Feeding the Trolls
I see. I have a new nemesis. His name is Darren. I’ll systematically delete my posts one by one to prevent the thread reaching the mythical 8000.
I can’t actually be arsed...too much work.I see. I have a new nemesis. His name is Darren. I’ll systematically delete my posts one by one to prevent the thread reaching the mythical 8000.
He will pay.
You’ll all pay.
Haha! If I was a double agent, I’d have the damn library already!I can’t actually be arsed...too much work.
Just keeping the threat there as a means to extract valuable information as to the whereabouts of the secret BBCSO Piano and Bass Flute. I know you’re a double agent for Spitfire HQ, so I suggest you pull a few piano strings my friend or the thread total gets it...
*draws finger across throat*
Not yet, no panic to pre-order but it reminds me of the days of going into record shops knowing I was going to come out with a load more stuff I wanted whether I needed it or not, and still having not fully listened to the last ten LP’s I bought.Have you treated yourself to a new toy?
Well it's certainly been a Marathon Topic!Apologies for interrupting the, uhh, riveting conversation about chocolate..
Sorry to be vague but am sure I've seen someone else mention this or a similar problem, either on this or another thread. Does it only happen with BBC SO or can you try any other Spitfire stand-alone products?Has anyone had any issues with certain controllers being fully activated when pressing the play, record and stop buttons on their Komplete Kontrol 2 in Cubase 10.5?
- Play triggers release
- Record triggers tightness
- Stop triggers reverb
This makes it hard to record on the KK when these controls are constantly being turned up all the way.