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Author Topic: Only four controller knobs? And how to turn of delay/reverb completely?  (Read 568 times)

Trond

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I've had Analog Lab V for a while, but I just can't understand why there is the 8 macros available for adjustments. I missing the possibility to edit drawbars on the organs. Id there no way to adjust more paramaters with their own fader or button.

And why is there no way to turn of the delay and reverb on every sound?

marie_arturia

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If you go to the settings panel by clicking on the wheel at the top right of the screen, in the MIDI tab you can chose a different MIDI Controller. If you select Generic 9 knobs + 9 faders you'll have the possibility to access faders and map what you want on them :)

I don't understand what you mean by "there no way to turn of the delay and reverb on every sound", turning the delay volume and reverb volume (knobs 7 & 8 of the Generic 9 knobs controller) to 0 will "turn off" the reverb and delay since they're send effects.

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How to turn off effects
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2021, 03:38:53 pm »
Hi,

> I don't understand what you mean by "there no way to turn of the delay and reverb on every sound", turning the delay volume and reverb volume (knobs 7 & 8 of the Generic 9 knobs controller) to 0 will "turn off" the reverb and delay since they're send effects.

This does not seem to be the case at all for me either. There seem to be many presets that have effects as an intrinsic part of the preset, and thus cannot be switched off in any way.

Is this correct, or am I missing something really obvious here?

JDoo

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Could you name a few of the Instrument/Preset combinations?  It would make it easier to check out what you're seeing.   

flyjat76

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I've had Analog Lab V for a while, but I just can't understand why there is the 8 macros available for adjustments. I missing the possibility to edit drawbars on the organs. Id there no way to adjust more paramaters with their own fader or button.

And why is there no way to turn of the delay and reverb on every sound?

Analog Lab is basically a preset player for the V Collection with only limited editing options. If you want full control of an instrument, you'll need to purchase the full instrument - or of course the full V Collection.

JDoo

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I've had Analog Lab V for a while, but I just can't understand why there is the 8 macros available for adjustments. I missing the possibility to edit drawbars on the organs. Id there no way to adjust more paramaters with their own fader or button.

And why is there no way to turn of the delay and reverb on every sound?

Analog Lab is basically a preset player for the V Collection with only limited editing options. If you want full control of an instrument, you'll need to purchase the full instrument - or of course the full V Collection.

True this -- but many (most?) of the provided presets, have pre-mapped controls for effects (even if you do not own the instrument) - which is why, it would be good to know which instrument-patches the OP is talking about. :)

Bodster

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I have just had an email from tech support at Arturia and they confirmed the reverb and delay are effectively 'embedded' into many of the preset sounds in Analog Lab V and CANNOT be removed or reduced in level without owning full versions of all the instruments.

I feel like I have paid for some demo software, to be honest.

Unfortunately this software is effectively completely unusable for me, as too many of the presets I want to use in my work are covered in effects that I cannot remove.

What a load of amateur rip-off rubbish.

 

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