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That noise is most likely a ground loop. I've run into this a lot when using USB and audio devices. I'd say first, make sure you're using TRS audio cables to connect your brute to the audio interface. If you're still hearing hum try this guy. It's basically an isolation transformer that will break the ground loop. It has 2 channels, but you'll only need one for the microbrute. I've used a Behringer version (the linked one is cheaper) and  and it worked like a charm. Hope this helps.
MicroBrute Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: How to set up microbrute
« Last post by RadicalAns on September 12, 2014, 03:55:24 pm »
One solution for DAW integration could be the Keith McMillen Instruments QuNexus. It has multiple CV outputs that can be modulated via a DAW. If I'm reading their website correctly you can use it to control pitch, filter cutoff, pulse width, supersaw, overtone, and metalizer via your DAW. I actually have one of these on order, so I'll report back when it arrives.

More info and a video  here:
I've been using the Line out w/ my Memory Boy and a cheap Reverb pedal. Would the headphone jack work better, level wise?
BeatStep - Technical Questions - FAQ / beatstep not sequencing akai mpx16
« Last post by benway on September 12, 2014, 02:45:49 pm »
I can play the mpx16 samples from the beatstep's pads in controller mode but I can't get the BEATSTEP to sequence the mpx16.
Apparently mpx receives midi on all channels and sends on channel 10 (if that information is of any use).
Can someone help me prepare a template?
Hi all, first time that I am really really interested in a controller. I tried Akai for the pads before, Griffin for control but all of them sent back to saler or I resaled them. Now Beatsteps is in my big big focus  :D

My question is, if I can use the Beatsteps to control functions in Logic9 e.g. solo-buttons for the tracks via the pads, and the first line of knobs for frequency and the second line for gain of the Channel-EQ. I never programmed CC or anything esle, I am a beginner on configuring a controller to Logic. I don't know if the knobs will only control a EQ in one track - or for every EQ window thats active on the screen.  ???
So is this possible?

Thx!  8)
BeatStep / Re: Clarification on Beatstep question about glide between steps
« Last post by benway on September 12, 2014, 07:12:45 am »
I think you can enable glide by pressing shift and turning rotary encoder N.3. Is thus what you want to know?
MicroBrute Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Missing Sequences after FW update?
« Last post by labfield on September 11, 2014, 11:59:43 pm »
Nevermind, figured it out. In the Microbrute Connection software I switched Sequencer Control -> Step on to Clk (from Gate) and it started working!
MicroBrute Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Missing Sequences after FW update?
« Last post by labfield on September 11, 2014, 09:59:29 pm »
How did you solve it? I got the same problem after upgrading to
Spark Technical Issues / Reaper + Spark plugin latency -> Simple Solution
« Last post by zygmorph on September 11, 2014, 07:53:46 pm »
For those who may be struggling with latency in Reaper (or perhaps any DAW) as I was, I noticed that the huge latency I experienced went away whenever the track was armed for recording. That gave me the clue I needed... the buffers and prioritizes things depending on what it thinks you're trying to do (obviously something you're playing in real-time should get priority).

To make this effect permanent, bring up the contextual menu for the track that Spark is on. Go to "Track Performance Options" and tick "Prevent Anticipative FX". This is essentially a buffer that does no good for real-time instruments! Read about it here:

I hope this helps any of you who have been having difficulties with this software.
Free Speech / Re: V Collection showing its age?
« Last post by channel0 on September 11, 2014, 07:50:24 pm »
Your suggestion certainly makes sense for the increasing number of tablet-users,
but people with ordinary pc's/macs will still prefer the classic looks IMHO.
Either way, there should be a choice to use the classic default interface or
a more touch-friendly GUI.
Not sure if the people at Arturia have the time to do a total make-over...
But how about a dev-toolkit, with which people can design new, more touch-oriented GUI's?
It might boost involvement and contributions from the user community, as well as attract
a new generation of noodlers :D
Mind, I would only limit this toolkit to customizing the GUI.
IMHO something the devs at Arturia could cook up with not too much of a fuss ;)
best regards

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