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  5. I tried a lot with the settings you mentioned. My best shot as starting out is not to use the VST PlugIn in addition to the ARA clips. After a restart of Samplitude, the playback seems to be independent of the Mono setting and the Monitor switch on the channel strip. Glad to see some tuts in Melodyne Samp respect. :-) THX BX
  6. Pro2

    License

    Thank you for your reply. Very helpful
  7. Kraznet

    License

    Regards, Kraznet
  8. Pro2

    License

    How many computers can i install Samplitude Pro X4 suite on with one license purchase ????
  9. Hi, if scanning doesn't show you the plugin you have either put the relevant plugin in the wrong folder or you're scanning the wrong folder. Open settings with "Y" and check the "User VST Plugin folder" under Effects-VST. Typically the VST/VST2 lie under C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins\ Does your other VSTs work?
  10. hi, can somebody please help me: i need to get Ozone9 running as plugin in magix samplitude 2016? how does this work? when i scann in magix for plugins it does not found ozone... thx, olaf
  11. tdor

    AM-Munition: open and cold?

    Before and after Blade Sounds demo please, we want to hear the difference now.
  12. Johnny Blade

    AM-Munition: open and cold?

    hehe... thanks, Terry... it took me a loooooooooooong time ... but I finally managed to tame the beast ...
  13. TerryBritton

    AM-Munition: open and cold?

    Well, Johnny, I'll forgive you for one. :-) Terry
  14. Johnny Blade

    AM-Munition: open and cold?

    One final addition: after a few hours of ear cleaning and revisiting the projects used, that's right: I'm ashamed to have started this topic.
  15. Johnny Blade

    AM-Munition: open and cold?

    I would like to take this opportunity to collect back all my words expressed through notorious ignorance. I spent all of this Sunday turning AM-Munition upside down and allowed it to do the same to me. So, it took me a while, but I managed to come to the conclusion that there is no limiter that it can't emulate. I am surrendered. I tried to capture all the saturation that iZotope Ozone "analog" plugins offer and managed to achieve with AM-Munition something close to, I would say, 90%. (90% is a subjective number and maybe flawed, but it serves to express the perfection I would like to achieve). Configurable feed-forward / feed-back detection has a lot to say about the thickness of the sound you are looking for. I thought this department belonged exclusively to the clipper's advanced parameters (saturation). A "warm", "full", "big", "vitaminized", "dense", "combative" and at the same time "clean/intelligible" sound: that was all I was looking for - AM-Munition delivers. I had a certain fear about Opto Compressors (its reputation for delivering a very clean / clear / "cold" sound), but the configuration possibilities offered by the plugin are so great that any hasty criticism is doomed to fall into ridicule. I give myself overdue, surrendered and satisfied. Much more than emulating the sound quality of those plugins, (the iZotope ones) AM-Munition is still ahead, with much more punch - if desired. It would be interesting to see the implementation of some new features, such as the ability to double-click numeric expressions and set the desired quantification without having to move the knobs. This may never happen because the brain behind this fantastic processor no longer works at MAGIX but, anyway, I leave here a record of something available to all Samplitude users that is worth a lot more than many processor packages: definitely, AM-Munition must not be forgotten! I finally managed to make AM-Munition the limiter I was looking for so long ago. So far from here. Just to be registered. Thanks and... apologies...
  16. Philw

    Folk songs

    hi Johnny, many thanks for your nice comment cheers ! Phil
  17. Johnny Blade

    Strange Sounds - Infamous Compositions (Album)

    What a pity! What happened? I hope it is not something serious!
  18. Johnny Blade

    Folk songs

    Hey @Philw, what a beautiful, soothing song you composed! The video blends perfectly with the atmosphere of the music and Samplitude appears splendidly in action. I hope you have happiness with this beautiful work, congratulations!
  19. Happy Mike

    Strange Sounds - Infamous Compositions (Album)

