Re-Member wrote:I also noticed that on Roland's website, the SH-101 plugout emulation is going to use separate envelopes for filter and amp. This is totally going to ruin how it sounds because the SH-101 doesn't function this way. The filter and amp should be locked into one envelope.
Hallu wrote:This is an inane comment. the 101 had poor features due to it being a cheap instrument, and wanting to make it more flexible is going to "ruin" it? There were a number of people upset that Korg chose to not add PWM to the MS-20 mini, intentionally keeping limitations that existed from a purely financial standpoint does not make sense when the cost to adding that extra envelope is practically nil. The difficulty of setting similar envelope settiings is not hard unless you need someone to patch a poorly made single oscillator mono synth for you - and lets be real that 0 on attack, sustain and release, a bit of decay for snappy bass response is what these things are going to be set at for most of the people using it.
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