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The MIDI interface has a switch to choose from PC or Tablet. I use this combo for Ipad editors when I use the Alpha Juno and CZ1000 too.
I'm pretty sure I have successfully used Midi Tool Box to do this.
Mac Sierra OS? A horrible buzzzzzzz?
I had odd pixelated screen issues one time when I accidentally plugged MIDI out from my interface into the MIDI out on the TI. Have you tried disconnecting everything but the power cable?
depending on the situation: very certainly.
I purchased this one.
Other than having the Virus only going into it, is there anything else I should or shouldn't do?
Resetting windows fixed the headphone out too? Yeah, no.
Hey Marc, does the dedicated USB hub help with clicks and pops as well?
There has to be. I don't own a C. Check the manual.
Taken from the Setup Guide...
My Virus sounds less loud than other virtual
instruments. What do I need to do?
Using the USB outputs, you will recognize that other virtual instruments have more
output level than the Virus TI. This is because the Virus reserves enough headroom
to play dozens of voices at the same time. Fortunately this needn’t be a
disadvantage as long as you make sure that you use the headroom of your digital
mixer. Todays digital mixers and sequencer have more headroom than any of us
will need. Here’s an idea for you:
Before you start working on your next project, put every channel fader to -20dB.
Next, put the master fader right up so you can still hear things loudly enough. Once
you instantiate Virus Control, put this fader to e.g. -12dB instead of -20dB to make it
equally loud. Here, you need to experiment a little - the Virus obviously gets louder
the more voices you play, and also all virtual instruments have a different loudness
to each other.
After working on the song for a while, you will notice that your mix gets louder when
you add more instruments. Reduce the level of the master fader once it gets close
You will be surprised how powerful, clear and dynamic your mix will sound and how
well the Virus fits in.
✓ If you cannot achieve a suitable level by pushing the master fader right up when
you start working, use a gainer plug-in to push it further.
And you checked the global pan settings in the Virus too?
When you say panning is fine, where are you checking? What audio interface are you using?
Have you ruled out the mixer channel or audio I/O it's going into?
I think this happened because I'd press keyboard keys before the TI was fully configured. I got the loud buzz last night but then I realized what I had done. Then reconnected keeping my hands off and it seemed to do the trick.
No, I updated to LogicProX10.3 and all is fine with my TI.
Your signature says your running Yosemite but that can't be true can it? I too was on Yosemite until the Logic 10.3 update came out. So I updated Mac OS to 10.12, Logic to 10.3 and then Virus TI Installer 5.1.6.05.
Anyone else getting this insanely loud buzz, similar to, if not identical to this thread?
i submitted a help desk ticket on it. Just wondering if it's only me.
Oli, he said the same thing happens out of the headphone output. It's internal. Have you checked the global pan settings?
Shift and the filter1 selection buttons toggle through 1-4 pole.
Also, the edit button next the filter 1 button should get you there. It's a filter type.