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Re: Plogue Bidule anyone?

lördag 10 september 2016 skrev Luca - Unguitar <luca@unguitar.com>:
thank you Per, Andy, Dave and Fabio,

He, he... Either th, or you installed Bidule 42 bit "by mistake".

One question: it looks like Mobius is working on Bidule 64 bit or does it mean I have installed the 32 bit by mistake?

On 09/09/16 19:18, Fabio_A wrote:
What Per suggests is less CPU demanding, cos it allows one istance at time to work.
If you need to  change preset of the same plugin, you can do that: midi learn fuction will make it easy.
FYI: you can also drag into the bidule layout a MIDI module (Connect it to the plugin) to see what happens.


Il venerdì 9 settembre 2016, Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com> ha scritto:
To handle plugin presets in Bidule is best done in a similar way as Mainstge and Ableton Live (the Rack trick).

Bidule has an object called Audio Switcher. Each if its "tags" (patch/channel/preset) correspondss to a unique MIDI Program Change number (on the input side). So if you send PC#3 into the Audio Switcher, the plugin instance associated with tag #3 will get routed to the Audio Switcher's output. In order to associate a specific plugin with a certain tag you need to open the global midi bindings window (top of work space) and click those objects. The idea is to create many plugin instances, each one loaded with a unique plugin preset. This makes preset switching smooth with no audio glitches. One can also use a Switcher tag to activate a  a complex system of many routed plugns.

There is also a useful Group, that a helpful guy at the Bidule forum once built for me, that listens to the tail of the previous preset, during the switching, and keeps that line open until the old preset's tail has faded out (let me know later if you want me to send over that Group, right now I'm out street busking with the iPhone).

fredag 9 september 2016 skrev <luca@unguitar.com>:

I just don't want to be banned as an OT starter ;-)

I'm testing Bidule and I've been able to reproduce the full signal flow and midi control happening in my beloved Audiomulch patch:

In Bidule I just cannot find the way to manage single plugins' preset change.
In Audiomulch each plugin ( module in Bidule and contraption in Audiomulch) has an internal preset list that you can recall via midi ( Program Change in this case).
I have things patched so that when I send PC messages all the plugins move to a specific preset.
I am not able to find how to manage this in Bidule.

thank you for the OT permission!


Il 2016-09-09 15:28 Per Boysen ha scritto:
Why not post the Qs to the list? We are many Bidule afficionados here.

fredag 9 september 2016 skrev Luca - Unguitar <luca@unguitar.com>:

Does anyone on the list have a certain familiarity with Bidule and
be so kind to reply to some questions?

I'm testing it as well and I need to have some points cleared before
going on.

thank you


Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
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Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen


Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen