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- Getting Started: A Camelot Tutorial
- How can I split a single item in a key range?
- How do I connect my hardware instruments to Camelot on my computer or iPad?
- How do I set up a new Custom Map in Camelot?
- Is it possible to use the volume wheel on my MIDI controller to control the volume of a plug-in in Camelot using MIDI learn?
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Sounds are taking a long time to load inside Camelot. Why?
"Heavy" plug-ins, like Omnisphere, KeyScape, Ivory, and Kontakt, are not designed for performing live. They are not meant to be "re-configured" on the fly during a live performance. The right way to use such plug-ins is to load them once and never change them during the performance.
Starting from Camelot 2.0, this is done by adding them to a Song Rack or a Setlist Rack (i.e. on one or more Song or Setlist Layers, with no MIDI inputs) and controlling them through Layer Connector/MIDI THRU Items from the Scene Layers.
This way, the plug-ins are loaded for the whole Song or the whole Setlist, but you can choose which Scene to play them from.