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Kurre

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  1. I would like to know what the name is of your virtual instrument.
  2. I see it as: The style is made by you when it comes to Ample Sound The style is pre-made by Ujam.
  3. Is it just me or does the bass singers doing a little duel? 😍
  4. @DSL It looks like you changed the arpeggiator settings. The track settings is in the left window. Under FX you have those three settings, Channel, Bank, Program, that currently is set to none. Change C-none to channel 6. I think...i haven't touched the daw for quite a while now. Makes me unsure of things.
  5. Bagpipe is nice! πŸ˜€
  6. Ok. My fault. I associate spdif with toslink. Coaxial is just digital signal for me without further clasification. With that difference i never have the kind of misunderstanding we have here.
  7. S/PDIF and coaxial are two different connectors for digital signals. Coaxial uses digital signals thru metal threads. Even if it can use the same cables as analog audio the signal could not be used by analog gear. S/PDIF uses digitals signals converted to laserlight thru fiberoptics. No likeness to analog gear. Posts above was unclear about the difference and use. You can NOT connect a coaxial output to a S/PDIF input.
  8. You're welcome. πŸ€— I came across it when i did a setup of my home cinema. My reciever have coaxial audio in and out.
  9. You'll need this: https://www.amazon.com/Digital-Optical-Analog-audio-converter/dp/B004C4WPXA
  10. I think i have seen that before. It was because they where in a zipfile. You have to unzip first, if that's the case.
  11. @IgoRr Sorry if i made you angry. πŸ€—
  12. @IgoRr Well then. My guess would be about what has the focus for the time when you are saving. You're not saving what you think you're saving.
  13. My Cakewalk start with the "basic" template. Empty. I then open one of the saved projects in my list and continue to work on that. I seldom remember to close the "basic" template so it still is there in the background. I then save the work in the open project and close Cakewalk with the "X" exit button. The save question come up and i say no. When i start Cakewalk next time and open the project i was working on it have saved the things i told it to save. First times the save scenario happen it had me wondering why. Because i knew i had saved my project that i worked on. I now get it that it has to do with my start template window. Even without doing anything in it, it ask me if i want to save it. It obvious has to do with the template turning itself into a project just by being opened. I like to look at a track view with something in it on start so i keep saying no to saving the hidden empty project. πŸ™ƒ
  14. Google gives: Musiclabs Rhytm.n.chords. That plugin is no longer available. Seems it some sort of blend with an arpeggiator, step sequenser and midi patterns for guitarchords. The lack of a guitar instrument and chord patterns make an adaption impossible because the bass instrument doesn't have chords. The TS have to find a third party plugin.
  15. Kurre

    HELP

    Could there have been a power outage? USB devices don't like to be disconnected. That led me to the question.
  16. It's no wonder there's so much shit-music nowadays. All good songs is already made.
  17. Maybe change the base note from 0 to -2 in the preferences?
  18. It's a bit funny that. My pc have a couple of Usb3 connectors. I bought another external HD and together with that a Usb3 hub. Connected the Usb3 hub to the Usb3 connector on the pc. Connected two external HD to the hub and they showed up in the file explorer. The day after, restarted pc, it was only showing one HD. No matter what i do it would end with only one HD showing. Thinking the hub was buggy i switched it out for an old Usb2 hub connected to the same Usb3 connector on the pc . And now it's working. I see both HD's and they are still there after restart. I checked the info about the HD's and found out they was not Usb3 as i thought but Usb2. The mystical thing is > Why did the Usb3 hub accept one HD but not two? πŸ€”
  19. Midi hardware can be chained by connecting the midi out from synth X to midi in on synth Y. Then midi out on synth Y to midi in on synth Z and so on. In such a case it is necessary to filter out channels. Synth Y should be set to its own channel that differ from the rest of the synths in the chain. Otherwise it will play a midistream that's meant for another synth in the chain or, if omni, play every channel. It would probably freeze the synth because of the problem with playing the same notes at the same time. (Just some general info for those that find the topic title interesting.)
  20. My guess is that it has to do with a plugin. Probably a Sonar plugin.
  21. I agree that there's no info about free plugin at Best Service or UnitedPlugins. Maybe it's that tomorrow bit that's important. Lets see if there is info tomorrow.
  22. Just re-discovered SuperTron. It has cool arpeggios. SuperTron by Solcito MΓΊsica is a Virtual Analog synth with retro architecture for vintage and modern sounds. It's available as VSTi and as Stand Alone Application. Suitable for arpeggios, bass, pads, atmospheres, solos, leads, noisy and Sci-Fi sounds, electronic drums, etc. It's resizable and Free. https://www.kvraudio.com/product/supertron-by-solcito-musica
  23. Kurre

    Reaper gotta have

    https://www.reaper.fm/
  24. Spot the false one competition. I have two: https://www.livescience.com/goldfish-memory.html https://www.thoughtco.com/who-invented-scissors-4070946
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