mutools wrote:Please email me that session. (no need to include samples etc)
michi_mak wrote:sorohanro wrote:Maybe a MIDI keyboard would speed up things quite a bit?
maybe slow down before giving uncalled for answers?
fluffy_little_something wrote:While I like the arrow buttons to step through patches, unfortunately they don't seem to work well with VSTs. For instance, I have my TAL Elektro patches all in one folder so that I can access them easily from any DAW. Now, when I open one patch in that folder, the path seems to get lost
That's indeed what the previous/next buttons do in the VST editor: Step thru the internal VST programs.and when I click one of the patch selection arrow buttons in Mulab's VST window, I get a patch of the synth's default patches instead of the neighboring patch in my external patch folder.
fluffy_little_something wrote:Is there some kind of time-out in the Mulab audio engine? I noticed that when I have Mulab on and for some reason leave my computer alone for a half hour or so (I didn't clock the time, it felt like half an hour maybe) and then return and play, the audio engine has stopped and I hear no sound. When I restart the audio engine in the Mulab menu, the sound is back again. Not a real problem, just wondering as it happened twice today...
fluffy_little_something wrote:I was just programming a patch and had zillion of windows open (envelopes, oscs, etc.). Is there a way to close all those windows at once?
When you click on the little arrow in the rack you can close the patch's main window, but all the windows lower down in that patch's hierarchy stay open. I guess it would be better to open and close all of a patch's open windows when clicking on that arrow in the rack repeatedly. Just a suggestion
In that vane, since the sub windows open all over the screen, sometimes covering the racks, it would be better if clicking on any part of the rack would move it to the front so that one does not have to drag windows away in order to access the arrow.