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  1. Hi Brian, You should be able to pan the midi track with the normal mixer, but there is a little trick to get the volume fader to work... Switch the midi track to an "audio track" (select "yes" when asked if you want to reset the MIDI CC7 control before changing volume fade mode), this will change the volume slider into a regular audio volume fader (instead of the midi controller) and you will be able to use it to change the volume of your midi track. You can even switch back to a midi track now and it will leave the volume controls the same as on the audio track. So you can now do everything you need to do, adjust volume, pan, and even add audio effects right from the mixer. Hope that helps. -tkr
  2. Are you talking about having long VIP titles? If so, then I totally agree! I actually just bypass the start up screen and go straight to the recent projects list in the file menu because you can see the full titles there and I often have long tiles too. -tkr
  3. When doing automation also check out the object based automation. Any automation you do on an object is like making changes via wave editing (only non-destructively!) as it will be locked to the object no matter where you move it, either within the track or to a completely different track. You can even cross fade this object with other objects (which can have their own automation as well). Object based automation is absolutely brilliant! I find I use object based automation more than anything I do a lot of performance correcting with volume automation (such as softening loud notes, making soft notes louder, fading into and out of notes to smooth them out, etc.) and all of this type of editing I want to stay in perfect time with that object no matter where I move it to later. There is nothing like Samp's object based editing in any other DAW and once you get a good handle on it, you will wonder how on earth you EVER lived without it! -tkr
  4. I don't have V11 yet, so I can't test most of your issues, but here are a few things that might help... The next time you don't get sound, first make sure your routing is correct (ie. the output is going to the correct output on your interface so sound goes to your speakers). If the mixer routing is correct and you are using the ASIO driver for your audio interface, then make sure the following are also in use: Asio software monitoring or Fx monitoring: Select the Play/Rec menu, then go to Monitoring and make sure Mixer FX Monitoring / Hybrid Engine is checked. Input monitoring (Rec M): This option is also in the same menu as the last one. Play/Rec --> Monitoring and make sure Input Monitoring is checked. If those are all correct and you still don't get sound, then it is definitely a bug. This is the same in V10 (because they were asked to change the old behavior), but they made an INI tweak so you can use the volume fader after automation has been done. I prefer using this also. [Factors] ScaleVolumePanAutomationInReadMode=1 Did you use the "APPLY TO ALL" button in the object editor? -tkr
  5. I just tried messing with it and I can't figure it out either. It seems like the key element that is missing is having the solo/mute buttons in the routing channel routing so that you could put the aux send before the solo/mute buttons. But currently it appears that the solo/mute buttons are the first thing in the routing so they apply even to the pre-fader send. I also tried the monitor section and could get the solo button to work, but not the mute button. Looks like TotalMix is going to be your best bet. -tkr
  6. Hey Bill95, Here's how to check each of those options: Asio driver system: Press the Y key on your keyboard to open the System Options dialog box Select Audio System (on the left hand side) and then choose ASIO (on the right hand side) and select your sound card from the drop down list. Asio software monitoring or Fx monitoring: Select the Play/Rec menu, then go to Monitoring and make sure Mixer FX Monitoring / Hybrid Engine is checked. Input monitoring (Rec M): This option is also in the same menu as the last one. Play/Rec --> Monitoring and make sure Input Monitoring is checked. That should do it. -tkr
  7. Sorry, I don't know of any way to do that. But here are a few ideas you could try. Since the other MIDI objects are copies, you could simply delete the older copies and replace them with the new one. Glue all of the MIDI objects together (as one MIDI object) this way you can select all of the MIDI notes you want to change at the same time, then your change will be made to all of the selected MIDI notes. Also, if the MIDI objects are right next to each other you could set the first MIDI object as a loop, then changes in the first one will automatically be made in all of the looped objects. Select all of the objects you want to adjust the crossfades for, then press and hold the Alt key while you drag one of the crossfades over. This will make the same changes on all of the selected objects. -tkr
  8. You're welcome. Unfortunately, I don't think you can change the zoom increments. I know what you are referring to though because I'm running into that same problem on the Mac's at school (which have a tiny little mousewheel and the zooming is super fast and erratically). I have a 'clicking' mousewheel and the zooming seems very comfortable to me. So unless you are very attacked to your mouse, you may consider getting another one that has clicking mousewheel. What you described is the purpose of the remove audio gap feature. After quantizing there will be gaps left from shifting the audio over, so the remove audio gap takes parts from the objects on both sides of the gap to fill them in so the audio is continuous and you don't hear the edit points. If there is a section that you don't want to have the audio gap removed from, then you would have to select everything and un-select the two objects on both sides of the audio gap you want left alone. Then it will only only remove the gap from the selected objects leaving that one (or several) gaps unchanged. Hope that helps. -tkr
