Early DSP4000 and VSIG

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      zootallures83
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      Hello, 

      I have a DSP4000 with the PA-422 ports which I’m trying to use with VSIG 1.53 on a 32-bit Windows XP Virtualbox inside of a 2010 5,1 Mac Pro running High Sierra.

      As I understand it, I won’t be able to use the PA-422 ports so I have connected my Mac to the DSP4000’s MIDI in and outs via an M-Audio Midisport Uno interface. When I try running ‘Get Dbase’ from VSIG the DSP4000 shows ‘Sending sigfile dbase out MIDI’ and a number of different ‘Doing…’ and ‘ld number…’ messages. In VSIG I see ‘Block #1’, ‘Block #2’ etc. 

      After it completes these VSIG shows ‘Unknown Field Type – Database is corrupted’, and ‘{ YPE_SIGNA  E’. Pressing ‘OK” gives more similar messages and if I click ‘Cancel’ I get ‘Upload Complete – NOT successful’

      Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to get this working as I’ve heard that doing this with a virtual machine in OSX is possible. I’d really love to be able to use VSIG with this if possible. 

      Many thanks!

    • #158494
      nickrose
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      Eventide Staff

      Sound like you are losing characters. Check the midi device web site – there is usually a better driver.

      Using the windows driver can lead to buffer overflow with big data like this

       

    • #158509
      zootallures83
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      Thanks for the quick reply. I’ve made sure the M-Audio driver is installed and it’s still happening. Is there anything else to try? I could try and get hold of an old PC if necessary but others seem to be able to do it with a virtual PC running in OSX so I thought I’d keep trying for a bit. Thanks!

    • #158553
      nickrose
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      Eventide Staff

      Later software had a sysex speed parameter to slow things down. Don't know when it came in, but look on the midi menus. Otherwise, try a different computer. Look on the Eventide Web site to see if you can find a suitable database.

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