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LMike wrote:
Motoko wrote:I mean, I think it was fixed in this version. At least the delay with Melodyne was fixed I think.


Nope. I assume they're still working on it and will get it sorted soon. Try it with something really latent like S.I.R. Import a loop, duplicate the track with events, insert SIR as Event FX on the second one and you'll hear the offset on playback and/or see it in a bounce.

I'm a huge fan (duh! ) but that needs fixing as soon as reasonably possible. Again, I assume(d) they knew it already and were still trying to figure it out.

I do have faith.



HI

I can confirm its still not fixed...
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I love how quickly presonus gets these updates out to us. Better than most DAWs and is definitely one of the biggest factors that sets them above DAWs like protools.
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LMike wrote:Re: SoundSet Builder

Although it's certainly not something you'd upload to the Exchange, I imagine archiving actual finished songs in SoundSet format might be rather handy... to have your entire song / session in a single file local archive.


While nice in theory, I wouldn't use a format which is not open (ie. with proper documentation and stuff, so anyone can implement support for it) for archival. I've been in this situation several times during last 30 years - I have a file which contains an info, but there is no way to read it. Company which made a specific software is long gone, no one remembers whether there are some installers somewhere and even if there are, there is no OS or even hardware in which software has to run etc etc.
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While nice in theory, I wouldn't use a format which is not open (ie. with proper documentation and stuff, so anyone can implement support for it) for archival. I've been in this situation several times during last 30 years - I have a file which contains an info, but there is no way to read it. Company which made a specific software is long gone, no one remembers whether there are some installers somewhere and even if there are, there is no OS or even hardware in which software has to run etc etc.


All .soundset files created via Soundset Builder are actually standard ZIP files. Just change the file extension to .zip and you can extract them with Explorer/Finder.
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reede wrote:
LMike wrote:Re: SoundSet Builder

Although it's certainly not something you'd upload to the Exchange, I imagine archiving actual finished songs in SoundSet format might be rather handy... to have your entire song / session in a single file local archive.


While nice in theory, I wouldn't use a format which is not open (ie. with proper documentation and stuff, so anyone can implement support for it) for archival. I've been in this situation several times during last 30 years - I have a file which contains an info, but there is no way to read it. Company which made a specific software is long gone, no one remembers whether there are some installers somewhere and even if there are, there is no OS or even hardware in which software has to run etc etc.
I think his recommendation was more about collaboration than about archival.

But then again, since we know it's technically just a zip file, it doesn't matter much anyways! Just clarifying what I THINK he meant.

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All though technically possible, I am a little lost why someone would want to upload a song to the Exchange.

Isn’t that what SoundCloud is for?
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jpettit wrote:All though technically possible, I am a little lost why someone would want to upload a song to the Exchange.

Isn’t that what SoundCloud is for?


Their talking Song files (Studio One Songs and associated media files).

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Thanks, that make more sense.

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Hmmm.... it's interesting that the "Add" function on the web page doesn't put any file filters into the Win dialog. You'd think it would have filters for only the file types (extenders) acceptable to upload.

Anyway... the only way I see to upload an actual full song (if someone wanted to do that, not sure why), and have any associated media files go with it, would be in a packed soundset. Unless I'm missing something and you can also do it with a plain *.zip or *.rar file or similar.
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This what I get when browsing the soundsets...specifically moving to page 2:

HTTP Status 404 - /bae/;jsessionid=12C3C9EFD37A5519225F5D921950B34F

type Status report

message /bae/;jsessionid=12C3C9EFD37A5519225F5D921950B34F

description The requested resource (/bae/;jsessionid=12C3C9EFD37A5519225F5D921950B34F) is not available.
Apache Tomcat/7.0.23

Any ideas what's happening?

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Vocalpoint wrote:This what I get when browsing the soundsets...specifically moving to page 2:

HTTP Status 404 - /bae/;jsessionid=12C3C9EFD37A5519225F5D921950B34F

type Status report

message /bae/;jsessionid=12C3C9EFD37A5519225F5D921950B34F

description The requested resource (/bae/;jsessionid=12C3C9EFD37A5519225F5D921950B34F) is not available.
Apache Tomcat/7.0.23

Any ideas what's happening?

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I checked it out on IE9 and no error.

I then checked it out on Chrome and it got the same error the first time I went to a second page but then stop creating errors.

I then check it out on Safari and it go the error is I had not already selected a sub category like Soundsets first. It then ran fine on all selected. Most likely a small web page error.

BTW: It is easier IMHO to browse them in the browser within Studio One. ( see the server tab)

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mjuwan wrote:All .soundset files created via Soundset Builder are actually standard ZIP files. Just change the file extension to .zip and you can extract them with Explorer/Finder.


OK, my bad. I haven't checked soundset files created with Soundset Builder, but looked at soundset files which came with Studio One at some point. These seem to be something proprietary and aren't zip files (or any other well known packaging format) for sure. I assumed that Soundset Builder uses the same format, but seems that I was wrong.
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reede wrote:
mjuwan wrote:All .soundset files created via Soundset Builder are actually standard ZIP files. Just change the file extension to .zip and you can extract them with Explorer/Finder.


OK, my bad. I haven't checked soundset files created with Soundset Builder, but looked at soundset files which came with Studio One at some point. These seem to be something proprietary and aren't zip files (or any other well known packaging format) for sure. I assumed that Soundset Builder uses the same format, but seems that I was wrong.


These are protected, the soundsets from the builder have the same format. But they aren't protected from extraction.
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mjuwan wrote:
All .soundset files created via Soundset Builder are actually standard ZIP files. Just change the file extension to .zip and you can extract them with Explorer/Finder.


This is incorrect. You can not open these by simply changing it Zip.

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