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Re: Modulation in halion 5

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Cutoff Offset
Modulates the cutoff offset of the second filter in serial or parallel mode. For example, assign the modulation wheel to lower or raise the cutoff of the second filter while you play.
Resonance Offset
Modulates the resonance offset of the second filter in serial or parallel mode. For example, assign the modulation wheel to lower or raise the resonance of the second filter while you play.
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In the Modulation Matrix, select User Envelope as Source and Cutoff Offset as Destination. Done in a few seconds. Hope it's fast enough for you and that it works for your sound design.
by Whirly
Fri Nov 22, 2013 12:56 pm
 
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Re: HALion Libraries...


Is the new H5 content all contained within the individual "Instruments" such at Auron, Haliotron, Trium, etc.?

Spot on! The H5 factory library is the old H4 + the individual instruments. If I remember correctly, some of the H4 content is actually labeled Halion Sonic? To the extend that I've actually cared, I've found the library naming slightly confusing. I bought some drum samples in Halion format and when imported into H5, this library shows up as a Halion 3 library.

About the trial presets, I can't help right now.
by Whirly
Tue Dec 03, 2013 11:39 am
 
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Re: Modulation in halion 5

Judas666, pointing out the strong points of a competitors products is a bit of a sensitive point on this forum and can result in some emotional reactions by a few fanatics and even a ban from one of the moderators. So watch your step when going there. ;)


You are of course welcome to make your own interpretations, but I fail to see how my answer, pointing to the solution, is perceived as more emotional than the OP when he’s complaining about lack of a feature that is actually there. Now I'm probably being both emotional and humorless :shock:

Now, over to the NI forum to help those complaining about the of lack of modulation possibilities in Kontakt.
by Whirly
Fri Nov 22, 2013 3:35 pm
 
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Re: If you like the 7.5 update...+1 this and reply

+1
I also like the fact that they refrained the urge of making it 100% future proof. This way we still have something to look forward to :D
by Whirly
Fri Dec 06, 2013 9:06 pm
 
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Re: Bitwig - competition is great

I've spent a few hours with it and I really like it. Since it's version 1 it's lacking some important features, but what's there is implemented in a smart way. As a long time happy Cubase user, Bitwig feels more intuitive than Ableton Live, I think, and by time it will become a really strong DAW.
by Whirly
Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:13 pm
 
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Re: Bitwig - competition is great

Note to self: whatever new features they put into their DAW doesn’t help if they do not offer the same comprehensive key command management as Cubase. :roll:
by Whirly
Wed Apr 16, 2014 8:33 am
 
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Re: GA4 Live Record to Cubase Midi track

This is normal behaviour. It's not possible to record the midi out port of GA. The easiest way to convert GA to audio is using Audio Mixdown -> tick the "Channel Batch Export" -> tick GA. Then you get a audio track with the drums only.
by Whirly
Sun Aug 24, 2014 12:51 am
 
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Re: Cubase 7.5 and Reason 8 good friends?

You might want to read this short thread near the bottom:

http://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=181&t=35754

If it is still true (I have not tried to Rewire Reason 8 yet), it makes using Reason+Rewire+Cubase amazingly cumbersome.


This is still the way it's working. Cumbersome - yes, but it's possible to make project templates in both Cubase and Reason that will help you avoid setting the whole thing up from scratch every time. I just made myself templates which includes 5 Reason instruments routed through rewire ch. to 5 group ch. in Cubase. By customizing the Cubase mixer I hide all rewire ch. and the group ch. appears next to the "normal" instrument ch. All I have to think of is opening Cubase and Reason in the right order and it will work just like that.
by Whirly
Mon Oct 06, 2014 2:04 pm
 
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Re: Isn't it possible to route midi out from Groove Agent 4?

Now that I have clean the dust of my glasses I'm quite certain that the image is showing "MIDI Out" from GA ;)
by Whirly
Fri Oct 10, 2014 1:24 pm
 
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Re: Losing connection to midi controller

Interesting. Lately I've noticed that this happens to my Novation Remote as well. Switching off/on the Remote usually fix the problem.
by Whirly
Wed Feb 25, 2015 3:23 pm
 
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Re: programming polyrhythms

Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone knows a handy way in Cubase to make concurrent loops in different time signatures? I really like how this is implemented in Ableton: you just create a clip, define its length, and it loops at the number of bars/beats you specified. Easy peasy. In Cubase, I make a short sequence, but for it to loop properly, I have to copy the pattern until the pattern 'coincides' with the metrum again like it did at the beginning. This means I have to always figure out how many times I have to repeat a riff in a weird time signature, then set my locators to loop that area, just to get the same behavior as in Ableton... Or I have to use different instances of Beat Designer for those parts, which is easier but still a bit convoluted imo


Cubase doesn't currently offer any similar way to work with loop points within a audio sample like found in ableton and bigwig, so in Cubase the process is going to be more labour intensive. One way to do it is the way you suggest above ("copy the pattern until...."). At the moment I'm experimenting with regions, where I open a audio sample in the audio editor, in the Hitpoint menu I create regions. Then I open up the Pool window and drag regions to the track in the order I desire. It's even more time consuming and it doesn't compare to ableton, but it can give you quite interesting result.

As for programming polyrhythms in MIDI, I posted this some time ago (which none took notice of :o 8-) ): http://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=182&t=51182
by Whirly
Sun Feb 22, 2015 9:26 am
 
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Render in place - be careful with the naming

I had a problem where Render in Place would only leave a small snippet with no audio. It turned out I had used signs and symbols in the name that Cubase didn't accept, but it never gave me a warning. There you go ;)
by Whirly
Sun Mar 22, 2015 2:19 pm
 
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