Thanks for the details provided.
To start, we should clarify the design of this NVC controller. It may or may not be obvious ... but let me explain.
The NVC-Mammoth can function is several different modes. Each mode will relate to the number of NEBULA instances needed.
In what is called the MINI mode ... we have 4 sub-modules plus the filters always displayed.
The 'toggle switches' at the top of each sub-module allow switching to the various functions the Mammoth can do.
Looking closer ... lets take a simple one. The LO-MID module. It has 2 functions, CUT or BOOST. When we toggle the switch we can view the specific controls and settings available. Notice that the MIDI CHANNEL on these switching modules is set to the same CHannel. [probably MidiCH #2]. This CH2 talks with the NEBULA that is also assigned to listen on CH #2.
So what we have are 2 modules [Cut & Boost] that talk to the same NEBULA.
This one example mirrors how the 'Mammoth' hardware works ... we can Boost OR Cut.
The same concept is used in each of these sub-modules.
The HI-MID [on CH3 works the same ... Boost OR cut].
When we look at the Low and High Peak/Shelf modules, we see that we have 4 choices per module.
By keeping EACH sub-module assigned to the same MIDI CH in the 'group', each of the PRESETS that we load into that section will each talk to the same Nebula instance.
In this 'base' mode we have mirror the choices the hardware provides. In doing this we have 4 Nebulas to handle each section of eq'ing ... and then a 5th Nebula to handle the FILTERS.
Always from the main GUI, I have tried to provide visual indicators of the status of each sub that is hidden in view. Fundamental access such as bypassing the EQ gains, or switching a Nebula IN/OUT of the audio chain are available from the main GUI.
... and yes... this did put a hurting on that last brain cell to try to figure out
If we're good to this point ... we can expand beyond the normal function of the hardware via Nebula
The KEY ... are the MIDI Channel assignments.
Each Channel needs a Nebula to link to, but the strategy used to assign these channels offer additional flexibility, and more simultaneous 'band' control if desired. This is accomplished by how the Channels are assigned [within the sub-module].
example: say you want both Cut AND Boost of the 'LO-MIDS'. Without messing up the aleady assigned midi channels. you can leave one of the modules on CH #2, and assign the alternate module to, say, CH #6 or maybe 'reserve' the channels for the LO and using CH# 9.
On the LO band ... maybe you'd like to have them in PAIRS [which would need 2 Nebulas]. Maybe have the Shelf and Bell on separate channels.
I've tried to make this a condensed and flexibile at the same time. Of course, the ultimate Mammoth is each sub-module assigned to unique channels and linked to 13 Nebulas. Just remember ... you don't need to use every modules ... but you can
OK ... sorry ... I felt I needed to get that info out there for everyone.
Now to the issue at hand.
Hannes_F ... There seems to be additional Presets showing up in the HMF PK Boost and Cut banks. Also in the HI PEAK boost and cut.
The HI Shelf boost looks correct, but not the Cut.
Also, the Filters don't seem right
What I mean by that ... are the total number of PRESETs that should be there in each bank.
The library I use is the original Expanded release. I'd not heard that any of the presets were changed ... nor any modifications to the names used.
Just to be sure ... confirm for me that these are indeed the 'original names' of the presets
I have to ask, because that would be first concern.
I'm still looking over the pix you posted to gleen a clue.
I see the 'User Config File Loaded' with GREEN Led ... a good sign. But I also see the 'Configuration has changed' alert.
Now that alert can come up if you clicked in the [CC] control edit boxes. This will throw an alert that something might have changed.
It may seem confusing, but it asks to RE-LOAD the Setup XML file. The reason for this is the preset data and the [CC] data are stored together in NVC's autoload file. If you changed or clicked on the [CC] edit ... go and then Re-Load the setup XML file to update the NVC file. That should clear that alert.
See what that does ... but I'm still puzzeled with the quantity of presets in certain banks.
I may need you to send [email] a copy of your setup XML file to examine if something is wacked.
ok ... lots of stuff here ... let me post, and then see where we are.
Thank-you for the details you've provided, and apologies for the delay in getting running. We'll workto get this solved!
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