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tacoMusic says

10 + 3.3 + 4 + 6 + 5.7 + 2 + 3 = Old Man Taco

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tacoMusic says

Well done mate, glad to see you’ve done so well. May your success continue!

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tacoMusic says

Fantazbo! Well done mate. I’m on holiday soon, let’s see if I can jump in the same boat as you! Good skills, that’s a quick rise!

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tacoMusic says

Tuuuummbbllleeeeweeeeeeeeed…

What’s interesting though is that my sales are picking up on other sites now. Homepage changes causing a dip here maybe?

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tacoMusic says

If its a polyphony problem then you can increase the polyphony for each instrument (i experience this for. ex. in Minimal library when 48 poly. is sometimes not enought). Polyphony depends also on your PC/ Mac power :)

Or maybe check the track with those drop notes if some of the notes are not overlaping with each other … it could happned if you copy some parts and the previous note ands on position when the same note starts to play :)

Just a though …. :)

Thanks Cha! I’ll try out the polyphony trick first as I’m pretty sure it’s that (using a quad core Mac Mini on this project so there should be enough juice to get me through a fair number of projects). That said, I do need to learn how to optimise my Logic sessions as I frequently get the single spike of death rather than things being spread across all cores (it’s a common problem apparently).

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tacoMusic says

Hi,

I’m working on an ad at the moment and using VEPro with a full multi-timbral instance of Kontaktin Logic X i.e. all 16 MIDI channels have patches loaded, but I’m getting dropped notes.

It happens at particularly ‘busy’ moments where there are lots of notes playing at the same time. Pretty sure I’ve had this problem before and I’m assuming it’s a polyphony problem as sometimes all notes play, but sometimes they don’t and, like I said, it’s only when many notes are playing at once time.

Is there anything I can play around with in Kontakt to sort the issue, or do I need to render out the parts so that they play in full?

Thanks for any pointers,

Taco

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tacoMusic says

July was my worst month in 2014 but it’s still nice to earn some cash while you are on vacation :) Hoping for a better August for everyone!

Same here, not a great month, but I guess they can’t give everyone amazing sales all the time. I’m just hoping to break out of my apparent sales threshold by the end of the year…

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tacoMusic says

There you go, now there’s a statue of our querido veterano in the front page for ages to come :)

I’m a celebrity!!! Thanks MSVoy, there’s some decent subliminal promotion going on there and it makes me feel all warm inside, just like the grey viscous soup the nurses feed me on Mondays.

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tacoMusic says

give tacomusic some loving

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tacoMusic says

I like the way this kind of threads always end. A reviewer says his word and everybody congratulate him, system is working!

Or you could say that he provided a bunch of useful tips in an article that a lot of people, myself included, will benefit from for a while. Gareth also gave a good explanation for why the track was rejected, so I think Gae47 has got a quite a few things he can take away from the comments. What’s ‘systematic’ about providing useful info?

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