Bought an Ensoniq Fizmo - tips tricks?

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Re: Bought an Ensoniq Fizmo - tips tricks?

Postby DLovas » Sun Sep 04, 2011 6:55 am

tallowwaters wrote:

Not sure, I just had the Sounddiver editor specific to the Fizmo. Why not try it and tell us?


yup full sounddiver works fine with the fizmo using it the way i described... i have access to all of the envelope controls and effects parameters... i must say though, im a bit dismayed that one cannot alter the FX mix level for each voice respectively... its pretty much a HAVE EFFECTS or DONT HAVE EFFECTS situation, and you can only have one effect per preset i dont want this same phaser on each of the voices, i expected 1 effect per voice.... rant is over - i love this synth despite my short ownership of it, im sure ill get over its shortcomings, it handles a lot of stuff as it is... i definitely plan to get a second if i can
Hardware: Ensoniq Fizmo | Roland JP-8000
Software: FL Studio | Zebra2 | Sylenth1
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Re: Bought an Ensoniq Fizmo - tips tricks?

Postby tom Cadillac » Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:14 am

I would consider the fizmo a self contained sounscape world - just play and explore - so much can change. Its not really particularly good at anything special (though the appegiator is fabulous as already said). Just enjoy to lose yourself in its unique world of sound.
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