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where is the MASTER TUNING??

Where is the Mater Tuning??
(432 = A)

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Hi William, 

To change the tuning of a preset in Equator, simply go to the Global tab, and below Preset Master adjust the Fine tuning knob. This knob displays the difference in cents from A=440Hz. If you'd like to adjust the preset to a tuning different from A=440Hz, first look up the difference in cents and then adjust the Equator preset accordingly.

For example, to change a preset to A=432Hz, we can look up the difference in cents from A=440Hz. This is between -31 and -32 cents, so we can simply adjust the the preset's Fine tuning to -31 or -32.

The tuning is saved with each preset individually, so if you'd like to use several presets at a different tuning you'll want to adjust the tuning of each preset and save each preset with this tuning.

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Thank you very much!!!!

.. and where is it is Studio Player ?


Hi Luiz,

There is not currently a master tuning option within RSP but we can look at adding this in future updates if people would like it.



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thanx! That would be great because it is hard to find out which preset belongs to which instrument,

to then individually re-tune each patch and individually save it.



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hello wonderful ROLI,

this has been for years a request..

and although it says here it is - it is definitely far from - implementedany change in template resets tuning, and the individual setting option of 31 or 32 negative cents is an imprecise and lengthy workaround.

it has been many years since we first asked for this, and many have asked here too for Equator, Noise, now Studio Player and you are still saying that if people want it you can look into it.. of course we want it! which musician doesnt want to be able to tune their instrument...

is there a batch retune script you can please make available to retune A to 432Hz while that global tuning doesnt come out? retuning each preset is very easy if automated and near impossible manually.

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please create the 432hz global tuning in all your instruments ... it is not speaking about excellence that you do not have this already down ... like UVI or Omnisphere etc etc ... totall easy procedure ... also Native Instruments ... cant you see that this is important to quite some people ... even if they do not express that anywhere to you ... thank you for going into this ... it is really time for Mario 

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