When i load more than one instance of East West Colossus i seem to get clipping, as far as im aware my computer can handle it, im not using all my cpu or ram and nothing is indicating an overload. The clipping also comes out when i export the track so its in my final recording. When im running only one colossus everything is fine. Im using FLStudio 8, I have a pentium core 2 quad 2.4ghz and 4gb of ram running on 32 bit vista ultimate, nvidia geforce 8500gt and onboard high definition sound card. Any help would be much appreciated.
Re: Need help with flstudio and east west colossus
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Go to CHANNELS Tab and select Add One > More... then a list will appear, right at the bottom you will find refresh list button. Press the refresh button and then fast scan (recommended). Your installed Colossus will appear there just select and close.
you can now add your colossus to your fl from channels > Add one....
Firstly, though the answer is expressed as an angle "south" of west, the canoe will be traveling southeast, so the degree should be read south of east, not south of west. The ultimate velocity of the canoe will me 1.065 m/s. The direction is 22 degrees south of east, or 158 degrees from West, but not 158 degrees south of west, since beyond 90 degrees south of west you have south. I used trig and I passed calculus so I'm pretty sure i'm right.
hi there.im not familiar wih the model,but your fault lies in the east west correction circuit.excessive width usually means a short circuit e/w modulator diode,with the curved sides.normally,a narrow picture with curved sides points do dry jointed/open circuit polyester capacitor.if a firm slap has an effect,then its most likely a dry joint which makes for an easy life.the vast majority of east west correction circuits are based in tle line output stage,and generally not complex to fix.hope this helps,regads,steve.ps. look for s/c by 299 and by 228 diodes,check those..