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 Post subject: Re: STM 4896 in XTC-Mode WORKS!
PostPosted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 6:21 am 
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WAUXAR wrote:
Hello...
Since yesterday I'm trying to get the stm mixers to work in XTC-mode. I connected it just the way like Voidar's example.
It seems to work, but one thing I don't understand; when adding synths in my DAW (Ableton 8 ), I hear them all playing, but the sound of all synths only goes thru mixer input 1 and 2 (stereo).
What is it I do wrong ?


Hehe, I already found out...
In ableton all my tracks were routed to the master out...
Of course I have to route to the external outs...


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 Post subject: Re: STM 4896 in XTC-Mode WORKS!
PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2010 6:28 am 
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stm mixer in xtc mode?

since you route the asio ins and outs.... the same can be done in scope mode.

is there a big advantage i should know.... actualy i thought that xtc is practical because you use only one mixer.. the one in the sequenser. now??? you have the xtc troubles and also you hav 2 mixers again. :roll: :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: STM 4896 in XTC-Mode WORKS!
PostPosted: Sun Dec 26, 2010 1:48 pm 
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Only one example:

Imagine you can give your two singers, though in XTC Mode, a different reverb amount or eq settings with no latency, and change record revels.

You coudn't do that in the normal XTC-Mode

Cheers Dorte


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 Post subject: Re: STM 4896 in XTC-Mode WORKS!
PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 11:38 am 
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STM 2448 Works in xtc with cubase!
STM 2448 Works also in scope 4.5 but som smal error when i start synth in direct mode. error example: Cannot make connection: pads miniscope,out and add 64left in02 are incompatible and no appropriate converter is available. The plugin I louded in cubase is also as output in the STM 2448mixer, but it got some latency, maby 6 milisec. Is it any genius here on Planetz, that could make a xtc project that works perfect? Another thing that is cool with the mixer in xtc is that the old scope synths with no direct mode,also work with around 6 milisec.
Peace from happy scope lover :)


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 Post subject: Re: STM 4896 in XTC-Mode WORKS!
PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:32 pm 
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This may be my answer to getting the Scope plug-ins working in Maschine stand-alone mode. The only issue I have is that when I load a Synth device into the Scope mixer, I don't get my MIDI routed to the device. I see the MIDI light blinking in the mixer, but not in the device. Is it possible to route my MIDI to the insert device in the STM-2448 mixer in XTC mode?

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chisel316


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 Post subject: Re: STM 4896 in XTC-Mode WORKS!
PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:50 am 
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Thanks - I've tried a this out with the Dynamic Mixer and it worked! - Not exactly as I thought it would though-

There were one or two synths on channels of the dynamixer in XTC project - but they didn't play down the mixer channels that I put them down but did play back on ASIO source....... Sort of know where I stand now with this XTC mode in terms of trouble shooting--------so just gotta figure out ways to get the best out of it........


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