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  1. Dear Mister Kraznet.
    I tried to send you this message a number of times, so forgive me if you got a bucket of it, but this website behaves strangely with screen readers.
    Anyway, I have this issue with punching on midi tracks which I posted a while ago on this forum and noone seems to be able to help me.
    If you haven't seen it already, can you please have a look there,
    http://support2.magix.net/boards/samplitude/index.php?/topic/50316-punching-on-midi-tracks/
    thanks for helping if you can.
    Kind regards,
    JPR

     

  2. Hi Rod. for this particular VST matter, you can save your plug-in settings as FXP files by using the plug-in save function, and reload them with the plug-in load functions which are in the plug-in menu once opened. Every plug-in creates its own folder the first time it's opened and so you don't even have to worry about looking for them afterwards. Hope that helped, regards, JPR
  3. Sure, Gunmetal, you can do that, but then you would have to remember what project your tracks came from. Templates would be a more convenient way, I mean, you could also say you don't need project templates because you can always copy a project and work on its copy, it's just that templates make things so much easier don't you think? Best, JPR
  4. hello Tom Steve and all, I'm not a developer, but I became a Samplitude user thanks to Steve's solution for the jaws screenreader. I must say that I'm extremely happy about it. As everything, it can be improved, but so far, I can already record, playback, insert tracks, buses, auxiliary buses and so on, insert effects on each of them, adjust tracks and bus settings, access almost every plug-in including third party ones, draw Ranges, split, glue and manipulate objects, copy paste delete and ripple delete, access the MIDI editor, the object editor with its own effects fade and timeshift tabs, and much more. The only other solution I knew about was working with Cobra, but I did not feel like buying another screenreader as the Jaws solution was already available to me. If other solutions for Jaws exist, I do not know about them. But it would be nice if everyone could work hands in hands to make this accessibility solution even better than it already is. Kind regards, JPR
  5. Hello Patrick. Hello Patrick. Please, start a new topic to ask this question, this is off-topic here as it is a comment to a totally different question. hope you understand. Best regards.
  6. hello there, in a VST plug-ins parameter list, each parameter is currently preceded by a number which refers to its position in the list. I think it would be better if the name was first, as it would speed things up a lot when looking for a particular parameter, and it would allow Quick search by typing The parameter name's first letter. In fact, I don't think the number is needed at all, I mean from a screenreader's point of view. Best regards, JPR
  7. Hey Tom, if you feel like it, that would be great. Take Jaws last version please. I quote myself from my previous message, so you know what to look for. "When you check the MIDI learn checkbox and send a MIDI message, a new element is created in the controller. What's invisible to Jaws is the element type list. Samplitude will try to guess what type it is, but will sometimes be wrong. For example, when I pressed my midi foot switch, Samplitude assumed it was a pushbutton, when what I wanted was a button. A sighted person was able to change this for me by accessing the controller type list." Tell me how it goes please. Best, JPR
  8. Dear Magixs, it is not really accessibility related, but mute automation is something I miss in Samplitude. I know it's possible to do it another way by splitting objects and muting unwanted ones, but muting a track in real-time while it's playing is so quick. It would be nice if Samplitude could record mute movements just like it does for volume pans. Hope you can do it, regards, JPR
  9. Thank you Tom, I didn't know you could do this with paint. I will ask my sighted friend to help me. Regards.
  10. Dear TomW. With pleasure, but you will have to tell me how one draws a circle around something. I know how to make screenshots but not how to draw circles. What software should I use for this? Best regards, JPR
  11. Hi all, when defining an object as "loop", you still have to drag it if you want it to repeat itself through An Entire Project.¶ Why not have a "cycle" mode, equivalent to loop mode, but where the object would repeat itself for ever regardless of its original length? Hope you like this idea. Best,
  12. Hi all. This is something I have seen in other DAWS, which I would love to have in Samplitude as well. I would like to be able to save/load sets of tracks with their own settings, including routings, EQs, aux sends, effects and so on, to be able to import them into existing projects. I know we have project templates, this is good, but track template would be wonderful . Please see this unresolved topic from the Samplitude software related forum. http://support2.magix.net/boards/samplitude/index.php?/topic/48661-what-can-be-made-into-a-template/#comment-263998 regards, JPR
  13. Hi all, first, let me quote what the manual has to say about this. " If an instrument has presets, these are displayed in the "Program slot" ("Prg") with their internal name (if "MIDI" mode is activated). This dropdown menu can be used to easily "step through" the presets of your instrument. These presets may also be selected using the instrument window's "Program" menu. If your MIDI input device can send "Program change" commands, you can also directly select programs of this instrument. The program slot is automatically updated in the track to provide an overview of the program at all times " This menu Is well accessible with jaws screenreader, and is very convenient to us visually impaired users for selecting our favourite instruments presets. Unfortunately, as some of you may know, today's plug-ins show their presets in their own gui, and this list is often empty. We need to be able to add presets to this list,, it would in fact be the only way blind users could access plug-ins presets in Samplitude. Thanks for your help, Best, JPR
  14. Hi there, here is a follow-up. When you check the MIDI learn checkbox and send a MIDI message, a new element is created in the controller. What's invisible to Jaws is the element type list. Samplitude will try to guess what type it is, but will sometimes be wrong. For example, when I pressed my midi foot switch, Samplitude assumed it was a pushbutton, when what I wanted was a button. A sighted person was able to change this for me by accessing the controller type list. Hope you can do something about this, and also label the controller function assign list,(this is where I chose to assign it to the record button). Cheers, JPR
  15. Hello, the basic functions are accessible, you can load existing hardware controllers, and to a certain point customise them. The trouble starts when you want to create your own. I tried assigning a foot switch sending midi CC65 to the record button, in order to trigger record on/off, and still keep my hands on my keyboard. Fortunately, I succeeded with the help of a sighted friend. But some of the things he clicked on were not even spoken by Jaws. What is spoken for the moment is: add new , function select even though the button is not labelled, but the list can still be opened. The MIDI learn checkbox, and nothing else for the moment. There is something missing to make it all work, but I can't really tell you where it is and how it is called. Thanks for investigating, Best regards, JPR
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