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I submitted a contribution about a month ago but it hasn’t appeared.
I was thinking perhaps there is just a big back log of entries or maybe I made a mistake in uploading or something? I was careful with the instructions but just wondering if I should have had some kind of confirmation or if there is anyway to know if it did succesfully upload?
Just a big backlog 🙂
ah ok thanks!
Lots more great instruments to try!
Hi, I submitted a exs instrument called Melodical, Will I get feedback if something is wrong with my submission? Its been at least two months I think now. Not grumbling, just wondering if it’s gonna appear or not. I going to produce a Kontakt version to you see, so could do with some feedback if possible. Thanks
It’s up now Alex and I love it.
I have also done a basic conversion to Kontakt. see thread “Kontakt 5.8.1 Converts from this weeks EXS”
It took my instrument over 4 months to be uploaded. I believe it’s the inherent risk of having a free-to-use website where anyone can upload anything. I can only imagine the backlog they have!
By the way, your melodica is fantastic and it’s exactly what I’ve been needing for my upcoming album. I owe you a coffee!
Sorry to bump this, but as far as I can tell my instrument never did appear. It was uploaded in April in theory, so 6 months ago.
Does anyone know of any way of finding what went wrong? especially as Alex above seems to have posted his Melodical (excellent by the way!) around the same time.
I was wondering if it might be that there is already a Hohner Pianet T instrument up? Name clash perhaps?
Apologies for this Ollie. As you suspected, there is indeed a sample pack on the site with this name and that is why yours slipped through the cracks.
Would it be possible for you to rename yours and resubmit it after the website relaunch on 12th October?
Ah, darn! I should have checked this before!
Yes I will attempt to resubmit.
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