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Author Topic: Keylab61 Essential, Analog lab as VST in ableton and sustain pedal problem  (Read 491 times)


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I have a Keylab 61 essential with connected sustain pedal and I'm using analog lab as a plugin in ableton. I have a very interesting problem, that doesn't make any sense.

If I choose to play any of the piano sounds (I have no problems with synth sounds or organ sounds), the sustain of that sound is just awful, even if I don't press the pedal. But if I unplug the pedal, everything sounds ok (but I can't control the sustain)....
what is even more interesting, that if I use analog lab from my desktop (not as a plugin in ableton) all the sounds works perfectly with sustain pedal connected.

The pedal works as it should with other VSTs, it even works with analog lab if I use it as an app. The problem occurs when I use Analog lab as a plugin and want to use any of the piano sounds.

  I have no idea what the problem is and I'm starting to loose my mind   :'(

Matt Arturia

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Re: Keylab61 Essential, Analog lab as VST in ableton and sustain pedal problem
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2018, 09:05:50 am »

Could you make a short video clip of the issue so that I can try to understand what is going on here ?


« Last Edit: November 29, 2018, 04:39:20 pm by Matt Arturia »


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