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When I turn ultrasaw control clockwise, a "ghost" start sounding endless, is it normal?  :-\
It is at same octave than the produced key note, and increase the volumen when I increase the master volume.
Is Anyone with same trouble?
Luis from Argentina.
Analog Factory / Re: Analog Factory 2.5 not working with Garageband
« Last post by Kiritopa on August 14, 2014, 05:11:33 am »
Ok I now realize Garageband 10 is in 64bit and Analog Factory is in 32bit. Looks like I can only use Analog Factory in 32bit recording software. Anyway to change either of them to match?
Spark Technical Issues / SparkLE SysEx and more
« Last post by mister_variable on August 14, 2014, 03:30:25 am »

I found a SparkLE with manual and install disc - I'm assuming I won't be able to authorize with the serial/activation included (because someone else already installed it etc)..  that's ok, as I will continue using it in demo mode until I can't take it any longer, break down and buy the software.

Excuse my lack of understanding, I have been having a hard time differentiating between "Spark" hardware and "Spark" software etc.. (seems like the two should never be separated?)

After lurking around on your FTP, I downloaded several things related to Spark/SparkLE. The software has been a bit of a pain, but I'm beginning to get the hang of it.  It definitely crashes more than I'd like.. however I really like the look and feel of the hardware. 

From the "About Spark" screen:

Spark 1.6.1 Build 157 (rev: d6868dc) 64 bit
Controller Version:
Build Date: Mar 22 2013 01:26:07

I have a ton of questions:

1.  Is this controller too old for the version of Spark I'm using?  There are buttons and knobs in the software that are not on my unit.
2.  Is that contributing to crashes?  (It really doesn't like it when I change pattern length/Follow mode etc)
3.  Is there any way I can toggle the hardware LEDs with MIDI/SysEx messages??  I would love to experiment with this controller in Max/MSP and more..
4.  Is there a SysEx message guide/map/list/anything that is available to the public?  (I would LOVE that.)

(or if you send it to me privately, I promise I won't share it with anyone..)

Anyway, keep up the good work and thanks.
MiniLab Users Community / Re: Full Synths in MiniLab
« Last post by mekajinn on August 14, 2014, 02:13:00 am »
uhhhh... After I bought the MiniLab I was quite happy to instantly buy the V Collection in US Dollars (using the current offer) allowing me to get the whole lot for about 120... bargain!
MiniLab Users Community / MiniLab suggestion
« Last post by mekajinn on August 14, 2014, 02:11:20 am »
Hi all, new here, so this may have been brought up before....

I've had my little MiniLab for a few days now... bought for it's convenient size and apparent ability to control many parameters as well as the usual Pitch and Mod etc.

Very happy with it so far, although certain elements could be better explained in the manual... but no biggie really.

However, the ability to control RPNs and NRPNs is a big plus... but now that I have actually utilised that big plus I find that I want to be able to program System Exclusive messages to it. 

So how about it Arturia?  I can't think of anything else that could improve it (subject to it going wrong later)... other than being able to program SysEx into the rotary controls.

Anyone else have any thoughts on this matter, or have i just spent far too long playing MIDI, and need to get a proper hobby like building HMS Victory out of matchsticks?

BeatStep - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Double Hits With Pads
« Last post by RadicalAns on August 14, 2014, 02:03:23 am »
I switched to the included USB cable and tried it through my PC and still got double hits. The same for powering it with a wall wart and using a midi cable.
KeyLab Presets Zone / Pizzicat preset drowned in reverb!
« Last post by Amalgamoth on August 13, 2014, 11:57:59 pm »
Hi there,
I really like the Pizzicat preset from the Jupiter-8V plug-in. To me it sounds both mystical and creepy and I'd like to use it for something. However, in default setting I find it has way too much reverb. One single touch on a key makes a note ring on endlessly, until it almost drowns into the background. I tried to decrease this reverb with the fader and rotary knobs, but to no avail. They altered the basic sound of this preset, but not the reverb. Where should I precisely look to make this sound less extreme?
MicroBrute Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Out of tune on higher octaves
« Last post by BichoVergara on August 13, 2014, 08:30:34 pm »
Hello everyone ... I think I can explain in simple words how the rear screws works.
I've been trying to tune my microBrute for the past few days, and it was a headache for me to understand how the rear screws works ... after trial and error I have come to the following conclusions:
First of all (as Bruno@arturia said) "the one next to fine tune the offset is, the other one is the slope" ... for me that means nothing, but it serves as a reference.
Sure... warm up for 30-45 minutes and have at hand a tuner.
Take as a reference C3, which is the center C of the central octave (octave 0).
The first screw (Offset) serves to place the knob "fine tune" centered (something like a "gross tune")
The second screw (Slope) serves to zoom in or out C2 from C4.
and there you go!!
The truth is that I am not an expert in analog, and I'm far from being a keyboardist... more like a guy who likes to make noise
If someone wants to correct me, please go ahead!!!.
KeyLab Technical Issues / KEYLAB 49-CUBASE 7 ELEMENTS
« Last post by mesoxoriths on August 13, 2014, 04:22:35 pm »
Anyone? Hello? Has no one else wanted to do this, or figured out a way to do it automatically?
Pretty please?
Arturia, what say you about this?
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