Sir Ruff wrote:I picked up tallowwaters' sy-35 a while back.. it's definitely got an interesting sound-I'm actually not a big fan of the whole joystick thing-maybe it's just cos I haven't mixed and matched the right samples/FM.. the volume jumps and waves themselves are so disparate i find it hard to make a smooth change (prolly just me!)... and while more features is usually a good thing, I think by adding an individual envelope for each osc, they inadvertantly make basic volume editing too complicated (surely that's what the vectors are for!)
I actually find using the vector just on the detune instead gives real interesting subtlely modulated pad sounds... and the samples have got that great early 90s gritty, breathy sound which I really like... oh yeah, and the s/h lfo is a neat way to "bit-reduce" those samples... get some real dirty but still usable sounds that way...
minime123 wrote:i consider this quite an underrated/undervalued synth.
sure, it could be better, but for the prices they were going for last i checked, its worth picking this or a tg33 up.
id use my tg33 if i wasnt so busy pimping vintage synths.
Thefumigator wrote:which is or has been the ultimate vector synth?
Thefumigator wrote:Does anyone have a demo mp3 or a tune made with one of those vector synths?
Also, which is or has been the ultimate vector synth? (just to have as reference)
tom Cadillac wrote:are they the forgotten work of a synth genius?