I'm using my virus ti2 to make a house track with a simple chord progression. When i sequence the chords in a midi track the fiter envelope seems to trigger each note at a slightly different time and it ruins the transient of the chord. is there any way to make the filter envelope only trigger once for the whole chord as apposed to triggering each note separately.
Chords triggering at different times
I can't say that I ever had that, but I can think of things to try.
- Are you playing the chords by hand, or did you draw them on an editor? I could be that they are not quantized.
- Try to reduce the "analog boost" to 0. As I understand, among other things it introduces errors in order to emulate analog behavior.
- It could be that the MIDI transmission is overloaded. Does it behave the same when the chord track is soloed in your DAW? You may have to bounce it to audio. Also try to work in "2 in / no out" mode, if you're using VC.
Hope it works out for you.
I'm using fl's piano roll to play the virus, it's all quantized so by rights it should be all in time. I tried turning the analogue boost to 0, it didn't do anything. I initially tried to record the midi track to audio while it was solo'd and the notes were still slightly out of time. I'll try my other interface and see if its my midi sound card lagging or something.
Also what is "2 in / no out" mode?
That's relevant only if you're using VC. You can find it under the Patch/Utility tab.