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OB-6 / Re: 12 Free Patches for the OB-6
« Last post by RobustAmerican on Yesterday at 10:32:20 PM »
My pleasure...Thanks for the feedback!
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OB-6 / Re: 12 Free Patches for the OB-6
« Last post by Mirzayev on Yesterday at 09:54:41 PM »
A pretty cool set of patches! I really like OBrahms. Thanks for sharing.
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https://youtu.be/FAy3WoCRnAw

A quick video showing some of the User Samples I've put in my Prophet-X.

I highly recommend you go to www.cyborgstudio.com for some delicious food for your Prophet-X.

The samples I'm showcasing in this video are as follows:
1.) Roland D-50: Digital Native Dance
2.) Roland D-50: Soundtrack
3.) Roland D-50: Time.
4.) Roland D-50: Slap Bass
5.) Roland D-50: Fantasia
6.) Synclavier II:  Bell Gong (Beat It)
7.) Fairlight CMI: Arr1
8.) Fairlight CMI: Various Rhythms
9.) Fairlight CMI: Orch5 and Orch6
10.) Opening Narration from "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"
11.) Chainsaw Sound Effect
12.) Nails On Chalkboard Sound Effect

I hope you enjoy the video and please click Subscribe and Stay Tuned for more!
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Btw... There already is kind of a Sequential SSI polysynth with analog vcos, it is called Prophet 6... Its filters are modelled on the SSM filters which is basically what the SSI is cloning.

Thus it should be a logical step to make a chip version of the P6, with more voices and deeper engine comparable to a REV2/P12 in complexity. Give me such a device with 16 voices, and the PX way of handling the voices in 8 stereo or 16 mono modes (let each oscillator be pan'able in stereo mode so you choose yoursekf if you want a bineural setup) . Dual timbral with two FX per layer. That would be a synth hard to get around for me... Throw in an extra two wavetable oscillators (two analog and two digital in total) and I am sold.
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Prophet Rev2 / Re: Librarian Software
« Last post by studiodc on Yesterday at 07:55:57 PM »
+1 more for SoundTower, although it's rather clunky, has a terrible skeuomorphic "design", and has (from what I can tell) absolutely NO manual whatsoever (and rather useless help).

Also I think CodeKnobs around here has a nice plugin but I only have their VST version and it's not really a librarian so I can't speak to what they offer in the standalone.
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At least until Dave does an SSI poly with much deeper engine than the UDO because that which is its advantage is also its weakness: hands on, no menus equals a shallow engine.
Well technically it already exists.   ;)

P.S. I already know what you're going to say next. It doesn't have FPGA oscillators, etc. 

Analog vcos please!  ;D... Or at least a mixture... I could easily see a Poly Evolver type binaural synth with these filters...

But yes... If nothing else comes, then PX would cover it, though I am not in the market for another deep sampler.
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At least until Dave does an SSI poly with much deeper engine than the UDO because that which is its advantage is also its weakness: hands on, no menus equals a shallow engine.
Well technically it already exists.   ;)

P.S. I already know what you're going to say next. It doesn't have FPGA oscillators, etc. 
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Ugh...I hate to be "that guy" but honestly...I think I'd like this more if it was VCO based. Digital oscillators are nice...but the layout and UI just feels like it should be 100% analog...almost feels like Arturia should have made it and called it the PolyBrute.
At 24 MHz, your ears cant tell the difference between FPGA digital and Analogue no one can. 
And FPGA OSCs are far more versatile. I love my analogue synths, but I like to see innovation like this.
Id love to see Dave do an FPGA synth.  He has the knowledge (and ears) to do it well.

Though, again, I expect to be in the minority.

Yes, but you would still require, that the perfect algorithm for mimicking analog oscillators completely, existed... Which to my knowledge, it does not... I for one can easily hear that PEAK do not have analog oscillators... Yes, it is without aliasing and all, but it does not sound 100% analog to me... But maybe that was intentional, I do not know.

With that said, I still would prefer the UDO exactly as it is... It sounds amazing, even if the oscillators do not trick me...in fact, this "bineural" thing is basically what the Evolvers were as well, so there is not much new in it, except that so few synths actually use it.

I actually could see myself getting this, but not solely because of the FPGA, but also because having a poly with SSI analog filters are high on my list... At least until Dave does an SSI poly with much deeper engine than the UDO because that which is its advantage is also its weakness: hands on, no menus equals a shallow engine.
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Other Hardware/Software / Re: Moog Vocoder 16-Channel Vocoder
« Last post by Razmo on Yesterday at 10:12:58 AM »
I can only hope it's a sign we will see a keyboard based Moog String Machine/Vocoder with built in analog Chorus....The Moog Siren.

Please, make that a string ensemble chorus, and also add a stereo, L/R phase adjustable stereo LFO Phaser based on EH SmallStone... Then I am on it... But if MOOG keep up their insane prices as of lately, they may shelf the whole thing... I WILL NOT pay that much for something that simple!
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