ZeeOne wrote:Clearly fake (calling a 6-voice synth Monotron
Bitexion wrote:The Andromeda A6 has a random patch generator. Usually never sounds useful
Waldorf Blofeld too, usually turns into a very glitchy mess.
ZeeOne wrote:Clearly fake (calling a 6-voice synth Monotron Anything is a contradiction in terms), but I so wish it were real. If they can sell an analog triphonic for only $150, there's no reason they can't slap two together with 44-49 full-size or MS20 Mini-size keys and patch memory to give us a 6-voice analog polysynth for 650-700 USD.
griffin avid wrote:Can't tell if anything here is supposed to be taken seriously but the A6 doesn't have a random patch generator. It has a function that sets the patch to wherever the knobs actually are. There is a java based random generator which works okay but after using, after restarting, the A6 freaked out and I had to soft reset.
The real mopho has a soft editor from sound tower that generates random or morphed and mutated patch banks.
I think all the soundtower editors have this functionality.
by Psicraft Tony » Wed May 07, 2008 5:19 pm
While we are definitely going to release Vyzor Andromeda in the coming year, we are very busy with other projects right now. The Andromeda is not your average synth, as you undoubtedly know and the editor for it is turning out to be a massive undertaking - We don't believe in cutting corners, so it's going to take longer than we'd originally hoped. Please check back here for more news on this topic. In the meantime, open discussion on this topic is highly encouraged!
by Psicraft Tony » Thu Nov 05, 2009 2:00 pm
Just an update on this topic - It's looking like 2010 for this editor, but it IS still a planned release.
Can't believe I'm the first to post this. As mentioned on FB where I saw it, it's likely fake- six LFO's and six filters seems a little odd unless it's something like a Sequential Six-Trak where it's a six mono multitimbral deal. It looks a little basic and hacky. But no one thought the MS20 mini and Volca boxes were real either, right? Discuss!
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