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  • I think @Cray23 is the resident expert on bass here. Would you like to weigh in?
  • Oh hey 👍
  • Dendy has created the neuro-themed bass patches in the factory presets. Probably the best bet is to start with them. The complex class in the wavetable oscillator is made for these kinds of sounds. But to be honest, Obsidian is not Serum, so it’s go…
  • Also in the patchbay where you can find all routing in one place.
  • @TakkAtakk said: @Stiksi said: Out of curiosity, how do you use this feature? In Cubase? There are a couple of ways: * Click on a midi note with the dedicated Mute tool. * Drag a rectangle with the Mute t…
  • Out of curiosity, how do you use this feature?
  • @djhc No, but you can export midi data and TRG presets, which you can load into Slate.
  • Yup, Eden is mono, TRG is stereo.
  • I strongly suggest you read the manual @ralis , Nanostudio has a learning curve, but the manual helps by explaining everything clearly and gives you the right vocabulary. Here’s midi export. Import is drag and drop.
  • @rolandobabel said: @Stiksi said: @rolandobabel said: Hi everyone, I am getting into ns2 but prefer nanostudio 1 at the moment. I notice that if i enter an audio track of 3 minutes as a sample it gets muted after…
  • @rolandobabel said: Hi everyone, I am getting into ns2 but prefer nanostudio 1 at the moment. I notice that if i enter an audio track of 3 minutes as a sample it gets muted after 20 seconds. Is there a way to put external audio tracks into ns2? …
  • Have you tried turning your iDevice and your mac off and on again? Bluetooth and macs... there’s always something the matter there. I would just use a lightning cable but I know that might not suit your use case.
  • Time stretch / pitch shift is not one of NS’s features. You need to use another app for that. For loops you can try dendy’s hack https://blipinteractive.co.uk/community/index.php?p=/discussion/355/little-trick-for-timestretched-drumloop
  • That’s a great solution. You can also assign invert to triple-click home button if you have a home button. Smart is only different to classic in that it might leave photos uninverted in some apps in some contexts. 90% exactly the same.
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  • Yes, this is still an issue. We did get an improvement on the initial look though, that was even darker. I suggest making the grid as wide as you can, so snapping is more obvious. And on a lighter note, Ableton just fixed the same issue with Live…
    in Light mode? Comment by Stiksi March 13
  • NS accepts external midi input so playing in chords is simple: just use the chord app in standalone mode and send the midi to NS, record it to a track. I use SoundPrism all the time.
  • Nice work! The music and the art are definitely cut from the same cloth 👍
  • @bobheads said: I understand the first part but not sure exactly what you mean by 'volume matched' - you just mean that I have to manually balance the two tracks (source track and send/effected track) using their faders? If Yes, how would go abou…
  • You can use send tracks to split the signal so you don’t need to duplicate the source. Just turn down the level fader on the source and set the sends to pre fader. Or use the source level as a wet/dry control (not volume matched, though). Then if…
  • AU effect automation is not supported in NS. AU instrument automation is supported but you have to use the Performance controls in the NS AU instrument.
  • Are you using AU effects in the project? Some of them, especially dynamics related – like compressors – introduce quite a bit of delay. I usually notice it with FAC Maxima.
  • Well, Nanostudio does an internal mixdown and you have an external synth. Despite your hearing both audio sources at the same time from the audio output, Nave is not playing through NS. The external MIDI instrument is, as the name suggests, a MIDI d…
  • @davlinste said: Thanks but that’s not very precise. It’s not precisely random either but you can get any range you want by selecting all notes and using the two drag handles, one on the left and one on the right. One moves them proportio…
  • The desktop app was actually just a free demo version for the iOS NS1, but since Matt is Matt, it was fully functional and fairly popular. For the second version, he decided it was unnecessary, so unfortunately there is no desktop version of it. …
  • Not a single button press? Yes. Tedious? Well, depends what you mean by it, but at least it’s not slow. Here’s how I do it. Randomize would absolutely be a fun addition, I would love to be able to use it on a number of parametres, especially …
  • It’s a 32 bit app, which is not supported anymore. Rewriting it for 64 would have been a massive undertaking, so Matt made Nanostudio 2 instead. You can, however, get an emulator that runs a 32 bit OS which can run NS1.
  • Yes, you can not do any file level operations like deleting or renaming or moving to the open project. Save as is the quickest route, then you can immediately delete the old project.
  • @tortuga said: Okay, so is there no “arm” for recording. I’m trying to record a track using the Minimoog au plugin but it does not record. After you made me realize there is no track arming I tried with Obsidian and it recorded so it must be som…
  • Save as is a lot easier 😀 archiving is best for moving between devices and reloading samples is for when you can’t get to the original location for some reason or another. I’ve been answering these questions so many times I sometimes get confused 😂 …
  • You have two options. 1. Option: Put the files back into the original place and archive (export) the project. This collects all the necessary samples into the project. Then you can move the archived project file and open it in the destination folde…