On my KPA some other FX like delay or reverb after DT were turend on. Also Space was on. After turning them off I don't see any visual volume drops on one channel. This leads me to conclusion that some FX's like delays , reverbs and space do some channel mixing.
That could be the phasing issue
If that are phasing issues then they occuring in FX algorithm (one of the channels has slowly pulsating volume ) and there is nothing you can do about it.
I like DT FX a lot.
But it would be cooler without this little defect as long as it can be eliminated.
I have a similar problem. The volume in the right side drops periodically.
Also, there is this weird "pulsating" sound. The left channel is completely normal.
I think it is not original idea(intention) behind those volume drops. I belive it is a some kind of a a bug. ckemper
would you please listen to this I don't think this is the intended effect - but if you can comment on it, it would be nice.
Like the acoustic simulator, the double tracker is more a compromise solution for a live situation. Nice to have, but not totally convincing (when compared to real double tracking).Maybe I can use it for some experimental stuff as an "effect".
It sound's nice as a Chorus .
And I thought I had a problem with the headphone cable. Periodically, the sound in one earbud seemed to fade away.
Hiya. Great tool. Just installed it and it works perfect with Cubase.
My only wish - if I am allowed to - would be a direct save function via usb Connection from my KPA. That means the current active rig should be stored. Why that? Generally I do not use RM at all. I change everything right at the KPAs front panel.
Do not know if this is possible at all but I would definitely pay for that.
I'm sorry but it is not possible.
BayouTexan I don't quite understand but you can store RIG from pluin anywhere on your PC. Just use Right click Copy/Paste.
mollydyer Try with these solutions:Quote
With the quad capture, you can't have listen to this device enabled in Windows.
Go to settings, sound settings, recording, 1-2 quad-capture, properties, listen (tab), uncheck the listen to this device. Done. You should freely be able to choose your sample rate at this point.Quote
It sounds like Windows is using your interface as the main audio device, which is keeping you from changing sample rates and using it successfully with Pro Tools. You will need to go into Windows Playback Devices and tell Windows not to use the Quad Capture for audio.
After disabling the Quad Capture as a Windows Playback device, reboot the PC.
After the reboot, open Windows Control Panel and run the Quad Capture settings app. This is where you will want to set the sample rate.
If you’re using a coaxial cable to synchronize with another device and have connected
equipment to the INPUT 15 and 16 jacks, choose “ANALOG .” Otherwise choose “AUTO .”
For details, refer to “Connecting Two STUDIO-CAPTURE Units” (p . 46) or ”Synchronizing with
Another Digital Device” (p . 52)
Try with analog .
Alsdo be aware of this :Quote
The sampling rate setting of the STUDIO-CAPTURE automatically changes to match
the rate of the audio data that is played, or the rate that your DAW software is set to
when recording .But you can also change the sampling rate of the STUDIO-CAPTURE manually . Click
 of the SAMPLE RATE on the device panel, then select another sampling rate . In
this case, you may also need to change the sampling rate of the DAW software .* The sampling rate cannot be changed during playback or recording, or when
equipment is connected to the COAXIAL IN (15/16) jack .* When the sampling rate is switched, a small pop noise may be heard, but this does
not indicate a malfunction
Try to disable all audio software first. Sometimes even internet browser can lock audio settings.
Is this a new KPA? Both SPDIF cables are connected?
If so the KPA may want to sync to your device as slave.
Try to set Roland to 96kHz.
Otherwise try to set Roland to sync from external source (Sync source not internal. ) .
So what pot do you exactly mean ?
By the way never ever use any chemical or any mechanical cleaner on digital sensors.
More about encoders
Can’t imagine that there is a analog potentiometer used in any way.
Mechanical encoders has contacts points and chemical cleaner can fix them.
One more trick is to mix bass at high monitor volume. Tune the rest at mid volume and fine tune at very low volume
Sounds like a ring modulator. Certainly something is wrong - unless you are using a ring modulator somewhere in the FX section.
I just wanted to write my feature request on this topic but found this one. I support and I think that some of the functionality is already there at least on the device side.
Meanwhile, I wonder if CK& Co are resistant to altering the special sauce in the profiling algorithm because it would result in an alteration of a decade worth of beloved profiles,
I think you could alert how recorder (profiler) part works (alerting resulted profile) without touching player part. Or eventually they can intorduce something like KPA profile version information in profile so you could always use proper algo for the right profile. So I think there are ways to change the profile algo without alerting the old profiles. Just my 2 cents.
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