Take a look at the Podium guide info on multi-timbral and multiple IO plugins:
If possible, I’d also like to know if we can make it so shift+scroll could scroll horizontally
+1 to that – it’d be a helpful addition
I guess you could lose the little cross at the upper right as it no longer opens the log-in option.
Keep up the good work Frits – I’m sure most of us appreciate your continued efforts 🙂
As I understand it Steinberg no longer make vst2 sdk licenses available to developers. Therefore no new developers will be able to release vst2 versions of plugins.
I can’t speak for Frits of course, but I think Podium has become more of a side-line in recent years. A little more info now and again would be welcome though.
Frits said he has been working on 3.4.0 in this post:
It’s my fault as I didn’t read your first post properly. I was using the ‘export sequence to midi file’ option in the sequence editor window, which doesn’t reload correctly. This time I created a few different 1 bar shapes on an automation track and saved as a template which does work just as you said. It’s a usable solution, but I still think it would be nice to have a library which is visible in the inspector that can be dragged onto an arrangement. Cheers for your input anyway 🙂
Hi, thanks for the suggestion. I tried and it works – sort of – a bit in-elegant as you say. I created a basic shape, converted it to a spline curve then saved it. However when reloading it, the nice curved shape reverts back to square bar-points. I can convert it back of course but less than ideal.
Thanks anyway 🙂
Sorry, where I wrote ‘browser’ I meant to say ‘inspector’ – just thought I should clarify 🙂
hope that makes sense!
yep, makes perfect sense. Actually, I’ve been pondering for a while about a feature request to do with automation curves. I think it’d be a great addition if you could save any curves to a dedicated folder which could be opened from the browser. You could have a basic library of useful shapes which could be inserted/copied then perhaps have the ability to alter the amplitude and time-stretch. Maybe even have little preview images in the browser a bit like they have in Bitwig. Obviously, automation curves are often created in real time during recording which is a separate thing really, but for reusable, repetitive shapes it could be a great help.
Anyway, just putting it out there 🙂 Hope you’re reading this Frits!
Do you mean just the midi sequence? If so, in the sequence editor window go to “file” (upper left) and “export sequence to midi file” then re-use to your hearts content 🙂