DrRinkel

Made a lot of music with Nanostudio 1 the past years. Check it out on my Spotify page: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5fkeE0Roygx94Yx4WV1gkX I haven't finished a track with Nanostudio 2 but working on it at the moment. Just wait for it!

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  • I have a problem with Poison-202. Not a big one but well worth reporting. When I load the presets A53, A54 or A55 in the browse menu, it takes me up to the top of the list. I guess it's because the name of the preset has a '.' in it.
  • @drez said: So on the channel view, click the little automation icon in the upper left.. Then click on the channel you want to mess with automation on Then you will see the devices along the left side and you can either edit…
  • @Stiksi said: @DrRinkel said: My real question is if it is possible to record that automation? I know it's possible to record the automation from a Slate effect but I can't find out how to record the automation of an audio effect th…
  • @drez said: @DrRinkel said: My real question is if it is possible to record that automation? I know it's possible to record the automation from a Slate effect but I can't find out how to record the automation of an audio effect that…
  • My real question is if it is possible to record that automation? I know it's possible to record the automation from a Slate effect but I can't find out how to record the automation of an audio effect that I have put on a track of the MAIN MIX.
  • Okay, now I've made a track where I trigger the sample in Obsidian via the Slate pads. Now it is not possible to use the effects of Slate. Does anyone have a trick to do that? Furthermore, I wondered whether an audio effect on a track, or on the MAI…
  • Thanks again @dendy, your to kind! Of course I can also look for it myself but there is so much to discover.
  • Thanks @dendy that works! Still have to figure out how to change the startpoint for each pad but thats no problem.
  • Okay, i'm a midi noob. I have now set it up like this: Source -> key, note. Destination -> Osc 1, Sample start, Multiplier -> None. Depth -> 100. Each key now have an other sample start point but it isn't in the same key. So the sample t…
  • I think obsidian is definitely better and offers more functionality. However, the simplicity to load a sample and the stretch over the keyboard I really liked because spontaneously created things that you had not thought of before (do I say the same…
  • Thanks @dendy and @tom_tm for your very quick reply!
  • It slices the sample over the keyboard depending on the number you set it to. For example, if you set it to 46, the sample was cut into 46 equal parts. I often used it to experiment.