverted saw trick:

- set LFO 1 to saw and LFO 2 to inverted saw
- set LFO 1 and LFO 2 to Retrig mode
- set LFO 1 and LFO 2 to Sync on
- set LFO 1 and LFO 2 to the same clock division
- assign both LFOs with the same amount to your destination in the mod matrix

Now you can use the Phase control for LFO 1 to set the duty cycle between 0% and 50%. The absolute output of the combined LFO varies with the pulse Phase setting, so if you modulate Phase to get PWM the output level will change too. The drawback is that since the LFOs are Synced, you must use the Sequencer rate and LFO divisions to get the rate you want.

You can also have both LFO 1 and 2 set to the same waveform, saw or inverted saw, and then use opposite polarity for their mod amounts, in case other simultaneous uses of the LFOs would benefit from from that.

Finally, LFO 3 can almost get an adjustable PW using the v 2.0 feature of inverted rise segment. That's "almost" as in there will be a slightly bendy curve on the rise and fall portions, not a fully square waveform. The advantage is that the output level is constant for all PW settings. Hold the Settings and twist the Curve knob to get the rise curve menu and select Inverted, then set the Curve knob to the max or min value. Now you can set or modulate the PW with the Symmetry knob.

Depending on the application, the slight curve on the rise and fall segments when using LFO 3 could be anything from acceptable to cool. The Curve knob can be used to set the amount of curving, with the extreme curves in its middle position, and the straightest edges at its max or min settings.
V Collection 8 - Technical Issues / Re: Error on GUI Loading
« Last post by badhabit2112 on January 20, 2022, 03:39:27 pm »
Hey everyone, I just wanted to respond after my problem was resolved.

As suggested by MajorFubar (gotta love that screen name :P ), I reinstalled my software.  Everything seams to be back to normal for now and all of my presets were untouched.  For those interested in how I did it, please read below:

First thing I did was went the finder and went to the following path:

   System Hard Drive / Library / Arturia / Presets

I made a copy of that folder and placed it on my desktop JUST to be sure my saved presets were not deleted.

Then I went to the Arturia Software Center, clicked on my V Collection 8 item in the list and used the ""Reinstall" option

I waited for everything to be completed, then reopened MainStage.  After it finished the standard "new" VI checks and opened, I checked several of my MainStage patches that had various instances of V Collection instruments.  They all worked as expected AND all of my user programs were still there.

I then deleted the patch folder I copied to the desktop since everything was still there.

Thank you for your help.  :)
AudioFuse - General discussions / Recording with reverb on headphones for singer
« Last post by wilmarboer on January 20, 2022, 02:42:45 pm »

I'm about to switch from Steinberg my interface (UR44C) to a Arturia Audiofuse Studio. But one feature that I use a lot is that the UR44C has a little but quite good sounding reverb in the control panel of the interface so I can give the singer a bit of reverb while singing while still maintaining zero latency monitoring.

From what I know now the Arturia does not have onboard DSP. But one the Arturia website there's a picture with an FX knob on the monitor page on each channel (see attachment) and a line that says "Powerful FX emulations". But looking in manuals and watching several Youtube reviews I can't find any of that.

Does or doesn't the Arturia have some onboard FX?
How do you track when a singer or instrumentalist wants some FX in their headphones?


AudioFuse - Feature Requests / Bluetooth and Synthesizer Input
« Last post by gkorts on January 20, 2022, 02:35:57 pm »
Hi folks
I am having some ideas on my iPhone pro max, recorded by music memo. I am connecting my iPhone via bluetooth to the Studio. I am connecting my guitar synthesiser SY 1000 to the input section 5+6. If I use the bluetooth connection everything else goes to mute, if I switch the bluetooth off, everything else is back again. Is it impossible to mix bluetooth with the cabled inputs? And why is the SY 1000 not working on the inserts inputs but with the line inputs? Any idea?
not sure if it the following is not possible to do, or if I am only unable to figure out how:
It's possible indeed :)

  • editing the velocity of recorded notes in the sequencer without re-recording (either individually, or globally)
(Edit: I'm not sure from your question if you know the step edit method that allow this - I'm describing it anyway, just in case, and for the benefit of others)

This can be done by using the step edit mode, and then simply re-recording the note. To enter step editing, hold the matrix button for the step you want to edit for a little while. All other steps will then turn blue, and in the top or bottom of the matrix (depending on if the the chosen step is in the top or bottom half of the matrix) will show a blue button (or more blue buttons if the step has a chord recorded). Now you can hit a key which will replace what was in that step. You can hit the key repeatedly while the sequencer is playing until you are satisfied with the velocity.

  • somewhat related: can the sequencer be set to a fixed morph, e.g. similar to "real" split mode where the lower part is always Morph A and the upper part is variable?
The default mode of the sequencer is that it morphs, but you can force the sequencer to play the A sound, and then you can play in the upper part with A/B morphing. When the sequencer is first engaged, you'll see in the Timbrality section that the Single LED is lit and the Split LED  is blinking. If you press Timbrality twice, advancing the mode, you'll see that the Split LED is now constantly lit - you now have the "real" split mode, as you say.
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