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Old 04-05-2009, 12:17 AM
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Default Re: Wave Rider - Automatic Vocal Rides!!!

So far I am liking this plug.

I do notice if I automate a track and then switch from latch to read, then automate some more, such as lowering breaths at the beginning of a line, the plug causes the fader to flutter up and down quickly during playback. If I remove the plug from the track then it sounds fine and without the fader flutter.

I'm not crazy about the track selection being offset by the faderport I have hooked up at the moment (You can't select the first 8 tracks without removing the faderport from the midi setup menu or configuring it after the Wave Rider). It looks like it is like that for any controller, unless there is something I am misunderstanding.
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