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MatrixBrute - Technical Issues / Re: Tuning and sound stability in paraphonic mode
« Last post by Vic-tor on September 19, 2017, 12:15:10 pm »
Hey Pat !

Good to read that you are enjoying the synth :) I too have had (and still have sometime) hours of experimenting on it

What you are hearing is the filter being clipped due to the 3 oscillators being played at the same time. While this phenomena is usually useful for mono sounds; playing different chords will result in different "overdrive tones", which may sound weird if you are not aiming for this sound in particular.

To have a clean paraphonic sound with the triangles :

-Set the waveform knob levels on VCO 1 & 2 to the maximum (so that it matches VCO 3 which is always @ max level;
-Set the VCO 1 2 & 3 mixer level to about 60%

Now it should be clean ! The only side effect is that the overall preset volume will be quieter than mono patches that tend to have the waveforms cranked up in the mixer.


Hope it helps ! :)
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Hi,

Sorry for the delay. This is weird because Keylab Essential encoders and faders are pre-mapped to Analog Lab 2, so you should have nothing to configure.

  • Are you correctly in Analog Lab memory on your Keylab Essential ?
  • On Analog Lab 2, on the bottom toolbar, on MIDI Controller, is your Keylab Essential selected ?
  • Is the preset browser on the Keylab Essential is correctly working with feedback on the LCD ?


Regards,

Matthieu
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I have KeyLab Essential knobs and faders working in Cubase in Analog Lab 2 VST by going into MIDI Control Center and changing all the controller numbers by avoiding all those used by the default set up.
For anyone interested, I've attached my MIDI controller config file exported from Analog Lab 2 VST.

Best,
Jules

Hi, thanks for your work ! i don't see where your config file is attached to this message ? (sorry :) )
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MatrixBrute - Technical Issues / Tuning and sound stability in paraphonic mode
« Last post by Mallorn on September 19, 2017, 08:03:48 am »
Dear Matrix Brute Users.

First of all, I would like to say, that I am happy to be here. This is my first post here, so - Hello Everyone :)
As a new, excited and inspired new Matrix explorer, I have spent many hours during the first week of my new musical adventure.
I have one question: when I set all three oscillators to triangle or sine (it is possible when you use VCO 1 and 2 sub transposed higher) and play chords in paraphonic mode, there is kind of distortion between sounds. Is it normal? I can imagine, that two triangle or sine waves may interfere with each other, but I prefer to ask.

All the best for You (and thanks in advance for any response)
Pat
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MatrixBrute - Technical Issues / Re: Saving arpeggio sequence
« Last post by DrJustice on September 18, 2017, 09:51:45 pm »
A few points that may help:

- Arpeggios are not saved, which makes sense since arpeggiators normally operates only on an held chord and have no sequencer data associated with it.
- Sequences are saved with the sounds when the Link button is activated. 
- Sequences are loaded with the sounds when the Link button is activated. If Link is off, the last active sequence remains in effect.
- Sequences can be saved to any preset when using the Save button in the SEQUENCER section.
- Matrix Arpeggiator patterns are saved in the same way as sequences.
- The Sequencer and Arpeggiator buttons only determine whether the seq/arp will be activated when you hit the keys.


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MatrixBrute - Technical Issues / Re: Saving arpeggio sequence
« Last post by rean1mator on September 18, 2017, 08:47:38 pm »
so playing around with it more extensive all the save features only impact an actual sequence when the sequence button is lit.  Would nice if this is support3ed in arpeggio mode as well no?

or some sort of ability to save an arpeggio as a sequence would be great too.  hopefully in a future update.
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MiniLab MKII Technical Issues / Re: Jumpy Knobs
« Last post by blue_heron on September 18, 2017, 07:37:46 pm »
I have the same problem with the second MiniLab MKII already.
Here's a video that show the behavior of knob #2 in Moog Model 15 running on an iPad Pro.
You can see the values jumping back and forth. In a MIDI monitor i can see that values come in packs of 3-6 messages and some times run backwards up to 7 units.

https://youtu.be/A_pcJZ0UfF0
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I have KeyLab Essential knobs and faders working in Cubase in Analog Lab 2 VST by going into MIDI Control Center and changing all the controller numbers by avoiding all those used by the default set up.
For anyone interested, I've attached my MIDI controller config file exported from Analog Lab 2 VST.

Best,
Jules
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Beatstep Pro - General Discussions / Re: MIDI Routing - Sanity Check
« Last post by krebshack on September 18, 2017, 04:22:00 pm »
I guess, no, it's not essential that the TR-09 act as the time keeper if it's possible to have the BSP act as the time keeper. It was just the first set up that I thought of.
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MatrixBrute - General discussions / Re: WORD list of MatrixBrute Factory Presets
« Last post by jurget on September 18, 2017, 01:11:13 pm »
Thank you,

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