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by mowgli
Wed Mar 28, 2012 15:42
Forum: General Chat
Topic: considering resolume for av, honest feedback please!
Replies: 3
Views: 1964

Re: considering resolume for av, honest feedback please!

Hi thanks for your reply.
Yes, after struggling with md8 for AV I've decided to take the plunge and go for resolume as it is a lot better tailored for av.
by mowgli
Thu Mar 22, 2012 00:15
Forum: Problems? Bugs? Solutions!
Topic: midi controlled playhead not working
Replies: 6
Views: 3589

midi controlled playhead not working

I'm having an issue trying to assign a knob to scratch by pairing it to the play head of a layer. Basically the play head jumps to the beginning or the end as soon as the knob is touched. I've tried with relative and absolute modes to no avail. Curiously though if I pause the layer and move the play...
by mowgli
Wed Mar 21, 2012 19:44
Forum: General Chat
Topic: considering resolume for av, honest feedback please!
Replies: 3
Views: 1964

considering resolume for av, honest feedback please!

I'm looking into Resolume Avenue as a tool for AV performance and I have a few questions. I've been messing all day with the demo and I'm already finding some glitches. First and foremost, how stable and reliable is the MIDI implementation? I have spend some time mapping a Behringer BCR to test thin...
by mowgli
Thu Aug 06, 2009 10:26
Forum: Problems? Bugs? Solutions!
Topic: how to setup resolume with edirol v8?
Replies: 5
Views: 3383

Re: how to setup resolume with edirol v8?

Ok. • the V8 is a MIDI mixer. • you can control resolume from the V8 • resolume will only output 1 feed unless you have multiple graphics cards. • if you map the t bar to the crossfader in resolume and you display 1 channel of resolume into 2 inputs of the V8 you will effectively be using the V8 to ...
by mowgli
Wed Aug 05, 2009 17:30
Forum: Problems? Bugs? Solutions!
Topic: how to setup resolume with edirol v8?
Replies: 5
Views: 3383

Re: how to setup resolume with edirol v8?

The V8 is a MIDI mixer but if you're using the T bar to xfade in resolume you'll be xfading the V8 too.