Dubler 1 Knowledge base

Everything you need to know about Dubler 1
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Dubler Basics

In this page, we’ll be doing a run-through of Dubler and its different sections. First of all, you’ll need to download and authorize your Dubler software. If you haven’t done this yet you can find out how to on our Getting Started page.

Once you’ve successfully downloaded and logged in to Dubler you’ll see the profile page. Select Create New Profile to enter Dubler’s main page.
The left-hand side deals with Triggers. Here you can teach the system percussive sounds (e.g. beatboxing or clapping) and then use these to trigger samples or plugins within your DAW.
Check out our help page here to learn how to train sounds in Dubler.

The right-hand side deals with Controls. Here Dubler interprets the continuous input of your voice. Tracking your pitch, velocity, envelope and vowel timbre. This is output as MIDI enabling you to play melodic instruments and control synth parameters in your DAW.
Check out our help page here for a more in-depth look at Pitch and Control Settings.

In the top right you’ll see various symbols:
The home function takes you back to the profile selection page.
The save function allows you to save the current profile settings you are using.
You can also rename the profile in the top left.
The settings COG will open the audio device settings. 
Here you can change the input device, disable the 
virtual MIDI output and change to another MIDI out.
The resize button allows you to change the Dubler window between two set sizes.
The user menu allows you to change your vocal data sharing settings,
access tutorials, licence information and log out of Dubler.
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