Jam Origin guitar/MIDI conversion in MOTU Digital Performer

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Re: Jam Origin guitar/MIDI conversion in MOTU Digital Performer

Post by wdsteele »

I have'nt t been using it much lately as I felt the latency was quite high , I put it down to whatever soft synth I was controlling in Logic and that seemed to change depending on the preset I selected in Alchemy or Kontakt Free.

I wonder if the result is the same using the included sounds .

My last impression was latency hsd been better on my older versions of Logic and OS , but may well have beern the type of sounds I was playing back then
, mostly slow attack pads anyhow.
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Re: Jam Origin guitar/MIDI conversion in MOTU Digital Performer

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Gone To Lunch wrote: Sun Aug 01, 2021 12:27 am
blinddrew wrote: Sat Jul 31, 2021 10:18 pm Cakewalk is free on PC and Reaper is a free trial for PC and Mac.
If it works on one of those then you know it's not a problem with the JO download or with the rest of your set-up / routing.

It worked properly in Reaper.

Hmm. Unfortunately that does rather stick the problem into the DP box, not something I know anything about I'm afraid. :(
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Re: Jam Origin guitar/MIDI conversion in MOTU Digital Performer

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wdsteele wrote: Sun Aug 01, 2021 8:56 am I have'nt t been using it much lately as I felt the latency was quite high , I put it down to whatever soft synth I was controlling in Logic and that seemed to change depending on the preset I selected in Alchemy or Kontakt Free.

I wonder if the result is the same using the included sounds .

My last impression was latency hsd been better on my older versions of Logic and OS , but may well have beern the type of sounds I was playing back then
, mostly slow attack pads anyhow.

I generally use the included sounds when tracking and then swap them out for my preferred options later.
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Re: Jam Origin guitar/MIDI conversion in MOTU Digital Performer

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Eitherway it's still a great plugin although I do tend to just "jam" out atmospheric stuff when using it.

I liked the organs on a Boss SY1 when I had one , havent found the same feel so far with the plugin .
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Re: Jam Origin guitar/MIDI conversion in MOTU Digital Performer

Post by Gone To Lunch »

Problem sorted.

It was just a question of setting the plug-in to real time use in the DP mini menu.

Shame they didn't explain that on their support page...
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Re: Jam Origin guitar/MIDI conversion in MOTU Digital Performer

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ah, but at least you've got there and now we have a solution if anyone else runs into the same problem. :thumbup:
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