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  • February 17, 2015 16:03
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  • February 16, 2015 05:41
    TFP Noob
    Change in reply by TFP Noob to What a crazy oxymoron: "Set the tempo of the slave to that of the master [ manually ] in order for TFP "sync" to work." If true, this is at once utterly sad and irresistibly hilarious!.
  • February 16, 2015 01:43
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  • December 30, 2014 21:22
    damian RELIC
    Change in reply by damian RELIC to Also please believe that i wont rest until m-twatio is litigated into oblivion for making intentionally misleading statements and is therefore guilty of a tort against its customers..
  • December 24, 2014 01:09
    damian RELIC
    Change in reply by damian RELIC to Also please believe that i wont rest until m-twatio is litigated into oblivion for making intentionally misleading statements and is therefore guilty of a tortuous act against its customers..
  • December 17, 2014 20:54
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  • November 02, 2014 04:14
    dobbs
    Change in reply by dobbs to I'm sure it's possible to dereg. the software and as the samples are all locked up in some proprietary format there's little risk for them there. <br> It's not unusual for companies to be fairly tight-lipped but especially in these early days bad rep around hardware and support won't help at all and it's not as if everyone's co-invested in software etc in the same way as NI, Ableton etc.<br><br> Dan always says he's passing things on to the team, would be nice if they passed something back, we've done plenty of legwork..... That said, I still love the step sequencing.
  • November 02, 2014 02:31
    Paul Greeve
    Change in reply by Paul Greeve to The most annoying thing is that Dan appears to be very restricted in how much he can tell us. We need someone from M-Audio to start a direct communication with all TFP owners.<br><br> Come on M-Audio, you have our emails, we had to provide them to register our TFPs and to download the software. Make an announcement to tell everyone there's a problem abd that there's a fix is on the fast track to release.<br><br> Like that will happen..
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  • October 01, 2014 22:39
    Paul Greeve
    Change in reply by Paul Greeve to I'm starting to make progress now. Having worked out how to record TFP MIDI in Logic in sync (using the work around I've described previously). I build the beats on the TFP and save each variation to one of the 16 sequence slots. Then I set the TFP in External timing mode and use the Next Sequence to record each sequence, one after the other into Logic. Works well and allows me to tweak any of these sequences later again on the TFP. I then use the backup in Arsenal to store these sequences for later. I'm actually starting to produce something finally. Feels good..
  • October 01, 2014 22:38
    Paul Greeve
    Change in reply by Paul Greeve to I'm starting to make progress now. Having worked out how to record TFP MIDI in Logic in sync (using the work around I've described previously). <br><br> I build the beats on the TFP and save each variation to one of the 16 sequence slots. Then I set the TFP in External timing mode and use the Next Sequence to record each sequence, one after the other into Logic. <br><br> Works well and allows me to tweak any of these sequences later again on the TFP. I then use the backup in Arsenal to store these sequences for later. <br><br> I'm actually starting to produce something finally. Feels good..

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