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  • in reply to: Using VST Plug-in with Podium #30206
    kingtubby
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    I presume you have already installed the ZFX software? It should have installed the vst plugin somewhere – commonly the default location will be something like C:\Program Files\Steinberg\vst plugins. Have a quick look at the Podium guide section on plugins here:

    http://zynewave.com/podium-guide/#h.w6q7r1eym9i9

    Hopefully you’ll find sufficient info there to get you going. If not come back and ask again 🙂

    kingtubby
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    It’s one of the many things that Podium does so well. Once you’ve set things up to your liking just save as a track template and it’ll be ready to go in a couple of clicks.

    kingtubby
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    Yes, you can run multi-out vst instruments with Podium free. There is a youtube video here that covers the process:

    Essentially, when importing a multi out vsti Podium creates mappings for all the outs in a sub-folder. Hit F2 and your list of instruments and fx will be displayed on the left. Locate your multi-out instrument and drag the entire sub-folder onto the track header area of the arrangement page/view. Have a look at the video and hopefully it should become clear.

    in reply to: Bouncing Midi #30117
    kingtubby
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    You could start here:

    Free plugins to use in Podium

    though it’s a little out dated and some of the links don’t work any more.
    Alternatively there is good ol’ kvr:

    http://www.kvraudio.com/

    There are tons of very good free instruments and effects out there these days.

    in reply to: ASIO: can i reconfigure as to use microphone input? #29922
    kingtubby
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    Do you mean the Line6 pod xt? I can’t find any reference to pod xp. According to it’s manual, the xt has a usb connector for digital i/o, in which case you wouldn’t have to go through the mic input. Besides, I don’t think it’s proper to use a mic input for recording through the xt – the manual says a line-level input is required.

    • This reply was modified 8 years, 4 months ago by kingtubby.
    in reply to: ASIO: can i reconfigure as to use microphone input? #29920
    kingtubby
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    Have you tried asio4all? http://www.asio4all.com/ It should work with your on-board sound.
    What kind of instrument are you trying to plug in?

    in reply to: 2 Minor Ideas. #29834
    kingtubby
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    If you want to assign an input to multiple tracks, you can copy the input by Ctrl+click-dragging it to another track from the input selector.

    I have to admit I didn’t know about that one – thanks for the tip 🙂

    in reply to: select all sequences in one track #29714
    kingtubby
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    With the track header selected just hit ctrl+a to select all clips, then choose ‘merge’ from the context menu. You don’t have to drag the edges of the clips.

    in reply to: Don't know how to start curve editor #29650
    kingtubby
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    A right click on the track header will give you an ‘automate parameter’ option. There are mixer related parameters available on all tracks – level, pan and send. Then, if it’s a midi track more options such as pitchbend and also vst parameters if you have a plugin on the track. Selecting any of these will create an automation track. Hope that helps.

    in reply to: Website update + One year free upgrade period #29474
    kingtubby
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    I had that problem here too, but it appears to be resolved now 🙂

    in reply to: Restricted to Podium license owners
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    in reply to: can't find native fx #29434
    kingtubby
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    Not sure about the first part but to do a plugin rescan, on the project set up page click on the drop-down list at the upper-right (devices-i/o, busses, plugins) and select ‘rebuild and load plugin database’

    in reply to: Restricted to Podium license owners
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    in reply to: quick way to copy loops #29404
    kingtubby
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    Make sure the item you want to copy is selected, then hit the ‘insert’ key

    kingtubby
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    Hi,

    You should have an instrument loaded (presumably 4front piano in this case) in the ‘source’ selector, just above the ‘midi in’ selector, in the track header.

    Edit: also, you’d generally only use midi-out to send notes to an external instrument i.e hardware.

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