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Kraznet

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  1. In short you need to pay for the library if you want to use it in other DAW's. If you contact Magix it's possible they may give you a discount. I made thread about this awhile back. Regards, Kraznet
  2. It happens occasionally. You should click "yes" to fix it if you want Samplitude to recognise sysex input. Regards, Kraznet
  3. I've been rather unwell for the last 3 weeks with the nasty chest infection and was not really capable of functioning but I'm finally feeling a bit better now. Regards, Kraznet
  4. Alternatively If you want to "ripple delete" you can try using Ctrl+ Delete and the gap will be filled by the audio on the right. Regards, Kraznet
  5. This shouldn't be happening I just did a test project containing drums and electric piano. I then recorded a few passes of bass and opened it up in the Take Composer. Did some quick comping and of course I could hear the comping I was doing relative to the song in the VIP as well. This should be working by default so I'm not quite sure why you're having problems. Regards, Kraznet
  6. Okay sorry I misled you. I forgot there are options in the Take manager to "filter too short takes" which I had activated. So when this is unticked takes which are not the same length will still show up in the Take Composer or take manager. Here's what it says in the help:
  7. Yes I'm not sure it was always that way. I will do some further tests. Regards, Kraznet
  8. Hi Larry, Yes to confirm what Scott has just stated. You don't necessarily need to record in loop mode. However in order for the takes to be available for comping they need to be of the same length. So I suggest you set up punch in and out markers and enable punch mode on the transport and turn of loop (if it's on). Then you can record at your leisure without worrying about recording in loop mode. Regards, Kraznet
  9. There is an easier way to drag the individual takes the different tracks. After you've done your multiple takes, right click on the object and you will see a list of the takes. Switch to the take you want to put on the track below and left click shift/ctrl/drag it downwards. Select the next take and copy below the previous one. When you're done Ctrl/left click on the top track and set it to the first take. Then you have a bunch of sequential takes on separate tracks without needing to open the take composer. Not as fast as having the option to explode takes 2 separate tracks but at least it's usable. Regards, Kraznet
  10. Well I downloaded the demo and so far rewiring Reason so it's playing through Samplitude as a stereo track works. As far as multi-outs go I will need to look into that further is it so long since I did the demo need to refresh my memory and watch my own tutorial :-) Regards, Kraznet
  11. Also make sure you use the search box as this is very handy if you're look for a particular function. Although this is only functional with the newer menu structure.
  12. Hi Eric, Yes that's quite an old video and I haven't tested it in the latest version reason. I don't own reason so I will see if I can install the demo and test it. Regards, Kraznet
  13. Just one thing. The way the menus are structured is different in the older version compared to Pro X3. In many ways the older menu layout is more informative. So if you want to revert to the original menu structure so it coincides with those tutorials you can always change the menu by referring to the GIF. The only drawback to that would be is that I tend to do my new tutorials using the new menu layout. Regards, Kraznet Older Menu Layout: Newer Menu Layout: How to change to the older menu layout:
  14. Hi Tim and welcome, If you're talking about my Samplitude Basics videos. I would say they are still relevant. The only difference being there are some changes in the GUI which might not correspond to Pro X3 but the basic information is still useful. I'm thinking of making an updated version when I have time. Regards, Kraznet
  15. The solution is simple. You have the keyboard (F2) highlighted on the left and this acts as a filter. Try deselecting it and the other velocities will re-appear. Also read the pop-up that shows when you hover the mouse over the key. Regards, Kraznet
  16. Hi Jude, Try pressing the "Home" key. If you want to change the shortcut open the shortcut editor and type in "home" at the bottom and click the binoculars. Regards, Kraznet
  17. It's possible you may have turned off Normal Object Mode? Check that you have the "Normal Object Mode" selected. Regards, Kraznet
  18. I can't even get my VST in the menu, forget about my Vsti... Providing you chosen the correct location for your VST plug-ins they should be showing up in the menu. Press Y to open options, left click on the folder icon and choose browse VST folder. Then navigate to the location of your VST plug-ins. If after setting the path there are still no plug-ins showing, left click on an insert slot and choose the option in the JPEG below:
  19. Hi @BAKTRAK and @Riojazz Welcome to Samplitude and the forum!! Regards, Kraznet
  20. Hi Bob, I listened to a half-dozen of your tracks the other day and was very impressed. As Terry said great voice and guitar. The songs are really strong as well with great lyrics and strong choruses. Excellent work!! Regards, Kraznet
  21. Hi @Grandwizz and welcome. You may be best downloading the update from your Samplitude account. https://www.magix.com/ap/mandants/servicecenter/index.php?m=samplitude&lang=uk&module=products Regards, Kraznet
  22. Hi Jude, It's not that obvious but left click on the location indicated in the jpeg. I also did a gif showing how to save a preset. Regards, Kraznet
  23. If you've purchased Pro X3 the serial number should come with it. Regards, Kraznet
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