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  • Mr Fork replied to the topic 'Visual Note Feedback for Push?' in the forum.
    3 hours 13 minutes ago

    Sorry I didn't get a chance to respond to this sooner. There was something wrong with my account which I'm hoping now is fixed. Like dozz was saying chromatic mode will show you all notes in the scale so you will always be able to see which notes are being triggered. There are also a few ways you can trigger a vst using a drum pad but it does require a bit of routing. In the end I found it easier to drop it to audio and slice to a new midi track to sequence. Then they came out with the step sequencer for melodic which was great. Anyway post if you have any other questions.
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  • Mr Fork replied to the topic 'Maschine vs Push' in the forum.
    3 hours 18 minutes ago

    Yeah I did notice that maschine even with it's new multicore support seems to still have issues when you start using vsts that they still haven't worked out. Either that or there's a setting somewhere that I missed that allows for better use of multicore (which may very well be I'll have to look tonight). That being said though I think i had 9 different instances of bazille and serum running and those are two of the most resource intensive plugins on the market as well as a full panel of drum synths. Eventually I did have to drop to audio but that's easy enough to do in maschine. Another thing I noticed is that the more groups you add the more resources your system reserves. As an experiment start up a blank project and just start adding blank groups and watch your cpu meter. I can get about 10 or 11 groups before my cpu is maxed without ever adding a sample or vst. So that being said if I pack my synths into one group it seems to handle it a bit better. I have a feeling they'll be working on this going forward though. And again I'm not advocating that maschine is the end all be all for all things and everyone. Just saying that understanding the purpose that something serves in your setup will help you with workflow and knowing the gaps you have in your setup that you need to account for.

    I agree with you on the preprogramming part of launchpad and such. I was looking for something more intuitive and such for live purposes. You see these people get on these devices and just go nuts like M4sonic and Thavius Beck but the thing is that they spend that time putting together a bunch of tools that really work for them. I haven't found a tool yet that hasn't required a bunch of setup to do exactly what I want. Of late I've been looking at the new electribes. If you're a live jamming kinda person I'd say check that out too. The combination of synth plus kaoss pad is pretty sweet imo.
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  • Ambassador replied to the topic 'new tracks featured on edm.com network---YEAH' in the forum.
    14 hours 10 minutes ago

    Congrats man! This is huge! Definitely well deserved as well because those tracks are super tight!
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  • RKO replied to the topic 'Cosmic Core Volume III (Multi-genre compilation)' in the forum.
    14 hours 26 minutes ago

    Count me in ! :evil:
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  • RKO replied to the topic 'Maschine vs Push' in the forum.
    14 hours 39 minutes ago

    I'm on the fence with this one(launchpad pro). A lot of pre programming required beforehand like tha apc40.
    My last 2 tracks have been done with the mouse.Go figure.!
    And for jamming i am moving back to hardware.
    The Maschine 2.2 with drumsynths running and three vst"s keeps cpu around 80% and that just makes maschine too unstable for live jamming. On the otherhand Maschine runs fine only using samples.
    :)
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Armed Track Parameter Gate - Free Max For Live Utility

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