** BEWARE ** Clicking on the product link for MinimogueVA today there was a redirect to a scam page which purported to be from EIR Broadband in Ireland (who I am signed up to) offering a free gift in return for filling in a survey - a 1euro iPhone. Bargain! If it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Or, in the words of my wife - "If it looks like a duck, and sounds like a duck, it's a duck" To be fair she's not a great lover of ducks.
Is there a way of reporting dodgy links like that direct to the moderators?
Sorry for the low rating, I'm sure the plugin itself is great, if you can get to it.
Hello... I'm new to both KVR forum and Minimogue va... and am not yet having much luck searching for info about Minimogue va... so one quick question. My impression is that patches for Minimogue can not be created and saved in the traditional sense... but today it appears I've stumbled upon the fact that if I load one of the patches that came with the plug-in... then modify the settings and move to another patch... those settings for the patch I was just in... get "saved" (remembered) by the plug-in.
Please let me know if this is the case and if there's any way to restore the original patches short of deleting and reinstalling the plug.
Or you have lost it and you can't find where to download it again? Be precise, please, so that we can help you. If it is this thing that you mean (you don't know where to download it again), last year Gunnar allowed me to distribute it on my public cloud area, here: http://dfiles.eu/folders/HOUQN3MVZ
It is available also at PluginBoutique (for Free as well) but with way less files and informations in the zip file.
The one I provide contains absolutely everything, the common and the Luxus versions of the synth, the configuration file for the MIDI controllers assignments, the preset banks which were made for that synth and were distributed freely by Gunnar, the A/B comparison audio files with the famous hardware, the audio demos of the filters in action, the pages of the original website which were dedicated to the synth, etc.