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    Thomas "Totte" Gabrielsson

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    Rewire Cubase and Sequoia

    Hi BX! Yeah that's an expensive solution, I'm curious if any Sam/Seq user tried the Soundgrid ... Yes, on Windows there are several options, here are 2 virtual midi devices you could try. Loop Midi: https://www.tobias-erichsen.de/software/loopmidi.html or LoopBe: http://www.nerds.de/en/loopbe1.html There is also an LoopBeAudio with up to 24 virtual audio channels, that might be a solution for you: http://www.nerds.de/en/loopbeaudio.html I have demoed it on my old PC but I've haven't tried it with multichannel audio, just tested to record an internet live stream from the web browser to my DAW with it ... Regards, Thomas
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    Rewire Cubase and Sequoia

    Hi again! Kraznet beat me to it, noticed that Cubase is Host only just as Sam/Seq ... I've been thinking of getting a Wave Soundgrid system, not cheap but that would do the trick Any Sam/Seq users tested it? https://www.waves.com/soundgrid-systems https://www.waves.com/hardware/digigrid-ios#introducing-digigrid-ios-iox-ioc Best, Thomas
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    Rewire Cubase and Sequoia

    Hi! I use Rewire to stream audio from Reaper to Samplitude without any problems so should work with Cubase and Sequoia as well ... I actually send Midi from Samplitude via Rewire to Reaper and the audio back to Samplitude, some VSTi things are so much easier & faster to do in Reaper, like using an arpeggiator, stacking several VSTi's on the same track to create complex soundscapes .... Regards, Thomas
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    German summer tour

    Great to hear Bob, I've toured in Germany a lot since the early 90's and I totally agree with all you say, LOVE IT! Wise decision to bring the Kemper, it's always nice to know what amp you'll have for the gig's on tour ... I have live bit closer to Germany than you so we usually drive from Sweden and can bring the full backline, but sometimes I have a small rig with an old Line 6 Pod and a Electro Harmonix Magnum 44 for small gigs ... that small Magnum 44 plays surprisingly loud. Enjoy the rest of your tour! Cheers, Thomas
  5. It's the same on my computers web browser as well ... another annoying thing is that on my phones browser I need to ok for cookies every time I visit ...
  6. Same here, I noticed it earlier today when I was logged in, suddenly the page went white with just some html code and I was logged out. Logged in again and apparently they did some update on the forum as it is the last day to update to the new GDPR today and added 2 new tabs: "Legal Notice" and "Privacy Statement". Something happened with the icons at the same time ... Regards, Thomas
  7. Hi @Johnny BladeI Have checked out this old Kraznet video on sidechaining in Samplitude? it includes using Am-munition. All the best, Thomas
  8. Yes @Johnny Blade, feels familiar ... like I said in your AM-Phibia thread, Sascha makes great stuff at u-he now ... ... and just because of you pointing this out i'm now also testing the Uhbik FX collection .. damn it, I don't need more plugins ... Best, Thomas
  9. Hi @LNaum I'm happy that you at least got it to work in the old ProX for now, but it is very strange it doesen't work for you in ProX3, it works here on my ProX3. Try to install ProX3 again (maybe you allready have done so), you can have both version installed same time. I have ProX, ProX2, Prox3 and even my old Samplitude 6 all installed at the time. Best, Thomas
  10. As I understand from earlier answers he is playing on one midi keyboard track by track. I suspect monitor input is activated on all Independence channels in the Samplitude mixer, as they are by default activated on all channels when loading a multichannel Independence, so if you load second Independence they will also be activated, and that makes both sound on the same midi channel ... so turning off all the monitor inputs are needed. @LNaum Have you turned off the monitor inputs in Samplitude? It's the speaker icon above the track meters in the mixer.
  11. Great! I had totally forgot that setting ... And I try explain again too ... There are only 16 midi channel available in Samplitude and in Independence, so you can't get 32. No, that's not entirely true. The same midi channel on for example midi channel 1 in Independence 1 and Independence 2 will only sound simultaneously if you choose them to do so, so make sure you turned of input monitor on all mixer channels except for the one you a playing at the time. All the best, Thomas
  12. Wow that’s great, thanks @Kraznet Regards, Thomas
  13. Hi! Loading 2 or 3 Independence VSTi's work well here without interference with one another. I think Matt described it well and as he said turn of monitoring on all mixer channels except for the one you are recording on ... Unfortunately all monitor input are active when you load the Independence VSTi in Samplitude. So first you need to turn them off. Another thing, you have to manualy setup the outputs in the mixer inside Independence, otherwise all sound goes to the first output and you cant mix them separete in the Samplitude mixer. I think you missing the point, you are confusing ourself with midi channels & intrument channels, there are only 16 midi channels available in Samplitude and Independece, so to get more than 16 instruments you need to use 2 or more Independece VSTi or Kontakt or any other VSTi you might use, all of them will have 16 midi channels each. As Independece have the choice of 8 stereo + 8 mono or 12 stereo i would choose 12 stereo, then you need 4 Independece VSTi's for +40 channels (up to 48 channels) but that of course depends if you use stereo or mono instruments. Regards, Thomas
  14. Ok @LNaum, for 40 channels you need to set up 3 Independence VSTi's (48 channels) I would set up the routing as Multi-Channel, Extended Options: All as Stereo. Thomas
  15. Hi! As tdor said earlier with VST you are stucked with 16 midi channels, so the second instance of Independence will work as a new VST instrument with it own 16 midi channels, totalty independent of the first one. How are you using Independence, on one track in Samplitude and using Independence internal mixer? Or as multritrack and using Samplitudes mixer? Thomas