NEW dNA FX Racks - I cant find a reason to buy? Why?

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Re: NEW dNA FX Racks - I cant find a reason to buy? Why?

Post by dawman » Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:52 am

Finished.
Added your awesome Pitch Shift to a channel insert, use external sine LFO to to raise and lower master mix knob.
Stepping on a foot switch makes it activate.
It's like a transparent Tape Flange effect.
Perfect when slowing down the Leslie effect.
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Re: NEW dNA FX Racks - I cant find a reason to buy? Why?

Post by Music Manic » Tue Feb 14, 2017 4:59 pm

Just bought the racks after playing around with them for an hour. Helps support the platform too. I have to say the clarity of the sense of space it gives is much clearer that what happens the the native PC setup. Ever since Vdat I feel scope gives something when it comes to the overall sound. I've only played around with the reverb but the choruses look good too.

I tried to use it in 96khz but it wouldn't allow me to load the reverb. PCI couldn't handle it. Could someone try it on x-ite and comment on it. Even with Celmo's plugins Scope does something magical.

Thanks DNA keep up the good work.

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Re: NEW dNA FX Racks - I cant find a reason to buy? Why?

Post by RA » Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:42 pm

You can control the dsp loading of the reverb seperatly.

Dont know you hw config but to test you can try;
-load an empty rack in a minimal project of 48k
-dont enable the dsp all or full
-right click on the module to open the reverb remote
-make sure the dsp fader is set to dynamic
-disable extra functions not needed, especially transform is heavy on dsp
-then switch to 96k
-load the reverb in a slot of the effectrack

There is a section in the manual on 96k
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