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  • in reply to: Oberheim matrix 1000 Proposal #11854
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    There is a bug where env1 does not fully respond to sysx:

    “The filter to envelope modulation modulates the cutoff frequency to envelope 1 by default when editing preset patches. The Matrix 1000 firmware has a bug where envelope 1 sustain isn’t handled over its individual sysex parameter message. The work-around simply sends a complete packet of parameters for the entire voice when sustain is adjusted.”

    From this page:
    http://www.midibox.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=chaos_matrix

    Hope this helps 🙂

    in reply to: Alesis Andromeda A6 #4732
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    I think there are a lot of NRPN messages too.

    There was this guy on Gearslutz some months ago who convinved the guy from reKon audio to build an editor if there were at least 100 people willing to buy it. I think he got more then 100 people together willing to invest in a good editor but the guy from reKon wanted one of them to send his Andromeda which noone wanted of cource.
    But it proves that there is a market for a commercial editor <img loading=” title=”Wink” />

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    "msepsis":2zvj480g wrote:
    I’d be interested if anyone here has any experience with the ESI M8u XL? It’s the only 8-port interface I know of that supposedly works well under linux. I don’t use linux often for MIDI but it would be nice to have one on my xp/kxstudio box as kxstudio just kicks ass and has continued to get better and better.

    [url:2zvj480g]http://www.esi-audio.com/products/m8uxl/[/url:2zvj480g][/quote:2zvj480g]

    I recently swaped my Motu for this one and I’m happy I did… The timing seems tighter (could be my imagination of cource) and the Motu always had problems when resetting the computer in windows (XP and 7×64) where it would "look" as if it’s turned on but Cubase/Nuendo could not find it. Had to unplug the USB cable and replug it to make it work.

    in reply to: monstrumWaveXT: Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk Panel #2425
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    Hi <img loading=” title=”Smile” />

    I’ve been testing it.

    For some reason, when I use the plugin version in Nuendo 5.5 and I enable the midi ports I want to use I still can’t select them.. The only option remains is port3 on mtpav, which is your interface I think?
    In the standalone version this does work.. I think this is a CTRLR problem and not a problem with your device? Maybe Atom can join in about this?

    I don’t think there is a library function build in (yet)? Otherwise I can’t seem to find it?

    Other then that it’s looking very promising and I do get it to work in stand alone mode. (but I was hoping for the plugin functionality)

    Another "bug" I think. When I press full-screen I can’t get it to "un-fullscreen" but when I close the editor window in Nuendo by pressing the "e" (for loading the vst GUI) and then pressing the e again to open it again, it’s not full screen anymore but Nuendo gives an error. I don’t think it can handle full screen vsts. This is also not a problem with your panel I think?

    I’m on vacation for 2 weeks so I won’t be able to do more testing untill I get back.

    in reply to: monstrumWaveXT: Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk Panel #2422
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    Cool!

    yes, uwave is a good editor… But the biggest "problem" is that is’t not a plugin. Having to use separate programs, while working on a project, is not exactly my preferred workflow.

    in reply to: monstrumWaveXT: Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk Panel #2420
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    I read there was a sounddiver editor, which I never used, that had sample import for the wavetables. So it should be possible.

    In the Sountower editor (which is not a plugin) it’s also possible.. But that editor isn’t that easy to navigate.

    in reply to: monstrumWaveXT: Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk Panel #2418
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    Hi msepsis.

    A stand alone version would be great (the new ctrlr feature). And an easy way to edit the wavetables…

    in reply to: Virus TI Snow Panel #3222
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    Is this meant to complement the VST for automation? so if you send this over midi to the virus, will it update the vst?

    in reply to: monstrumWaveXT: Waldorf Microwave II/XT/XTk Panel #2413
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    will this or a future update also allow you to edit the tables?

    in reply to: New road #2288
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    The potential of your project is huge. If you get it all working, inc the library, you should at least ask for donations IMHO.

    Anyway, I wouldn’t "steal" any sdk from avid unless you want to have to take it down or go to court..

    in reply to: New road #2282
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    Any idea about the timeframe for the release?

    in reply to: Oberheim Matrix 1000 Bugs / Requests #2177
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    "enigmafon":2l0n9log wrote:
    I am running Windows XP SP2.
    Ableton 8.20
    Oberheim – Matrix 1000 – Win32.dll revision 19.

    To reproduce the problem, i just open the CTRLR matrix 1000 VST in Ableton, and click on the options icon.. the MIDI options aren’t there.
    If i save the session in Ableton, the CTRLR settings are saved.
    If i quit without saving the Ableton session, the settings are NOT saved.

    so everytime i want to use CTRLR in a new Ableton session i have to reenter the same MIDI settings information OVER AND OVER AGAIN.
    The idea is, why not save them permanently?

    Most people setup their MIDI hardware connections once and that is it.. nobody likes to be patching MIDI Cables.
    It is silly to have to reenter the same info over and over again everytime i want to use the VST.

    Thanks[/quote:2l0n9log]

    I havn’t used ableton enough to know if this is possible, but in most DAWs you can make templates with all the plugins you need pre-loaded..

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