Virtual Music Studio - an advanced software that enables you to create songs of high complexity. But the more complex you make the track, the more energy and memory uses your processor (CPU activity light on the screen will show the main composition, how loaded the CPU memory). Even the most modern PCs can slow down their work if you continue to add more sound and effects.For example, for some samples of tracks (samples), the software allows, you may need more advanced system than the one that meets the minimum requirements. The samples included, in order to show what can be achieved with the help of VMS-eJay advanced PC. When your equipment fails, and you still want to listen to all music samples - change their format to. WAV, to play without interference. In addition, you can change songs and make them less complicated.
Version: 1. 93
Platform: Windows ® XP, Vista
System requirements: Minimum system requirements
Virtual Music Studio should work without difficulty with the following characteristics: · · CPU of 1GHz and higher
· · Memory RAM 512 MB
· · Operating systems: Windows ® XP, Vista
· · 3.5 GB of free hard disk space
· · DVD-ROM
· · Feature records CD-ROM drive (required for audio recording on CD-ROM)
· · Is compatible with DirectX ® 9.0 video card (VRAM 32 MB, 16-bit color, Display resolution 1024 x 768) *
· · Compatible with DirectX ® 9.0 sound Card (16 bit)
· · DirectX ® 9.0c (available on disk with the program)
· · Web Browser
Note: Your graphics card must be compatible with DirectX ® 9.0c.
* Note: Ejay do not support integrated graphics and portable computers.
Recommended system requirements
The most effective Virtual Music Studio will work with the following characteristics: · · Pentium ® 4, 1.8GHz
· · Memory 1GB
· Operating system: Windows ® XP, Vista
· · 3.5 GB of free memory on your hard drive (for installation)
· · 2.0 GB of free memory on your hard disk (for the cache of your operating system)
· · DVD-ROM
· · Recording feature CD-ROM drive (required for audio recording on CD-ROM)
· · Is compatible with DirectX ® 9.0 video card (VRAM 64 MB, 16-bit color, Display Resolution 1024 x 768) *
· · Is compatible with DirectX ® 9.0 sound Card (16 bit)
· · DirectX ® 9.0c (available disk space with the program)
· · Web Browser
Language: English + Russian
Tabletka: Not required
Once you have a track record of files in the archive recordings or use the audio files youve created in the Poly Synth, Bass Synth and Drum Machine (only supported with samples), then your saved songs should have a size of about 100Kb each.
If you prefer to use your own samples (note: pressing the RANDOM button on the player Sample Loop will also create a new sample), then in your music files to save the current information. Therefore, the size of your tracks will increase from 100k to an average of 170Kb per stereo second of added sample.
Using the Sample Studio on OS Windows Vista.
In Windows Vista, setting record input data differs from other versions of Windows. Only one input can be active at one time. Youll need to make sure that the input that you need, is active and working properly.
Go to the Control panel. (Desktop> Start> Control Panel) Log in under "Sounds and Audio Devices" / "Sounds" (or just "Sounds", if you are using Classic view panel). Dialog box sound properties. Then click on input Record sound. Right-click in box and select the device you want, then select "Set as Default Device. When you have successfully activated the device, a small indicator of sound Volume Use (VU) will be displayed next to it. In order to verify that the device is functioning properly, connect the source to the selected device input and see whether an input signal LED VU.
Option «What U Hear» in the Sample Studio does not work.
First you must select it as a recording device on Windows Vista. Follow the above steps, open the dialog box to the sound properties.
Usually displayed in a list one or two devices (typically, «Microphone» and «Line In»).
Option devices that you need is called «What U Hear» or «Stereo Mix», depending on your sound card. Should you are not visible in the device list, click the right mouse button on the middle of a list, menu, select "Show disabled devices".
References should be enlarged, and display additional recording options. Locate the device "What you hear" or "Stereo Mix", click the right mouse button and select "Activate» ( «Enable»). Now, with VU display device will be shown how to work. To ensure correct operation the device, connect the source to the selected device input and see whether an input signal LED VU.
"When I click on the option to sample Sample Studio, nothing happens."
This can happen when working with Windows Vista, if the device to work with samples not activated within the program eJay. Enter the configuration menu and options and scroll down to the end audiopaneli. Connect «Stereo», «CD Sampling», «Line-In» and the unit «Microphone Sampling Device» to the «Master Volume».