7 comments on “Running Audio Through a Virtual Synth??

  1. Hi, have you managed to get this to work with Modular V version 3? I can run it with v.2.8, but can’t access the plug-in as an Audio FX in the v.3. Any ideas? Thanks for the earlier tips.

    • Dave, Did you make sure the track is a stereo track? I don’t have version 3 yet. But with 2, the FX version is only available for stereo tracks, not on mono. In Logic; send the output to a stereo aux bus. For example.

      • Hello Pete, thank you for your reply, but I don’t think its anything to do with having a stereo track. As far as I can see Modular V version 3 consists of just one plug-in “Modular V3” (as it appears in the Logic Pro X’s Plug-In Manager window). Modular V version 2.8 has two plug-ins “Modular V” and “Modular V effect”, appearing in the Plug-In Manager window. It would seem I need a “Modular V3 effect” plug-in, but I don’t know where to find this.

      • I downloaded the demo of v3, after you left your comment. And I see what you mean. Do you use them as an insert effect very often? I’d be curious to learn/hear how you use them that way. I added a comment and question to an Arturia thread, on this topic. Let’s see if the moderator offers a comment, and answer to this. http://forum.arturia.com/index.php?topic=87556.0

      • Hi, I came in at V3 so I haven’t used the Modular for effects at all yet, but there is a project I am working for which I am keen to see if I can actively utilise the Modular’s filters. Thanks for “taking up the baton”. Will keep an eye on the Arturia thread.

      • The plugin still allows for external input. So, it seems like you can have it as a virtual instrument insert, and patch in the external audio from the source you want to filter. I will try when I have a minute.

      • Thanks for reply Pete. I’ve revisited the instrument and still can’t see how to do it. I had no problem getting V2 to work. I’ll be interested to see what you come up with.

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