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  • ScottScott
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    Please contact Toontrack Support directly via the Contact Support button in the FAQ below.

    https://www.toontrack.com/faq/how-do-i-contact-support/

    Scott Sibley - Toontrack
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    ScottScott
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    Yes it can be used without the internet. I use it without an internet connection. I do connect it when using the Toontrack Product Manager to download and install and authorize. Then it’s offline the rest of the time.

    Scott Sibley - Toontrack
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    ScottScott
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    See my reply in your other post

    Scott Sibley - Toontrack
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    ScottScott
    Moderator

    To add to what John says…

    There has never been a consensus as to what octave “middle C” is. Different manufacturers set it differently.

    For some companies, they use middle ‘C’ as C4. For some companies, they use C4 as MIDI note 72. Toontrack does this.

    Some companies, like Korg, use C4 as MIDI note 60.

    I have a Korg PadKontrol and it triggers C4 as note 60 instead of C4 note 72.

    I don’t use note names but use the note numbers instead. Note 60 is always note 60 no matter the octave and manufacturers use.

    Scott Sibley - Toontrack
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    ScottScott
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    I don’t use Logic or Mac so I can only guess here. Have you loaded EZD2 as a plugin in Logic or are you using EZD2 in standalone? If you want to edit in logic, make sure you load EZD2 as an instrument plugin inside Logic.

    Scott Sibley - Toontrack
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