Hi Paul, thanks for your reply. The input is definitely not too low, at least nothing was changed and the levels are as high as they were when it was originally recorded. I'm not sure what you mean by recording the knobs, but here's the exact repro steps for me.
1) record a brief track using patch 38, single string, simple 30s piece 2) sounds fine, works fine on playback as well 3) tap duplicate in Cubasis to dupe the track 4) solo both tracks, sound is still fine 5) delete the duplicated wav, leaving an empty track but with the same settings as the original because it was duplicated from it 6) now solo the original track. Note nothing was changed other than the original being duplicated and the dupe wav being deleted
Expect the original to still sound fine Instead it is thin and lost all the depth, doesn't sound at all like it did
If I then undo the deletion of the duplicated wav, and solo each, BOTH the original and the duplicated track sound fine again.
I've done this dozens of times in Cubasis with many apps, and never had the original impacted so I'm not sure what's going on.
it is hard HP that omes from above, if the input is too low for some reason, then the sound will become thin, becuase the cutoff then doesnt move low enough. So please check if you have a volume or gain in front of SG, or whether that input volume has changed by your actions. Further also double check whether you recorded the SG knobs.
Really enjoying the sounds from SG! I have a weird issue in Cubasis 3.4.3 on a the latest iPad Pro. Recorded a track using patch "38 Dense HP Bass". Everything is fine, until I duplicate the track and then erase the duplicated recording on the duped track. Then for some reason the original track loses all the low end and sounds really thin with only the high frequencies sounding. No matter what I do, it never comes back unless I revert back to before the duped recording was deleted. It seems like an odd issue, so thought I'd mention it.
nice the gig went well! I dont exactly know which sounds are obtainable and which aren't.. FM synthesis however is typically not something that is likely to be mimickable with SG. But please send me a link to an example sound, then I can tell more.
I am trying to get as close as possible to the sound of an FM piano ( Yamaha DX7 style), but with no success. Does anyone has an idea of how to get there ( what settings should I use ? ) . Actually I am not even sure that it can be done, but since the SpaceGuitar is so versatile and amazing .......why not try . Any help will be appreciated ........
(On another subject , saturday night I used Space Guitar on a live gig using one of the organ sounds to play Santana´s "Oye Como Va", went very well, greatly appreciated.)