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The NMSC is an N-channel MS compressor. This means that you can use this compressor to compress an N-channel MS signal to stereo. For that, it is important that the channel that you want to compress has to be selected on the interface. The NMSC is also an independent device that you can use for mastering or in mixing.
Where to find the Sonoris NMSC:
In the Sonoris product page, there is a tutorial that describes how to use the Sonoris NMSC.
For more details, check out the NMSC tutorial and for example the tutorial for mastering.
NOTE:  I have developed this tutorial as a part of a community project. Please be aware that you will get only basic information. I have developed this tutorial to get the basic understanding of how the NMSC works, for example. Please contact me if you have questions or want to know more.

MIDI Drivers

The following drivers are already included in SAW Studio:

KAI Driver
PRS Driver

More Drivers coming soon!


A short guide on how to use the SAWStudio to process an N-channel MS signal into two stereo channels.

Here is an example where we convert a 3 channel MS signal into two channel stereo:

1) Select “Ressources -> Midi Drivers”.
2) Click “Add MIDI Driver”
3) Select “MIDI Drivers -> KAI Driver” (most likely you will have to download the KAI driver)
4) Select the “Input” tab and check if the “MIDI” option is checked
5) Fill in the following fields:

“Device Name”
6) Click “OK”
7) Now you will be able to process audio and MIDI from KAI Driver in the same track.
8) Select “Ressources -> Midi Drivers”
9) Click “Add MIDI Driver”
10) Select “MIDI Drivers -> PRS Driver” (most likely you will have to download the PRS driver) 30ed912023

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Friday, October 28, 2013

The Telegraph’s scoop that Queen Elizabeth was concerned that David Cameron, the Prime Minister, was about to pull out of the EU despite the referendum results suggests she is very concerned about the UK’s future.

Ahead of a G7 summit in Canada on Monday, sources have told The Telegraph that the Queen was worried that the Conservatives might “scrap” the referendum result.

Her concern will raise questions over the future of the EU project and its future leader – but it is not clear that the Queen cares about the UK’s place in the European Union.

She has never shown any strong enthusiasm for the EU’s single market and said in the aftermath of the Brexit vote: “The UK has voted to leave the EU and I think the only way to deal with the situation is to leave the EU.”

“We will be working with the European Union to negotiate the best deal for the UK and to get a deal that works for everyone.”

The Queen’s concerns will arise from a source close to the Prime Minister who told The Telegraph that ministers “have a duty to advise him, to support him to the full and to argue for the best position for the United Kingdom and to make sure he sticks with that and doesn’t rush into a U-turn that might cost him the next election.”

It is not clear why the Queen should care if David Cameron decides to keep his word and has the UK leave the EU.

Although the Queen does have links with the UK, she has not shown any interest in the EU beyond the occasional visit and speech. The Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall met German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a meeting at the G7 summit in Lough Erne in Northern Ireland last year.

The Queen did attend the opening of the new EU’s Brussels headquarters in October 2004. But she left for a private visit to France shortly afterwards.

At the summit, the Queen and Mrs Merkel will share a meal and exchange gifts – and in previous years she has invited President Sarkozy to join her for dinner.