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    • @Kawai Jamesit depends on the way the plug-in publisher implemented the Auv3 standard. I just tried a few of the VST’s I have on this iPad and saw 2 different results:   B3X - Doesn’t expose presets in Camelot Pro (see what @midenstated) iSem - Exposes presets in Camelot Pro Kong Module Pro - Exposes presets in Camelot Pro   With B3X, CP displays a “control” icon that opens the VST itself, so you could vary drawbar settings while playing, as the attached screenshot attests.   Here’s a screenshot showing how iSem exposes the presets in Camelot Pro:   You may have to inquire a bit with VST publishers to see what they expose to the “Host” - this isn’t a Camelot Pro issue, so much as the VST itself not making the presets available to the Host. You’ll likely see the same behavior with AUM, Cubasis or any other app that can host Auv3’s on IOS.   I hope this helps!
    • Fascinating thread.   Cheers, Mike.
    • Would not want to be at that sampling session...   Cheers, Mike.
    • Anyone who messes with the groove. Or as my dear friend bassist Bob Birch used to say, groovus interruptus. man I miss that guy.   In rock the drummer is the pulse. In jazz it's the acoustic bass. Of course one or the other that derails the train, or a combination of both, in any style, makes for a long night...or day if you're in the studio.   I do hate pounder cretin cave man types on the drums. Their time always sucks because they have no technique or finesse.   I've played my share of gigs in rock circles but even then I always played with good to world class guitarists who were refined and tasty in their playing, so I've been fortunate there. In fact a quick check of the memory banks yields no one who was particularly obnoxious, just mostly a lot of great players..   Some vocalists have had a profound negative effect on me - both musically and diva attitude.   I will say if you have the misfortune to be set up next to a timbale player, that is the loudest instrument on the face of the earth.
    • I use my lens hood when appropriate but as my interest is primarly portratiure it's part of the palette, knowing when the lens hoo might interfere by my vision of a little bit more stray light changing the final appearance of the image. The one thing I am glad for starting on film is the discipline of having 36 shots and you really want each one to be special. I've had and have my shortcomings and I LOVE digital because now I don't have to worry about that in the slightest. I'll never want to take more exposures than the batteries and SD cards will allow, that's not how I work either.    You have your visions, I've seen them. You know what I'm talking about. 😁
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    • Yeah, Allan, I have a Fantom 7 here as well and one of these days I’m going to update its review with stuff about the organ and wavetable modes. I like that its keyboard is quiet and fast. But the aftertouch is much closer to that all-or-nothing feel I was talking about.
    • A 76-key, lighter action K2700, similar to the one found in the original PC3, could quite easily tempt me to put my Fantom 7 up for sale. Kurzweil has a much stronger balance of sample quality across a variety of instruments.  And after reading about the K2700's aftertouch, there's simply no comparison. Thought I was going to jam a finger joint the first time I attempted aftertouch on my Fantom . 
    • That would be perfect !   ☺️   A.C.
    • zeronyne, sorry I missed your question earlier. I’m in agreement with ABECK that the aftertouch is very nice. You don’t have to tire out your fingers to hear just a little, but it increases proportionally from there. That is, it doesn’t go from nothing to full-blast too quickly. That said, for gigging I would welcome a semi-weighted version that still has piano-shaped keys with a lip, but a lighter action overall for playing all night. Like the 76-key K2600.
    • Good to know they read about former issues and wishes here ! Yes,- a 76 and/or 61-key version would be VERY welcome !!! I´d really like to replace my PC361 w/ that.   ☺️   A.C.
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