Needs more work to be useful. When changing the slots from one to another the next slot is the same number as the previous slots number selected and does not maintain what it was before. Also seems not to maintain the preset selected for a project when that project is reloaded.
Thanks for the comment. The preset part will be fixed soon. But didn't understand the first part. Here the numbers of the kit slots remain normal when switching. Any chance you can take a screenshot of it please?
I will try to explain better. Say you have selected kik one, when clicking on the snare select it also will come up Snare One, and so on with each slot selected with be taken the sample from slot one, not whatever it was in that preset previously. Whatever number of slot is selected the one's selected after that will be the same number. Also how does one use own samples in this. I tried by moving samples into the fanatan folder but did not see any come up in the vsti section for user. Thanks.
I understand. Well. This kind of "save the previous" is impossible, unless you save a built kit to a preset. For instance, if you jump for one element section to another, the previous section is lost, since the selector is ad-hoc. Once you save it, it gets stored.
To bring your own samples, add them into "C:\Users\*user*\Documents\Fananteam\Yumbu\user folder. Then you'll see them in the plugin's user section.
64-bit version Crashes in Reaper for me when playing the built in keyboard. I have to say having no separate audio channels out is a problem. The overall reverb is of little use for me. i like to add reverb to the hits separately.Not that impressed by the drum sounds either. I had just finished messing around with Akai MPC beats and the quality difference was huge. Nice idea though.
Thanks for the comment. It was a bug and it's now fixed. Please re-download the fixed dll files. Now it gonna read your samples from the folder called "user". Just move your samples into there and once you open Yumbu in your DAW and set any of the slots to "user" section, they should appear.
Thanks for the comment. It was a bug and it's now fixed. Please re-download the fixed dll files. Now it gonna read your samples from the folder called "user". Just move your samples into there and once you open Yumbu in your DAW and set any of the slots to "user" section, they should appear. It supports wav. and mp3 formats.