George wrote:Sorry for the delay, transfers usually take less than 24 hours after payment confirmation.
Ok thank you.
Well that's good to hear. If buy corona again if that happened. I would highly suggest giving the modulation source and target lists host parameter ids as well as every missing button or setting. Then corona will join the elite club of vst synths (like sylenth1, gforce synths, poly-Ana, spire, etc.) that can be 100% controlled from hardware like nektar and automap etc. even arp step velocity. It would be cool if corona had parameter ids for not only the arp step velocity but also glide per step and hold (from the previous step) as you can currently do with the mouse.oskari wrote:It's just a silly technical detail. It can fixed and I'm planning to do it later.Echoes in the Attic wrote: I've always wondered - Is it that hard to just make a control visible for the host? Like how the filter knob can be seen by the host. Can you not do the same to the unison knob or mod sliders the same thing and just give it a host ID as well? Or like LFO shape list is a control that can be seen by the host. Can you not do the same for the mod source or mod target list? I don't totally see why so many parameters are seen in Corona but then a bunch aren't.
Yeah, that fixed it for me.George wrote:I see Zip the WAV file and then swap .zip to .dwb extension. It should work, but the previous methods look more convenient.PietW. wrote:The rename dwb does not work. Corona does not find the file.
Did you place the Folder.dwb at Documents > discoDSP > Corona > Waves? It should work. Otherwise User.dwb won't load too.Numanoid wrote: When I created Folder.dwb folder and put in the folder (as described above) nothing showed up in Corona. I needed to zip it (not rar) and then rename the .zip to .dwb to get Corona to see the file.
Sorry about the confusion, I meant Waves folder.Numanoid wrote:As this is waveforms for the oscillators, it doesn't seem logical to me that they should be placed in the patch bank sub-folder, but rather the waves sub-folder.
Ah I see, what really happened. This refers to .SF2 and .WAV files only. A folder won't work since sub-folders inside .dwb are not supported.Numanoid wrote: Custom SF2/WAV oscillators
Place them at Documents > discoDSP > Corona > Banks > User.dwb folder and they will appear next time Corona is loaded.Create additional categories by adding new folders with .dwb extension and keep your tones organized.
Yes, I got it to work when I packed the folder as a zip file and renamed the zip to dwb and then placed it in that subfolder alongside the other dwb files there.George wrote:As said, for let's say Custom.dwb folder to work, it has to be placed at Documents > discoDSP > Corona > Waves > Custom.dwb with all the WAV / SF2 files on it.