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KORE or not KORE

March 6, 2006 | 3:52 am

Just wondering what the community has to say about NI’s new system coming out. My immediate response is the controllers kind of weak and doesn’t really open up anything new but their preset/sound categorization scheme sounds quite interesting. Hopefully this isn’t too far off base puttin up in the max forum.

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May 20, 2006 | 1:15 pm

Kore is pretty cool, but it does not seem to be incompatible with Pluggo. Unlike Logic which crashes Auval but will still load Pluggo AU plugins, any Pluggo plugins that get past auval, will crash Kore when you try to load them.

Other than that, if you’re going to use resource-heavy plugins like reaktor or moog modular, you will need a blazing fast computer since Kore currently uses only one processor in dual processor computers. Its a real resource hog if your plugins are resource hogs.


May 20, 2006 | 2:36 pm

Pluggo, Mode and Hipno work fine in Kore. There are some problems with the parameters in hipno and transport functions in general, but no crashes.

We shall be working in the future to round out Kore compatibility.

-Andrew


May 20, 2006 | 7:46 pm

Could auval and Kore be crashing because I’m trying to load the demo version of Pluggo? If not that, any suggestions what I can do to troubleshoot this problem?


August 4, 2006 | 4:08 pm

I can’t get Pluggo nor Modes plugins to be seen by Kore browser ! !
where should I look or check something ???

the same behavior in Kore stand alone or Kore hosted by Logic or Live

thanks for help


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