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Author Topic: Presets in Analog Lab "Out of Tune"  (Read 1305 times)


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Presets in Analog Lab "Out of Tune"
« on: October 06, 2014, 02:53:12 am »
Hello, new synth user here.

Upon setting up Analog lab on my PC, it appears that every preset is out of tune (sharp by about two semitones). (e.g. playing an A key results in a tone closer to B)

Plugging the synth into a friend's mac running ableton produces notes that are in tune, so I'm sure it is a settings or software issue.

Are there any parameters I can adjust to try and get the system "back in tune"?  I have the modulation minimized, and would prefer to not have to duct tape the pitch knob into a position that sets everything right.  :)


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Re: Presets in Analog Lab "Out of Tune"
« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2014, 08:51:44 pm »
Same thing happens on me. I just bought an Arturia Keylab 61 with Analog lab and all presets in Analog Lab seems to be out of tune about a semitone. I have installed it in a PC.
I think this is not a fail from the keyboard because I'm using other softwares and are all on tune with the same keyboard. It only happens when I use Analog lab.
I sent a technical request 2 days ago but no answer from Arturia...


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Re: Presets in Analog Lab "Out of Tune"
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2015, 03:41:08 pm »
I'm getting something worse in that Analog Lab presets/sounds are a full octave lower than the separate synth plays. What I mean is in Analog Lab using say the CS80 I have MIDI notes that play A3 but if I substitute a separate CS80 for the AL instance all of a sudden that A3 is now an A2. It does this with every Arturia synth in the V4 Collection.
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