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Ingonator
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Postby Ingonator; Sat Dec 10, 2016 1:55 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

I was involved with testing the new updates but before i could post more details here i need an official OK from Waldorf (i did not see an anouncement at Facebook or a newsetter yet).
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EvilDragon
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Postby EvilDragon; Sat Dec 10, 2016 1:56 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

temporubato wrote:You need to login to your Waldorf account


Yep, I did and I see no downloads there either :/ I suppose I need to go through support for those activation codes then.
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Postby temporubato; Sat Dec 10, 2016 2:15 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

So, then take this as an unofficial announcement. And don't go to support now, wait till there's an official announcement.

In any case, all blame to me.

But there's something nice to come :-)
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628 posts since 19 Mar, 2004, from Copenhagen

Postby Soarer; Sat Dec 10, 2016 5:32 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

Great but please — let us have those fixes and new features! Make Nave GREAT!

What if one owns Largo too, will there be any problems with two different protection systems simultaneously?
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Postby elassi; Sat Dec 10, 2016 5:52 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

Ingonator wrote:I was involved with testing the new updates but before i could post more details here i need an official OK from Waldorf (i did not see an anouncement at Facebook or a newsetter yet).


Why not simply hold your breath then? :roll:
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Postby chk071; Sat Dec 10, 2016 5:56 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

Soarer wrote:What if one owns Largo too, will there be any problems with two different protection systems simultaneously?

Why would there be? I have many different plugins with different copy protection, and the only ones i know of which conflicted with another copy protection, that's the Tone2 plugins, have been fixed so that they do work when you have PACE installed. I don't think there should be a problem in general.

That said, i like that Nave, and, maybe other Waldorf plugins too, won't use eLicenser anymore then (if that's the case). More and more growing tired of having to have stick out a dongle out of the machine i'm running my plugins on.
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Postby Soarer; Sat Dec 10, 2016 7:27 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

I just want to make sure since it's two different protection systems from one developer.
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Postby aMUSEd; Sat Dec 10, 2016 7:32 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

Who says it's going to be 2 different systems?
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Postby Soarer; Sat Dec 10, 2016 9:17 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

Does this really matter? I just asked ok?
Ignore my post and let Temporubato answer if there's a problem.
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Postby rod_zero; Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:04 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

The browser and GUI is why I got LArgo instead, even if nave seems more interesting.
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Postby sfxsound3; Mon Feb 20, 2017 5:19 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

EvilDragon wrote:So how many years before those browser fixes and new features? :D


temporubato wrote:You need to login to your Waldorf account


:lol:
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Postby Soarer; Tue Mar 28, 2017 11:25 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

Anyone else having crashes when editing Nave? I'm having crashes every day.
I'm using Ableton Live on a new MacBook Pro.
This is really getting on my nerves.

Temporubato, Waldorf are you there?
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Postby c_voltage; Sun Jul 16, 2017 2:48 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

Soarer wrote:No one knows! 16 or more.
Just wanted to try and made 24 notes in a midiclip and they all played.

Well, checked today this moment slightly better than year ago. Nonetheless, it's have just 16 poliphony unfortunately. So, for example chord in Uni 4 voices mode, can play only 4 notes together (4*4=16). Damn, slightly sad restriction. At least if it could be 32..
Thus can say, 4x unison unusable here for pads.
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Postby Ingonator; Sun Jul 16, 2017 4:37 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

c_voltage wrote:
Soarer wrote:No one knows! 16 or more.
Just wanted to try and made 24 notes in a midiclip and they all played.

Well, checked today this moment slightly better than year ago. Nonetheless, it's have just 16 poliphony unfortunately. So, for example chord in Uni 4 voices mode, can play only 4 notes together (4*4=16). Damn, slightly sad restriction. At least if it could be 32..
Thus can say, 4x unison unusable here for pads.


In "Poly" mode (not "Chord") I have just tried using 4 voice Unison and was able to play 6 notes without problems and even 8 notes seemed to work. Have not checked how many are possible yet.

The "Chord" mode seems to a bit different but i admit i rarely used this so far. The Chord mode alo seems to automatically activate the "Hold" button so notes keep palying after the keys are released. With the "Poly" and "Mono" mode (the 2 "normal" modes) you could activate that button yourself if needed.
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Postby c_voltage; Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:54 am Re: Waldorf Nave VST version at thomann.de

Ingonator wrote:
c_voltage wrote:
Soarer wrote:No one knows! 16 or more.
Just wanted to try and made 24 notes in a midiclip and they all played.

Well, checked today this moment slightly better than year ago. Nonetheless, it's have just 16 poliphony unfortunately. So, for example chord in Uni 4 voices mode, can play only 4 notes together (4*4=16). Damn, slightly sad restriction. At least if it could be 32..
Thus can say, 4x unison unusable here for pads.


In "Poly" mode (not "Chord") I have just tried using 4 voice Unison and was able to play 6 notes without problems and even 8 notes seemed to work. Have not checked how many are possible yet.

The "Chord" mode seems to a bit different but i admit i rarely used this so far. The Chord mode alo seems to automatically activate the "Hold" button so notes keep palying after the keys are released. With the "Poly" and "Mono" mode (the 2 "normal" modes) you could activate that button yourself if needed.


Hmm interesting, Ingo but i meant exactly Poly mode, not "Chord" (since im unsure what its do).

I dont know, my setting for checking it quite simple: i take init preset, set release to maximum, and beginn to press note by note in UI keyboard. And i good hear that each fourth pressed node (in Uni4 mode) are kill the first one.

Here i made video example (see it please), in which this behavior is good hear. What i doing wrong ? http://www.mediafire.com/file/1nl36ch83 ... estion.mp4

ADDED:
Hmm, BUT without "note off" (ie if use simultaneously pressed notes, not note by note during maximum release) its really can play more than 4 note in uni4 mode. To be more precise - 8 notes maximum. Ie in such circumstance here reproduce really 32 voice polyphony.
But why it's not works in my "single notes" example ??
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