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Floppy

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Mini V3 problem
« on: July 15, 2021, 12:10:35 pm »

hi Guys

We apologize for the possibly incorrect English translation.

I have a.o. the Arturia V-Collection 7.
The "MiniV3" contained therein is the best Minimoog emulation I know.

However, the "MiniV3" has a nasty bug, which unfortunately makes it virtually unusable.
This error does not occur with the "MiniV2" version!

The point is that the current MiniV3 (in Cubase) loses its pulse width settings,
if there is a Spuhr with the "contact" from Native Instruments below the MiniV3 Spuhr.
A very strange mistake!
All three oscillators of the MiniV3 are affected by the problem, if the base wave is a square wave
is set and the pulse width of the square wave is changed.
If you save the Cubase project and load it again, the MiniV3 loses the manually set
Pulse width values.
Since the recently released V-Collection update, whereby the MiniV3 has also been updated,
If this error occurs only after the second (!) loading of a Cubase project,
which makes the whole thing even funnier.

I would like to laugh too, but instead I get angry about it
that Arturia has not been able to fix this error for months,
which basically made the MiniV3 unusable for me,
because the pulse width values ​​are often decisive for the sound (!)
but no later than the second time the project is loaded, the sound of the MiniV3 is completely changed again.

I have made a video clip here, where I show the problem in more detail.

http://www.alphawaves.de/video.html

Please do not be surprised if your browser complains that it is not an https page.

The clip is in German.
It was created a few months ago.
Therefore the software versions used here are not up to date.
The mentioned error (still) occurs with the current software versions.



Regards @ all :)

 

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