I had a problem like this on a TI2. To overcome this: Updated OS 3.0.3.00 in firt. Then after: I updated to 5.1.7.00
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I have a question: at 3"31 we hear an OHH of 909... is it produced by the Virus? Or is it an addition in the Mix.
CONFIG/ "Audio Clock"/ Source = ? (is it on S/PDIF ?)
Normaly = "Auto"
Just before (in CONFIG/ Inputs 2/2 ) you have "Source" = Analog
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Do you have changed your cable for see if it's that?
... And look in EDIT / Inputs/ Atomizer = off Input Mode = off
Actually assigned to the MOD, yes, there is a fade (only on the first note played). But if you leave it in the "full" position, the notes played next will start without fading.
So just before playing, up the MOD
The vibrato is in the CHORUS menu, choose it / leave Depth on "0" and X-Over on "0"
EDIT MATRIX = Mod Well < +63 > Chorus Mod Depth
The Virus understands the number of voices to be 100.
They are reduced during Unison Mode (Common Menu) which can therefore divide this number of voices by 8. In addition, Analog 1-4 pole (Menu Filter): reduces polyphony by 50% Also, WavePWM or Grain / Formant Complex ( Menu Osc1/2 Menu): reduces polyphony by 50%.
Prepare a PATCH 00 to "eat" voices using Unison on 8 voices + Analog 1-4 pole (Menu Filter) + WavePWM or Grain / Formant Complex (Menu Osc1/2 Menu)
In MULTI mode, in Track 1, put your VINTAGE PATCH
Then, put this PATCH 00, in Track 2, in Track 3, in Track 4, etc… stuck on the same channel each time. Accumulate this "PATCH 00" several times until you manage to eat 96 Voices. EDIT : track 2 to 3 and more... = Volume on "0" and "Part enable" = ON
NOTE: Not tested, this is just an idea…
Yes i see
in Virus TI you have "organP"
it's OSC = wave 30 (en -12) + OSC2 = sin (en -24)
Do you have an audio example of the sound produced by the M1? Knowing that it is pcm oscillators, sampled wave...
it is so practical and works under Ventura perfectly, do not hesitate to buy it outright
Ah this TI, sometimes we manage to give it some grainy atmospheres… very analog tape, no? And you, do you have some exemples?
Atomizer: http://ti2.synthesizer.free.fr/resources/PATCHS/ATOMIZER.mid (exemple PATCH in .mid)
CONFIG/ inputs: 1/2 = sensitivity "+5" - 2/2 = source "analog"
EDIT/ inputs (after "Velocity Map") = "ON"
- Connect your EXTERNAL AUDIO source > input LINE in the TI
- START your EXTERNAL SOUND (your music) for Listening it in the TI
- Play on the keyboard, your music is cut for to be "Atomized" (loop, invers loop, pitch...) NOTA: PITCHBEND for the Tempo
- Used ModeWell for Dry or Wet on the original signal sound who transit in input line
- For FX in LIVE (in real time) Go in EFFECTS (Disto, Ring, LP...)
- If you used CUT, RESO, ENV, FX.... on your panel it's not in realtime
Yes, a lot of topic to shout that it can't work on M1. Hence the plugin from AURA (I use it every day on Ventura). As you say, I always have on hand a Macbook in Captain, to crush only the ROMs of the TI (because for the RAMs it's AURA)
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