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Author Topic: Mini V detunes, starts going flat, in ProTools 12.8.2 during playback  (Read 814 times)

CLaws

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Hi all. As the subject line says, the Mini V starts detuning in ProTools as an insert. I record a part, play the recording back and it's fine until usually the third time I play it back and then the entire patch starts going flat and gets worse the more times I play the recording back. If I uninsert the Mini V plugin and then reinsert it it's fine for one or two playbacks and then it starts detuning again. Of course the thought of the original model D VCO tuning issues came to mind but I refuse to believe that the Mini V was created to emulate one of the most bothersome problems ever.

I bought a new Moog Model D in 1978 and within about a year started having issues with VCO 2 going out of tune. My background was in electronics so I reasoned that perhaps if I kept the Model D at a constant temperature it would help so I bought a heating pad and put it in the back of the unit. That workaround worked well for several years. So far I've not found a workaround for the Arturia Mini V and am becoming VERY frustrated. The sound of the Mini V is close enough to the real thing for me but if it won't stay in tune it's useless to me. Anyone have any ideas or fixes? Thanks for reading and any help and/or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Macbook Pro (Mid 2015)
Quadcore i7 2.2Ghz
16GB Ram
256GB SDD (102.08GB free)
Sierra 10.12.5
ProTools 12.8.2
Focusrite Clarret 4Pre
Arturia KeyLab Essential 61 Key Controller
Arturia V Collection 5 and Analog Lab 2
Yamaha P-150 and EX5
Roland VR-09
Moog Sub37TE
M-Audio Keysyation 49
Roland TD4-K
Audio Technica 4050's
Shure 57's and 58's
Lacie 1TB thunderbolt Drive
WD 1TB USB3 external HDD
MANY other plugins, guitars, amps etc.

 

 

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