    @Johnny Blade thank you, but I won't be able to compose anymore, thank you for your support
  20. Philw

    Folk songs

    hi friends, happy new year to everyone ! a new song produced in Sampliquoia, just cooked ! Enjoy ! Phil
  21. Dear Forum, I linked all tracks to the right and use "classical " mode in the fade editor. For a reason I cant see, the clips to the right are not moved when editing a fade in the editor, creating a gap. While the audio moves correct when dragging it with the mouse in the arrange view, also using the connect to the right mode What are the correct settings in the fade editor? THX for help Best BX
  22. Johnny Blade

    Strange Sounds - Infamous Compositions (Album)

    And your website is very cool! The headphone I see there remembers me my good old AKG K240 MKII
  23. Johnny Blade

    Strange Sounds - Infamous Compositions (Album)

    Congratulations, mate! Well done! Good luck with your production!
  24. I would like to present my mini album, everything is done in Samplitude https://strangesoundssilesia.bandcamp.com/album/infamous-compositions
  25. Happy new year to everyone
  26. fwrend

    Velocity control for midi

    Have you tried lowering the buffer/latency setting on your sound card/device? That's where I would start regarding your "sluggish" comment - set as low as you can before affecting audio quality. Secondly, (I don't have Ivory) but most VSTi keyboard programs have adjustable velocity curves - experiment with those. They can make a big difference on feel. Look in the manual. Here is input from Sweetwater concerning Velocity Response in Ivory : Ivory has a deep level of velocity control that allows the you to create your own custom velocity maps. These features include the ability to choose a velocity curve, change the shape, and scale the curve using minimum and maximum velocity offsets. Ivory allows you to find the perfect marriage between your MIDI/USB controller and Ivory’s response to your touch. Here’s how you can do this: Let’s start with the default map. Before you customize any velocity maps, you should determine the range of MIDI values your controller is capable of sending. Not all controllers send the full range of MIDI velocity values (0-127). You can quickly determine this by using the “Set” button on the Ivory Velocity page. You will be prompted to play your softest and loudest notes, in succession, from your controller. This will give you a range of minimum and maximum velocity values to use with your controller. You can then use the minimum and maximum velocity controls to tweak those values from there, but the “Set” button will give you a clearer picture of what your controller is sending. Next, choose an Arc Type. Try using either the Medium or Mild Arc Type, as these are the most useful curves for most weighted action keyboard controllers. Then adjust the Hardness control. In many cases you will only want to adjust the Hardness control by a small amount. If you want to improve the smoothness of your performance playing at soft to medium velocities, you can try further adjusting the Min Velocity knob in small amounts. This is usually all that is required. Your fingers and your ears will tell you when you have it right. Once you have created a map you like, you can name and save the map with your custom settings!
  27. Johnny Blade

    Ozone 9 & Samplitude

    I found an effective way to make Samp/Sequoia open projects loaded with Ozone 9 VST plugins faster: I set up Windows "Task Manager" to force the "Sequoia_x64.exe" to work with realtime priority (see photo below). I have noticed that projects are opening approximately 50% faster than before. I am still analyzing possible side effects on the system (Windows 10 64-bit). So far, however, everything has worked within the normal range. Some Ozone wave charts, however, have been behaving slightly slowly, but nothing that is very obvious - and this should concern the processing limitations of the notebook I'm using. Overall, it's a very decent solution. The only drawback is that this setting has to be done every time I open Sequoia.
  28. Johnny Blade

    Ozone 9 & Samplitude

    Thanks for your answer! How boring! I have seen a lot of people, users of various DAWs, complaining exactly about this delay and the manufacturer does not face the problem? Two, one: either the manufacturer ignores the failure with its VSTs, or is still trying to solve it ... O8 remains the best choice, but the sound quality of the O9 is very seductive! It offers a clarity of detail and an interesting "texture" of very nice saturation, especially in the limiters, both vintage and IRCs. I'm being compelled to use O9 anyway...
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