AnimaPhi Editor Import Patches / Bank doesn't work
Hi I've just received my Anima Phi few days ago.
First of all, I just try the synth more than an hour, discover the menu, try some sound parameters and WOW it's not just a new gadget, it's an amazing sound's sculpting tools, nice work !!! Félicitations à toute l'équipe ;)
So I tried to use Anima Phi Editor software Windows version to import new patches provided for early adopter but obviously it doesn't work. I try to import bank and nothing happen too. When I click on "import patch" or "import bank" nothing happen, this feature is not yet available ?
Other remark, when I want to use my master keyboard, selecting my keyboard MIDI input, to play sound in Anima Phi Editor, the software is waiting indefinitely. I have to select AnimaPhi on Input and Output to launch the software correctly so I can't play the sound I want to create, disturbing o_O!
Other remark bis, when I launch my DAW (Ableton Live) the Anima Phi port are not available when I start Anima Phi Editor so I can't use Anima Phi Editor at the same time with my DAW, it makes the creation workflow difficult, to see impossible.
For information, I use Windows 10 Pro (Build 19043.1052), I'm a french guy and write in english is not very smooth to me :D
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Merci pour tes encouragements :) !
That nothing happens when clicking "Import patch" or "Import bank" on Windows is a problem, it's supposed to work. While we're fixing that, you can still drag and drop patches and banks from the Windows Explorer to the Editor window and it should still work.
The MIDI input and output you need to select in the Editor are those that correspond to the Anyma Phi. If you want to use your keyboard while still plugged into your computer, you would need to use a program such as MidiOx (or MidiPipe on macOS) that can forward a MIDI input to another MIDI output. Or you can simply plug your MIDI keyboard directly to your Anyma Phi. The Editor is a kind of remote control for the Anyma Phi, nothing more.
This looks like a Windows limitation, and if so, there's nothing we can do and it's indeed infortunate. Again, something like MidiOx could help because you could duplicate the MIDI data onto two different ports.