Synth1 Demo

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Synth1 Demo

Postby georgemarauder » Mon Apr 21, 2014 4:21 am

Hello!

Just a little demo I made with Synth1 and Reaper. All sounds are from Synth1 except the square wave bell-like tone, that was made with Charlatan, another free instrument.

Enjoy!

Watch on youtube.com
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Re: Synth1 Demo

Postby synthroom » Tue Apr 22, 2014 6:19 am

Nice! Sounds really good!
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Re: Synth1 Demo

Postby georgemarauder » Tue Apr 22, 2014 7:24 pm

synthroom wrote:Nice! Sounds really good!


Thanks!

The Synth1 VST is amazing to me. Sounds so musical and so good, it's hard to believe that it's not only free, but that it barely takes any CPU to run. I could spend hours just playing with it and programming usable sounds. Great instrument!
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Re: Synth1 Demo

Postby synthroom » Tue Apr 22, 2014 8:52 pm

georgemarauder wrote:
synthroom wrote:Nice! Sounds really good!


Thanks!

The Synth1 VST is amazing to me. Sounds so musical and so good, it's hard to believe that it's not only free, but that it barely takes any CPU to run. I could spend hours just playing with it and programming usable sounds. Great instrument!


That's cool! I remember discussing the future of synthesis with a friend in about 1992 and thinking about how computers would eventually get so fast that they could emulate synths... To quote Nina Hagen, "Future is NOW!"
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Re: Synth1 Demo

Postby georgemarauder » Wed Apr 23, 2014 1:34 am

synthroom wrote:
georgemarauder wrote:
synthroom wrote:Nice! Sounds really good!


Thanks!

The Synth1 VST is amazing to me. Sounds so musical and so good, it's hard to believe that it's not only free, but that it barely takes any CPU to run. I could spend hours just playing with it and programming usable sounds. Great instrument!


That's cool! I remember discussing the future of synthesis with a friend in about 1992 and thinking about how computers would eventually get so fast that they could emulate synths... To quote Nina Hagen, "Future is NOW!"


Absolutely.

Technology has come a long way, it really blows my mind to think about it. The things you can do with a laptop and a midi controller are astonishing.
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