Organized Trio

Discussions about VST Instruments and VST plug-ins from other manufacturers
Post Reply
oneriffpony82
New Member
Posts: 4
Joined: Sun Sep 20, 2015 6:49 pm
Contact:

Organized Trio

Post by oneriffpony82 » Mon Sep 21, 2015 10:52 am

Hi Guys. Total Newbie here - looking for some help.

I'm using Cubase Elements 8, and until recently had happily been using the Organized Trio organ plugin. For some reason in the last few days, it's started to behave weirdly.

The volume on the vst itself (not the mixer) turns itself down to being barely audible. I physically turn it up, press play and it's fine, until I press stop or rewind, at which point it resets itself to being barely on again. Even when I turn it up again and go to export the project to a WAV - the WAV has no audible organ sound as it's turned itself down again. It's not limited to a certain preset - it happens on all of them. I've deleted it from my plugins, downloaded the latest version again - still does the same. It seems that any click of the mouse triggers the vst to lower it's volume??!!

It's driving me mad. Any help really would be appreciated.

User avatar
Prock
Grand Senior Member
Posts: 3850
Joined: Sat Jan 05, 2013 4:22 pm
Location: Connecticut, USA
Contact:

Re: Organized Trio

Post by Prock » Mon Sep 21, 2015 3:07 pm

A suggestion...

First. make sure you do not have some kind of automation track (it might be hidden) that is running the volume. Try loading a different vst to see if it does the same.

I love Organized Trio (OT) and was using it for quite a while. I even donated the $15 (or whatever it was). Anyway, it finally crapped out (the trouble started with doing things similar to what you described) and there really is no support for it. Luckily (with the help of this forum) it was suggested that I look at the software VB3. It's the real paid for full version of OT. I purchased it and have never looked back. It works perfectly on my PC.

Check it out here. Try the trial version to make sure it works good before you purchase the paid version. For windows (only) they offer a 64 bit version (which I think is part of the issue with OT). Also, I asked Guido (the developer) if it was compatible with windows 10. He states he is testing it now.

Good luck. Again, this is my go to organ sound. I love it. :D

http://www.genuinesoundware.com/

Regards 8-)
PRock Studio

DAW: Cubase Pro 10.5, OS: Win 10 Pro x64, CPU: Intel Core i7 4700K @ 4.0GHz, RAM: 32GB/DDR4/2800MHz, Graphics: 4GB GeForce GTX 960, Mobo: MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon, AI: PreSonus Studio 192 Mobile, Mic Preamp: PreSonus TubePre, Headphone Amp: PreSonus HP4, Studio Monitors: Mackie MR5, 3rd Party VSTs: GSi VB3-II, SampleTank 3, Amplitube 4, Miroslav Philharmonik 2, EZDrummer 2

https://soundcloud.com/prockstudio

oneriffpony82
New Member
Posts: 4
Joined: Sun Sep 20, 2015 6:49 pm
Contact:

Re: Organized Trio

Post by oneriffpony82 » Mon Sep 21, 2015 3:55 pm

Hey - thanks for getting back to me. I'll give those tips a try tonight when i get home from work. One thing I did notice, and has suddenly occurred to me today - I borrowed a friends Novation Impulse 25 a few days ago, to see if i would benefit from getting one - figured I don't need it and gave it back. Now in the menu though, i see a Novation Automap, which i can't find a way of deleting. I was wondering if that might have affected things. I'm not big on controllers - they tend to confuse the hell out of me! I'll have to look into that as well.

Thanks again for posting.

Post Reply

Return to “VST Instruments and Virtual Effects (general)”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests