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  • Four «MIDI to Poly Advanced» modules in one schematic (2014-12-02, 21:32): Hi Alien, sorry for the delay, I sent this message ages ago but it didn’t show up — if you are sure that no separate poly streams are touching, you could try copy/cut and pasting the entire schematic to a new project or possibly within the same one. See if that ‘resets’ it. Failing that…
  • Four «MIDI to Poly Advanced» modules in one schematic (2014-11-14, 05:56): Hi Alien prime, thanks! It could be an issue with how your schematic is set out. The Midi to poly advanced is using "Out" wireless links which will be sent to modules below it. So it is possible that these wireless links are conflicting with each other, because you have the Midi to polys in…
  • (2014-11-14, 18:06): Here is a mockup of how your layout should be if you have 4 synths in one with 4 midi to polys Is that how you have it? each synth should be completely separate right up until the mono section. If the layout is OK then I would probably need to take a look at…
  • Four «MIDI to Poly Advanced» modules in one schematic (2014-11-14, 18:31): When you mix the synths together for final output this is done in the blue mono section? If things are separated correctly then they shouldn’t interfere. I might need to look at the schematic to help you further, thanks.
  • Four «MIDI to Poly Advanced» modules in one schematic (2014-11-16, 18:21): Hi Alien, I had a quick look at the schematic and you are combining poly streams. After each synth you have a Multi env which is connected to all the synths outputs in poly. This messes poly up. It might not seem like you have them connected because it is just the output of the…
  • (2014-11-19, 06:28): Hi Alien, if you are sure that no separate poly streams are touching, you could try copy/cut and pasting the entire schematic to a new project or possibly within the same one. See if that 'resets' it. Failing that I would contact support because if the problem is now 'stuck' in the schematic then I'm…
  • Very useful! (2014-11-11, 21:49): Yep a great module, I had a ”why didn’t I think of that moment” it’s an obvious solution when you think about it. I have always manually copied and pasted modules to stack them up and test, this just makes testing CPU a breeze, thanks KG
  • other opcode (2014-11-19, 06:36): Cool if that is the case then addpd, subpd, and mulpd should work too.
  • other opcode (2014-11-19, 17:19): Great stuff, I’m not at my PC until tomorrow so cannot test. I’m surprised mulpd doesn’t work because there is a double multiply primitive.
  • other opcode (2014-11-20, 06:20): That was me on last comment, forgot to login. I had also assumed double precision was being executed in FPU. I’m glad we are having this discussion now because it gives me more to present Malc with, I’ll ask for proper highlighting of all hidden opcodes and ask for mulpd, and also I’m thinking asking…
  • other opcode (2014-11-20, 11:37): Thanks. By the way reading and writing doubles to memory could be done via a Mem, with movaps xmm0,[eax]; and movaps [eax] xmm0; of course with the mem alignment hack. For double constants they could be written in the DLL component and then read in ASM.

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