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#468323 - 04/07/19 09:07 AM Re: * * * AUDYA TIPS & TRICKS & FAQ* * * [Re: Henni]
Henni Offline
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Registered: 12/01/08
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Loc: South Africa
Originally Posted By freakman
Hello friends,

does anyone use mobilesheets for Audya?
What are the Midi settings in Audya?
With me data is sent and received, unfortunately nothing is switched.
With my USB HOST nothing goes out or in.
Have it turned on in the Midi Setup.
With a Midi interface it works, only nothing is switched.
Does anyone have the settings you need to automate it?

Many Thanks


Originally Posted By freakman
I did it via the external midi interface.
Works via channel 16 registration.
The midi reception has to be taught in,
then the automatic display of the sheet music or picture,
PDF etc. works.
It should work the other way too,
now I have to find that attitude.


Originally Posted By freakman
Hello,
Apparently nobody uses it, it's a great app for automatic text display. I have done it now, text is displayed automatically and the registration automatically switched. It works both ways. Either one chooses a registration, then the text or notes are displayed or one chooses a text and it is called in the keyboard the registration with all attitudes which one needs.


Originally Posted By freakman
Hello,


I have created it on the fast, with questions no problem.

I have revised it again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3ZSUbMlevA

If you want to do it with WIndows,
then you do not need a midi adapter,
this works perfectly with USB To Host.

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#468324 - 04/07/19 09:13 AM Re: * * * AUDYA TIPS & TRICKS & FAQ* * * [Re: Henni]
Henni Offline
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Registered: 12/01/08
Posts: 3297
Loc: South Africa
Originally Posted By Ketron_AJ
Live Drums:- Initially played by a drummer, then cut/time sliced and reproduced by Midi notes/controlled by a machine/keyboard.

PROS:- More control especially with style tempo. More 'editable' than Audio Drums as individual 'parts' can be replaced or deleted from track.

CONS:- Loss of some 'authenticity' associated with the drum kit

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Audio Drums- Initially played by a drummer as a wave file. Machine/keyboard simply streams this audio file as was recorded from a source (SSD or HD) and plays.

PROS:- The most authentic 'drummer' you'll ever have. Entire drum set and ambient surrounding the drum kits is reproduced. KETRON provided the capability to vary the tempo of the audio drums with no change to pitch giving you some flexibility as to how you can use/synchronize them with styles and Midifiles.

CONS:- Either you like it as delivered or you hate it as there is minimum you can edit with the audio file. In the AUDYA series, you are giving a DRUM EQ which you can use to say select a particular frequency and increase/decrease it's db thus you can to some extend edit say the frequency that predominantly affects the snare drum, or kick drum ... etc and thus lower or increase the 'volume' of the 'snare' or 'kick', but you cannot replace individual drum instruments or change the audio track.

To compensate for this, KETRON allows you to record and use your own Audio drums with either factory styles, your user styles or midifiles!

Live Drums (Grooves) are used in:-
* SD1/SD1 Plus
* SD5/SD3
* SD7/SD40
* SD9 Pro (Drum 2 Track)
* AUDYA series (Drum 2 Track)

Audio Drums (Wave files) are used in-
* AUDYA series (Drum 1 & 2 Tracks)
* SD9 Pro (Drum 1 Track)

Hope this helps.

Thanks,


Originally Posted By Ketron_AJ
Originally Posted By stkeys
Thanks AJ, I find it strange then that while testing out how to Sync Cubase to the SD9 my results were as follows.

Styles that contain "Live Drums" didn't stay in Sync.
Styles with "Audio Drums" did stay in sync. ( at least some of the styles )

If the Live Drums are Midi notes/controlled by a machine/keyboard I would have thought they would stay in Sync more so than the Audio Drums.

Getting Cubase to Stay in sync with the SD40 and Audya 5 or 4 was hit and miss.... some styles worked slightly better than others.

I'm still not 100% happy with the results on any of the ketron/audya keyboards/modules when it comes to staying in sync with Cubase.


This is part of the reason we recommend to folks not to use KETRON product with audio styles as a slave when connected to any other midi device, unless using Midi styles. The problem is in the processor being able to handle both timing of audio elements (regardless of midi trigger or streaming) and perfect interpretation of the midi in clock.
A quick fix is to select a midi style similar to the audio and use that (minus the drums) to lay down the track you want to create in Cubase - then come back and lay down the audio drums.... less tasking of the processor :-(

Hope this helps.

Thanks,

AJ
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#486050 - 01/07/20 09:22 AM Re: * * * AUDYA TIPS & TRICKS & FAQ* * * [Re: Henni]
Henni Offline
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Registered: 12/01/08
Posts: 3297
Loc: South Africa
Originally Posted By Ketron_AJ
Originally Posted By kharri
Is there anyway to record a chord progression (say 12 bar blues), then loop it?

I've tried with the MIDI and Macro record and don't see a way to make it loop.

Thanks


Yes.

1. Record as a wave file and take note of the measures (e.g 12 bars) and the bpm/tempo... eg 120
2. Save this wave file/loop as an Audio Drum e.g 12BarBlues@120.wav where 120 denots the BPM that the loop was recorded in.
3 Save this file in the USER AUDIO DRUMS folder of your hard drive.
4. Reboot Audya
5. Now go and pick a USER style and press EDIT to enter the USER STYLE EDITOR. You want to create a new style from scratch!
6. When you select NEW STYLE, set the parameters (measures = 12), tempo = 120 (can be anything as you can later change this value, but it is nice to start with the value at which you recorded the loop at).
7. Save the style
8. Go to STYLE VIEW
9. Press the DRUM Track F1 repeatedly until USER AUDIO DRUMS is displayed
10. Turn the data wheel and select your wave file
11. SAVE the style once more with this setting.

Now, each time you recall this style, it will recall the loop. Simply press the START button. You can create various loops and use with Arranger B, C, D, Intro ... etc (max of 18 audio loops per style)!!

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