I had to phisically move a Kontakt Library which I had already installed from one disk to an external drive. In previous versions (using Native Instrument Service Center) it was quite easy, you simply had to relocate the library using the "browse" command in the "Libraries" tab or delete it and then add it again using "Add library".
In recent versions (using Native Access) this is not as easy. Clicking on "Add library" in Kontakt always open Native Access from where you can register a library using its serial number and then install a new library
In my case we are talking about Wave Alchemy Revolution. I had it installed on my Mac on my Home Drive and then copied all the files on an external HD where I usually keep all my librares.
The problem is, once you have installed a library in a folder, it cannot be freely moved form one location to another. In my example I was stuck with the old path. You can see the path in Native Access just clicking on the library itself and looking into the "Installation Path" tab.
Your OSCar is working perfectly, everything is responding smoothly, except that it wouldn't keep the presets in memory after switching it off.
This is the usual symptom of an exhausted internal battery. Almost every old synth (as long as it has presets) will probably need a battery to store them into memory. After many years of operation, batteries lose their capacity and therefore internal memory gets lost.Write comment (0 Comments)
Setting the MIDI Channel on the MeeBlip (the first edition that came up) is not well documented but still quite easy.
On the upper right side of the PCB, just right of the MID Led, there's a DIP switch with 4 position.
If you also have the original enclosure, it is accessible directly from the front panel.
This 4-position DIP Switch allows to set the MIDI Channel the MeeBlip responds to. It represents the MIDI Channel number in binary format.
Bottom position means 0 (off) and upper position means 1 (on).
Each position represents a power of the number 2 (right to left:2^0=1, 2^1=2, 2^2=4, 2^3=8)
Then looking from left to right: 1st switch corresponds to value 8, 2nd switch corresponds to 4, 3rd switch to 2 and 4th switch to 1.
So, if you want to set the MeeBlip on Channel 1, just move up switch number 4
Channel 3? move up the flast two switches (1+2=3)
Channel 10: 1st and 3rd switches (8+2=10).
And so on...
Seting ALL switches to 0 corresponds to MIDI ALL (the unit will receive on every channel, ad this is probably your factory setting)
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