Ashe37 wrote:So basically, its a $100 softsynth with a $400 hardware key?
Re-Member wrote:Ashe37 wrote:So basically, its a $100 softsynth with a $400 hardware key?
A softsynth is really no different than any other hardware virtual analog or rompler synthesizer since all three are just running a program from computer chips and/or accessing rom data to generate its sound.
griffin avid wrote:My early complaint seems to be around NOT being able to hold several plugs at once.
I'd like to see a way of switching, on the unit, that facilitates or better yet hints at switching engines often as there will be many to choose from during the course of studio production.
Jabberwalky wrote:So this synth is supposedly programmed with the same "circuit modeling" tech as the Tr8, right? This isn't a rehash of a previous Roland VA engine?
Zamise wrote: I just got me the tr-3 and it sounds pretty wonderful, I was only wishing it had some more features in the sound engine like an LFO or two and more control over the envelopes like a decent synth should,
it won't have old staticy pots and sliders and a faint buzz and crackles
so screw having just another interface, why not just play it by clicking and draging my mouse around or punching a few buttons or sliding my ugly ass fingers aross an ugly ass flickering and all lit up like disco control pad of some sort? </rhetorical>
For a 1 voice virtual hybrid controller I was getting a lot of noise. Very touchy pans. Aside from "a lot of noise"
Ashe37 wrote:My point is, the plugin can run *without* the System 1... i.e. run on your PC.
Zamise wrote:The only thing really missing out of all a full AIRA rig would be some sort of sampler, wouldn't have to be anything large a few mins of samples would due.
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