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Dennis Chekaldin

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Analog Lab 1.1 as VST and AU
« on: January 19, 2014, 08:12:59 am »
Hi, Arturia

Just installed Analog Lab version 1.1 and updated the firmware on my Keylab 61 controller to version 1.33
Good job on making the preset names viewable on the LCD display and the vertical faders working better.
The standalone app works well, you can browse and choose the presets without almost any lags or glitches on the LCD.

But did you test the VST or AU versions of the software? Similar to the first versions of the Analog Laboratory the VST and AU plugins are slow and buggy, and that is in Ableton Live 9.1 on a 15 inch Retina MacBook Pro 1.8 GHz Intel core i7 16GB RAM running on Mac OS X 10.9.1.

What seems to be the most surprising paradox is that the standalone app works without the obvious issues in browsing presets and adjusting the parameters of a patch.
What's the problem with making the plugin versions of the software work in the same manner as the standalone app and when will you get this fixed?
Appreciate the controller and the patches, but maybe it's time you got the VST and AU's browsing and adjustments working properly, especially since you're regularly updating the software?

Also, in the update manual of the 1.33 firmware you have the instructions to the version prior to the Midi Control Center 1.0 release.

Would be terrific if you also solved several of these other issues:
- A nice addition would be an update to the software which would make it fully graphically compatible with retina displays.
- Did you think about adding the KeyLabs and Analog Laboratories as default control surfaces in Ableton, so that at least the transport buttons would be mapped correctly?
- Maybe clean up the forum a bit from spam threads?


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