TI is not analog is VA (Virtual Analog)
Finally i found the cause of the problem!
The power supply was broken and had to buy another...
After a hard reset and replacement of bad cables all went back to normal!
I guess i was wrong after a few minutes the clicks got back again...
Today i've noticed that my Virus TI (OS 5.08.00) is clicking and popping randomly without even using USB and VC.Just the mains straight to my MOTU 828 MKII.Anyone has a clue what's goin on?
I've recorded 2 and a half minutes to show you what i mean...https://drive.google.com/file/…EQlJyNWc/view?usp=sharing
I've just also contacted support let's see what happens...
As the title suggests some tips on how to configure your external synth or drum machine to play nicely along Ableton Live...
A VirusTI is hooked up in the chain via MIDI.
Thanks for watching!
Greetings from Veria..
Summer is near and thought i'd share with you my summer vibes!
DSI's Tempest doin the drums & bass,VirusTI the pads,arps,keys & FX and QuNeo is used in Launchpad emulation mode for some clip launching/Stopping.
Enjoy & have a great summer!
Ye i do it exactly like this but it would be much better if there was an easier way inside Store menu...
Been searching a while for this but couldn't seem to find an easy way...What's your method for these type of situation?
Try resetting the TI...
With Virus switched off unplug all cables hit Arp edit button for 5 secs while connecting the power and try to update
Thanks for the response...
I was trying to play both Tempest & Mopho in Stereo through TI's inputs with the help of the adaptors but as i can tell that's not possible...
They have to play in mono without the adaptors
Never mind found it...All good..
I was trying to plug adaptors in TI's inputs so i could hook up both Tempest and my partner's Mopho but only one instrument could play...
Is this TI's input limitation or it needs some special adaptors?
I use Ableton Live as a sequencer and using Virus TI as my soundcard.I'm having this weird problem with TI's right input...
When i'm plugging DSI Tempest's left out to TI's left input i can see in Ableton that the left channel is playing which is normal..
If i plug Tempest's right out to TI's right input i can notice that both L-R channels are playing in Ableton which is not normal..
Tried also simply playing a track from my iPhone on the inputs and the same thing is happening with the right input..
Am i missing something here?Is there some short circuit thing goin on there?
Thanks in advance..
It's all in the mixing
That means you're depending from the sound engineer...
You can do your own mixing which is an art by itself...
1.Use Sidechain or NY compression and exciter on your busses and some multiband compression...
2.Work on your sound design skills...Disable TI's EQ's and use filtering instead
3.Have visual feedback of pan,limiting,maximizing etc.
How did you do it? Cheers : )
I use Ableton Live so i used Live's Pitch Midi effect..You create 2 midi tracks with each own pitch effect and set lowest key and range..
In VC you load one sound on Ch.1 and another on Ch.2 and set the output destination of the created 2 midi tracks above to VC Ch.1 & Ch.2 respectively..
Something like this:
Ye that one is classic