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Question about the demo version of Minimoog V

 
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 02, 2004 8:53 am    Post subject: Question about the demo version of Minimoog V Reply with quote

I downloaded the demo version and I love it; just a few questions. I notice that there is a short white noise burst every 10 or seconds, there is a delay on hitting a key and hearing the sound, and I can't get it to link up with my Guitar Studio 2. Are all of these part of the protection sheme for the demo version? I'm hoping the latency isn't because of my sound card. If anyone knows for sure, please post a responce.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 23, 2004 12:24 pm    Post subject: re: MiniMoogV Demo Version Reply with quote

The blasts of white noise are programmed into the demo version of MiniMoogV by Arturia; you'll have to buy the software to get rid of them. The delay could possibly be latency, either of the sound card or of your PC's CPU. If you haven't already noticed, MiniMoogV is a CPU hog - I run it on a computer equipped with an AMD Duron 1.3GHz chip, and it routinely uses about 30% of the processor. I suggest that you run MiniMoogV on as fast a machine as you have available, and with as few background processes running as possible.
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