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Posted on: January 24, 2010 @ 10:47 PM
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In the same manner as i.e. the Virus TI.

-Kim

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Posted on: January 25, 2010 @ 01:22 AM
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Have no idea how the Virus TI functions or, what it is for that matter… As it relates to the mLAN equiiped XS within Logic, Review The Following Post

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Posted on: February 05, 2010 @ 09:00 AM
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I was thinking along the lines of what Korg offers for their M3 and M50 ( which is basically same deal as what comes with the Virus TI )

‘The M50-88 is bundled with an editor/librarian for use on any suitable Mac or PC with a USB port. Loading the software took me just moments, and after the required reboot I connected the synth to the Macbook Pro on which I’m writing this review, double-clicked on the standalone version of the editor and, without any messing around with MIDI or USB drivers voila! Once the data in the editor and the synth had synchronised to one another (which takes a minute or two) I was able to edit the M50-88 using large, clear screens that made everything quicker and easier. Now, I could simply select something such as the graphic representation of an envelope parameter, or a filter’s cutoff and resonance, and drag it to a new value. Fabulous!
As well as in standalone form, Korg also supply the editor as AU, VST and RTAS plug-ins. You can’t run multiple instances simultaneously, so I closed the standalone version and loaded the AU into my chosen environment, Plogue Bidule. It worked. I then closed the AU and loaded the VST. Again, everything performed as it should. Next, I loaded my favourite computer-based sequencer, Digital Performer 5, and created a new project. Adding a virtual instrument track, I loaded the M50 Editor, selected appropriate I/O and, as before, the editor screen appeared. When configured like this, the M50-88 becomes a 16-part multitimbral plug-in that takes advantage of all of DP’s advanced features (such as automation), but demands none of the computer’s CPU power.’

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