  9. Yes, there is. When there is a crossfade between the two objects moving the object's edge over moves the entire crossfade while keeping the two tracks together (it won't separate them). This is good if you are trying to edit together two separate objects and want to find the best place to have them crossfade. It would be a pain for them to keep separating every time you tried to move the crossfade point. To get the functionality that you want, you need to turn off automatic crossfades. This way when you split the object, they won't be crossfaded together and you will be able to do both of the functions you want (separate them and move the right edge of the left object). You can use the icon in the toolbar to disable the automatic crossfades or you can assign it to a keyboard shortcut. This option is called "auto crossfade active" and it's located at the bottom of the Edit menu. What I found is that it won't jump to another location as long as you don't have one of the play cursors in the window when you zoom (either the cursor where you started playback or the current position). If either one of those are on your screen when you zoom then it will keep the cursor centered in the screen as you zoom. I posted in the registered section not long ago how much I love Samp zooming to the cursor position (because I'm currently using Logic at school and it doesn't do this and it's been driving me up the wall! ) and someone there brought up another instance where this is not desirable (they stretched the VIP window over two monitors and zooming with the cursor in the center of the screen put the cursor in between the two monitors). I mentioned then that locking the center of the screen to the cursor could be added as an option that can be activated/deactivate so that you can use either option and it's worth repeating again. So with any luck it'll be added in one of the menus in the not to distant future. I don't think it has anything to do with the scroll lock, once you disable the scroll lock you just have to get the playback cursor inside your screen and then it'll lock onto it and autoscroll will get going again. So if you have the zoom set to the mousewheel also you can zoom out till you see the cursor (or you could scroll over to catch up to it). This behavior actually works without using autoscroll at all. With playback going you can zoom in (and let the playback cursor keep going) and it essentially turns off autoscrolling so you don't loose the position you're in. But simply bringing the playback cursor into view re-enables the autoscrolling. So I think that may be what's happening in your situation. Hope that helps. -tkr
  10. It is not just a good idea, it's a great idea! I kind of find it hard to believe that Samplitude getting a simple video track is going to undermine a 'major feature' in Sequoia. If it is, then maybe they need to reconsider that $2k price difference. -tkr
  11. Can you be a little more specific? What did you try to do that didn't work? -tkr
  12. My main issues with EA was not with the sound, I just cannot stand the interface in EA. Samplitude's algorithms are better quality, but in Melodyne it is much easier to get things on pitch and to flow smoothly from one blob (as they're called in Melodyne) to another and overall it results in a better sound. I have also noticed Melodyne adds a little more color, but only when the vocal is soloed does it make much of a noticeable difference. In a mix the vocals sound great and you can't even tell they've been altered... But I guess this depends on how much you had to alter the vocals as the more you shift the vocals the more artificial it sounds, which is true for any pitch editor. So far, I've been much happier with my finished results in Melodyne compared to in EA. The best thing to do would be to try the demos for Samplitude and Melodyne and see which one you like. -tkr
  13. After spending a lot of time with EA, I tried the Melodyne demo and it was love at first sight. What used to take me hours to do in EA I could literally do in minutes with better results in Melodyne. I now do all of my pitch correction in Melodyne. With the Direct Note Access feature coming in the next version of Melodyne, it's a no brainer.... Get Melodyne! -tkr
  14. OK, if they are not already there then you can copy the lines you want to use and paste them into your ini file. So for example, say you wanted to set shift+mouse wheel to zoom horizontal and ctrl+mouse wheel to scroll horizontal, you would add the following anywhere under [Factors] MouseWheelAction1=2 MouseWheelAction2=1 -tkr
  15. I don't think the mouse wheel manager came until v8 or v9 (can't remember which now). So you will probably have to do an ini edit. To do this, open Sam7_E.ini in notepad and under [Factors] you can add/change the following options: available actions are =0 do nothing =1 scroll horizontal =2 zoom horizontal =3 zoom vertical =4 zoom wave form display =5 scroll vertical =6 move active track (includes vertical scrolling if necessary) ;mousewheel without modifier keys MouseWheelAction0=1 <---- change this number to a number from above list ;shift+mousewhhel MouseWheelAction1=4 ;ctrl+mousewhhel MouseWheelAction2=2 ;shift+ctrl+mousewhhel MouseWheelAction3=5 ;alt+mousewhhel MouseWheelAction4=0 ;alt+shift+mousewhhel MouseWheelAction5=0 ;alt+ctrl+mousewhhel MouseWheelAction6=0 ;alt+shift+ctrl+mousewhhel MouseWheelAction7=0 Hope that helps. -tkr
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