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    Thomas "Totte" Gabrielsson

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  1. Ok, the line: "You can change this device once a month through the Magix Service Center" indicates that but it also refers to 2015 version, the website might need an update ... It seems to have been dropped as support said this in 2017: "Originally this could only be done once per month, however this restriction was dropped" https://www.magix.info/uk/forum/deactivate-activate--1182177/#ca1314065 Keep us updated how it goes ... Best, Thomas
  2. Hi Alfonso! I believe it is right that the monthly rental model only permits one activation/computer at the time ... However, where did you find the information about the once 30 day limit? As I understand it used to be so but they dropped that limitation some years ago: https://www.magix.info/uk/forum/deactivate-activate--1182177/#ca1314065 To switch computers there are 2 ways of deactivating / activating Start up the none activated program on the new computer you wish to use - you should be prompted that the installation is not activated and do you wish to activate - doing so will deactivate the other computer activation. Logon on the the magix.com website, login to your account and under My Products you can activate / deactivate the appropriate computer - you should already have activated each installation to do this. Regards, Thomas
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    Some new problems in ProX 4

    Yes, as HHfallback say, there is a 32-bit bridge to use them in the 64-bit version of Pro X4 but it takes more resources and can be buggy with some plugins ... If you really need to use a lot of 32-bit plugins there is a 32-bit version of Pro X4 as well but it's not installed by default, you need to do a custom installation and select the 32-bit version. Regards, Thomas
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    order of SENDS AUX

    Aha, great! Thanks @rods!!! Best, Thomas
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    order of SENDS AUX

    The strange behavior with backwards routing is that you can get audio glitches sometimes with playback or just at mixdown, it has been discussed before and is mentioned here:
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    order of SENDS AUX

    Yes, a reset does reset the AUX sends ... sorry, I should have been more clear ... Btw, it's recommended to have all the AUX returns to the right in the mixer, after all the tracks and busses, you can get strange behavior if routing things backwards ...
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    order of SENDS AUX

    Ok, sorry you are right, it doesn't update the order automatically, only if you do a reset of the AUX ... (it does change the order in the "Track AUX Send" dialog, right click on the AUX on/off button) Best, Thomas
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    order of SENDS AUX

    Hi @cmbourget! The only way that I know of to change the order of the AUX sends is to is to change the order of the AUX return tracks (with drag & drop), the sends will follow that order ... Best, Thomas
  9. Hi again @cmbourget! Another workaround ... If you have the mixer in focus and have a solo button selected you can use the let/right keyboard arrows to toggle between the solo buttons and use Enter to Solo/Unsolo (to see if an item in the mixer is selected look for a red triangle on the button, knob, fader ...) You can use it for mutes, rec, monitor... etc as well. Best, Thomas
  10. Hi @cmbourget, welcome to Samplitude! A worksround is to use track 1 as a ”Marker track” and put empty Midi objects, name them like ”Intro” ”Verse” etc and give then different colours. You can then use the Object manager to navigate between them or create matchning Markers in the normal marker lane to navigate with and just use the ”Midi objects” as visual guidance ... Regards, Thomas
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    32 bit integer AD/DA conversion (!?!?!?!)

    Hi @Bolibolubab But they clearly state in the AXR4 manual that the preamp is based on both an analog part and a digital part: ”This preamp is based on an analog “AXR Preamplifier” perfecting a traditional, natural soundscape attained by the development team, and a digital “hybrid microphone preamp” that further evolves Yamaha’s proprietary modeling technology, VCM (Virtual Circuitry Modeling).” The SILK is just an optional feature to turn on to emulate that Rupert Neve Design ... Regards, Thomas
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    32 bit integer AD/DA conversion (!?!?!?!)

    Hi @Bolibolubab! I believe your guess is wrong, the AXR preamps is based on an analog preamplifier and a digital “hybrid microphone preamp” which use Yamaha’s modeling technology, VCM (Virtual Circuitry Modeling) to model Rupert Neve Design's preamps ... You still need an analog preamp to set the appropriate gain hitting the AD. You can read about it in the manual: http://download.steinberg.net/downloads_hardware/AXR4/Manuals/AXR4T_Operation_Manual_en.pdf Regards, Thomas
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    Strange Sounds - Sounds Like Acid

    I noticed that ... You make good use of the Independence sampler
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    Strange Sounds - Sounds Like Acid

    Great @Happy Mike, like it ... Best, Thomas
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    Jim Croce Cover

    Hi @Geo524! Sounds good, it's a beautiful song, you nailed the sound of the original Maybe the views and lack of comments depends on the need of download the full wav to listen to it ... Best regards, Thomas