Can't you see the version here?
It's not a whole installation procedure. It's done in less than a minute (after downloading).
When I installed JUST MSF, it uninstalled all my other Melda plugins. So please don't tell me it's less than a minute.
It is less than a minute. Here I do a quick delete option and it deletes 234 plugins, then proceeds to install the new version, of all the plugins. Less than a minute. i5-3570 CPU @ 3.40GHz - Linux Xubuntu 18.04 LTS - 16 GB RAM.
I may have your intention wrong, but here's how I map a drum kit in one instance of MSF
Thanks. There is still one very big problem. Assigning a sound over a note range, there is no pitch follow. So my toms are all the same pitch from F2 to B2. So, the only way to get each tom at a separate pitch is to assign a single tom to each note and tune each by hand.n9research wrote: ↑Tue May 21, 2019 12:40 amI may have your intention wrong, but here's how I map a drum kit in one instance of MSF
(it's less annoying and convoluted than it appears, honest...)
1. Don't use the Generator tab (as you can't set the note range of individual Generators)
2. In the FX tab, place a Modular16 (or other modular, if you need more/less slots)
3. Enable MIDI Input for the Modular16 (right-click)
4. In each column of Modular16, place an instance of MSF
5. Set the note range of each MSF (by right-clicking the MSF you placed in Modular16)
6. In each MSF, build your sound!
If you don't need more than 6 slots, you can place MSF directly in the FX tab columns, rather than use a Modular (but you lose the ability to set oversampling individually for each instance)