Wersi OAX 2.00-02 is Available

Bei der Version 2.00-02 handelt es sich um eine Zwischenversion, bei der Fehler im Bereich der Begleitautomatik bereiningt wurden. In der Funktionalität ist sie jedoch identisch mit der Version 2.00. (Es werden alle 4 Dateien benötigt!)

Said another way: The version 2.00-02 is an intermediate version in which errors in the automatic accompaniment were included. In terms of functionality, however, it is identical to version 2.00. (All 4 files are needed!)

That didn’t translate perfectly but we get the point. There are some fixes to the automatic accompaniment. The new version takes about 15 minutes to install and during that time you can see all the styles and samples being copied over. Not sure if all or some were replaced but there are quite a few replaced during the upgrade.

If you are interested you can download from here. Thanks John – A great find!

OAX_2.00.02 Upgrade Completed.
OAX_2.00.02 Upgrade Completed.

8 thoughts on “Wersi OAX 2.00-02 is Available

  • 02/21/2019 at 09:42
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    Hi guys,

    So it turns out to be neither a feature nor a bug then, it’s a YAHBOO! (Yet Another Horrendous Botch-up On Oax).

    If we’re getting the sound cut off between presets then Wersi are not implementing the midi specification properly, and they need to fix it because it makes anything played in the legato style unplayable.

    NOTE TO CURT AND OTHER SONIC OWNERS.
    Before we make Wersi aware of this, in order to determine the extent of the problem I think it would be useful to know if this effect occurs also on the external midi system when controlling devices such as the Ketron, and on the internal system when using VSTs.

    Jeff

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    • 02/21/2019 at 18:55
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      Jeff,

      It does happen on the internal VSTs. I noticed it with some of my presets that use Kontakt.

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  • 02/19/2019 at 08:11
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    I noticed a strange thing which may have been introduced with this update.

    When changing presets, if the same voice is used on both presets it doesn’t seem to be held across the preset change.

    As an example, set up preset 1 with an orchestral voice and a piano voice. Now set up a second preset using the same orchestral voice and a flute.

    Select preset 1 and hold own a key. The orchestral voice will hold indefinitely as expected whilst the piano will fade away as expected.

    Now whilst still holding down the key, select preset 2. The orchestral voice will come to an abrupt halt and it’s necessary to release and press the key again, which ruins the flow of the music.

    I would have expected the voice to hold across the preset change, but maybe I’m misunderstanding how it should work. However, I replayed some of my old video recordings and the voice does seem to hold across the preset change.

    I dont know if this is a bug or feature introduced with the latest update. Anyone have any thoughts on this?

    Geoff.

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    • 02/19/2019 at 09:43
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      I’m not going to call it a feature or a bug. It’s more the nature of working with things that are binary. I have run into similar situations when working with various “digital” instruments. For example, in the case of OAX, I’ve noticed if you have headphones plugged in and power down the organ the next time you turn it on you will need to unplug and re-plug the headphones to mute the speakers.

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    • 02/20/2019 at 21:37
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      Geoff,

      You are correct. It was working as you described before the update.

      Jerry

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    • 02/20/2019 at 22:03
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      One thing I really liked about the OAS system is you could select whether you wanted the preset to change the instant you selected the next preset or you could set it to where as long as you are holding down some keys, it does not go to the next preset until after you release the keys. OAS did so much more than OAX.

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  • 02/07/2019 at 21:35
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    Still haven’t fixed the OX7 and VB3 drawbar save issue.

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  • 02/06/2019 at 11:17
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    And thanks to you,Curt.
    Samuel ( or Sam , as you like to call me)

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