What's the point of "Local SW" in V-Synth XT??

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What's the point of "Local SW" in V-Synth XT??

Postby dysamoria » 08:52, 26 August 2017

I am getting phasing while trying to use my V-Synth XT as an "External Instrument". i assume this is because of a MIDI loop.

For my Alesis Fusion 8HD, which is my master keyboard, all i have to do is turn off "Local Control" and things work fine.

With the V-Synth XT, turning off "Local SW" disables the V-Synth XT's audio engine. While the MIDI indicator light flashes on MIDI input, the V-Synth XT does NOTHING. The "Preview" button also does nothing with this switch in the Off position. So what is this switch FOR???
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Re: What's the point of "Local SW" in V-Synth XT??

Postby dysamoria » 21:30, 11 November 2017

My phasing issue was solved, but i still would like to know what the logic is behind having a "local off" feature on a synth that lacks keys...
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Re: What's the point of "Local SW" in V-Synth XT??

Postby PauloF » 14:25, 12 December 2017

dysamoria wrote:My phasing issue was solved, but i still would like to know what the logic is behind having a "local off" feature on a synth that lacks keys...


The logic is simple, The V-Synth XT can control other external gear by using its front panel rotary knobs
At the same time ext controller data can be passed via the XT to ext gear too

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