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LFOtool & midi keyboard

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asked Aug 1, 2017 in Studio One 3 by martijnsterk (150 points)

I'm currently using studio one 3 next to cubase 9 to make perhaps a move to studio one. One thing that is really bothering me currently and I cannot find a solution is that when I have an instrument track with for example Spire on it, I drag LFO tool on Spire so it adds it to Insert and I play live on my keyboard it does not sidechain. When I draw my notes in the piano roll of that spire track it does do SC. I probably have to setup some routing but I have no idea how. With cubase I just insert and it's working out of the box.

Could you help me out?


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answered Aug 30, 2017 by brianmeisner1 (163,990 points)
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If you are working with a 3rd-party virtual instrument or FX plug-in, and you have zero latency monitoring turned on with the green "Z" in the Main Output in the Console, Studio One will disable any plug-ins that do not support zero latency.  If the plug-in is supported in zero latency monitoring mode, then the power button next to the instrument will be highlighted in green for the track that you are working with.  To turn off zero latency monitoring for virtual instruments, you can go into Studio One>Options>Audio Setup>Processing and de-select the box.  You can also de-select the green "Z" on the main output of the track.  If you continue to have the issue, please log into your account and submit a support ticket.  PreSonus would be happy to assist.