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Hi Forum -
After three attempts to get an answer from Arturia technical support (with no answer at all...crickets...), I thought I'd take a chance with the Forum on my problem.

Arturia advertises: "600 samples from the original CMI library 360 presets sounds made by Arturia sound designers", but where are those 600 samples stored? They are not accessible by presets (428 total, with 61 claiming to be from the original library) and try as I might, I can't get a sense of where to find them. Wouldn't it have been nice if they had taken a little time to make each sample a preset of its own, or taken time in the documentation to note where to find the original samples?

For those who might be willing to help, I am on a Windows 10 system, with the V Collection 7. It is completely up to date with a clean install.

Thank in advance. And if anyone from Arturia is moderating this, maybe you can chime in on why there has been zero response from your tech support? I own this an the FX collection as well as a couple of your synths. I haven't had to call on you before, and have to say, if this had been an experience earlier, I likely would've spent a good deal of the money that came to you elsewhere.

Thanks to anyone who might have an answer on the CMI front.

Cheers - Jerry
V-Collection / Changing install location (Resources, VST32 & VST64)
« Last post by Bomboletto on Today at 04:59:39 pm »
Hi All!

Is there anyway for me to change the location (to another drive) of my V Collection synths without decreasing activation limit?

I saw this article https://support.arturia.com/hc/en-us/articles/4405741448850-Customize-your-resource-folder-location but can I do the same for VST32 and VST64 folders (I see "Browse" button next to these as well...)?

I have a new SSD drive and wanted to change the install as I hope it will speed up loading times of instruments in Cubase (currently these are installed on a HDD drive and load for a long time each time).

Thank you in advance!
Pigments - Feature Requests / Re: Sequencer: Customization of presets
« Last post by EricP on Today at 02:55:32 pm »
Yes, agree that would make things easier
Pigments - Feature Requests / Arp-Seq mode ( la Polybrute)
« Last post by EricP on Today at 02:52:36 pm »
In arp mode, it would be great to be able to program the sequence of input notes (1st, 2nd, 3rd ...) using the first row, and allow small deviations of pitch for each step (+/-1 approach notes). The polybrute implementation is great in that regard and would be expanded in Pigment with all the other options (poly rythm)
Pigments - Feature Requests / Re: Global arp/seq activate/deactivate
« Last post by EricP on Today at 02:45:17 pm »
agree with a mappable arp/seq on/off button accessible from top of the interface (no need to navigate to seq tab)
I really love this feature, got me some great un-expected sounds that have a lot of character. I'm not sure if the starting sound we are on when launching the generation has any inlfuence (is it the starting A sound ?)
DrumBrute / Re: Forward USB midi clock to midi outputs
« Last post by Jessica69 on Today at 12:12:12 pm »
Anything going to the MIDI IN on the Rytm needs to be sending clock if you want it to come out of the THRU port, this is just standard MIDI workings. Sending USB clock to the Rytm will not present clock at the THRU port either, only DIN.
Ahh yes - brainfart, sorry!  :-[

The Wheel and the Ribbon can also be recorded, so yes it is indeed (indirectly) available in the matrix through the controllers :)

I'm returning mine. Lots of the keys had this issue and F sharps have a scraping feeling sound/feedback. Some of the B, C, C#s click. Some keys felt really nice but I don't trust that they wouldn't all develop the same clicky fault in a matter of weeks and months. The Arturia Keylab 88 MKII seems to use a Fatar TP100LR which, on looking at one or two teardowns of this action as used in Studio Logic 88 and others, it seems to be designed with nothing to stop sides of keys clicking against the adjacent ones. Extremely thin foam is used to absorb the plastic hammer strike. People are posting videos replacing the TP100LR foam with something better but that shouldn't have to happen within a year. It seems like poor manufacturing/poor materials is to blame for the hammer action/rattle/click/crunch issues. Sounds like some shielding on the sides of keys and better quality materials would improve this. Apparently old 1990s TP10 action did not click in this way. It's a pity as otherwise this seemed like a good keyboard. Legs were far too high though for sitting and not adjustable. But one youtube video showed TP100LR sounding like a clicky disaster after a year in a Studio Logic 88 - but that was a studio logic 88 with this TP/100LR action if that is indeed what is used in the Keylab88 MK II. Shouldn't be this difficult to get something of quality though. I'd pay more to have something last 20 years rather than just 1 or 2.
CS-80 V4 - Feature Requests / Re: Expression
« Last post by MajorFubar on Today at 08:51:23 am »
Right I'll have to look into this because up to now I have been unable to get this VST to ever respond to expression.

Thanks for the info, as always.
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