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Since TUIO sends OSC messages, you could control VCS faders by mapping those OSC events (see https://kyma.symbolicsound.com/using-external-controllers-with-kyma/using-osc-with-kyma/)
Am pretty sure that Delora software is working on a Kyma Connect upgrade (more details here https://kyma.symbolicsound.com/qa/4880/is-kymaconnect-compatible-with-macos-10-15-catalina)
Can you backdate its firmware to version 4.02? The iFi Nano works with that firmware but not with their newer firmware.
If you choose Initialize from the DSP menu, Kyma will initialize the Paca(rana) and tell you how much RAM is installed.
Please check the VCS Presets Program Changes channel setting in DSP > Configure MIDI to make sure it is set to channel 1.
Please let us know if that fixes it. Thanks!24 July 2019 at 19:33 in reply to: Batch processing error: Data unavailable or EOF reached #1636
We don’t know of any file size limit that would prevent it from working. Could you please make a copy of one of the files that does not work; then edit that copy in the Wave editor, shorten it to a 5 s file, save it in a folder all by itself. Try the batch processing on that short file. If that one does not work, please email us the short file so we can take a look at it.
Thanks!24 July 2019 at 15:17 in reply to: Batch processing error: Data unavailable or EOF reached #1634
It looks like the following file may be damaged:
If you think it is not damaged, could you please email it to us, so we can see why Kyma thinks it is damaged?
Are you creating a wavetable that is 4096 samples long? (Where is the tutorial you are following? Maybe I can try to follow those same steps to see what’s going wrong).
By the way, you are definitely not missing any instruments — if you see Antialiased Oscillator in the Prototypes, the module is definitely available in your system.
In Kyma 7, there are new Sound classes that did not exist in Kyma X, and there are improvements and additions to Sound classes in Kyma 7 that Kyma X doesn’t know about. We are able to move Sounds forward in time to the newer version through automatic translations, but there is no way to go backwards in time (because, 10 years ago, we didn’t know what was going to be in the new Kyma 7 😉 Unfortunately, your strategy of hand copying is really the only solution. Or you could try restricting yourself to using only the subset of Sounds that are in the older version.
On the Pacarana, the minimum resolution is 32-bit but most algorithms use 64-bits (or more) for internal calculations.
In Kyma, the range of signals is [-1,1] so when the Oscillator has an amplitude of 1, it is already at the maximum amplitude without clipping. We use the full amplitude range (the full word) so there is no “headroom” added behind the scenes.
If you would like to have headroom, attenuate your sources in order to leave whatever amount of headroom you would like.
We keep noticing little tweaks and improvements that we could make and we keep making them. Pretty sure you’re going to like the end result though 🙂 Soon! 🙂
During KISS2018, we thought of a few more things to add so we’re still making examples and documentation but will be finished soon!
It is likely that you need an updated Kyma 7 application. You can download the latest Kyma 7 application installer by following the link you received by email when you first got Kyma 7.
Don’t miss the deadline for proposals to KISS2018: Altered States (and Ecosystems). Lots of your friends are going to be there (along with lots of future friends you haven’t met yet), so don’t miss out just because of a deadline! March 26 is this Monday!
It’s easy to submit a proposal online: http://kiss2018.symbolicsound.com/call-for-proposals/
See you in Santa Cruz!
Have you tried using Kyma Connect (from Delora software)? With Kyma Connect you should be able to route Roli to Mac and then Mac to Kyma. Don’t connect the output of Logic to Kyma, just route the unchanged MIDI from Roli through Mac to Kyma.
Please let us know how it goes!