but the only way in Studio One at least that a VSTi can have an audio signal sent into it is if the VSTi is placed as an effects insert.
Yes. You can send some control signals from one instrument to another. For instance a synth can recieve a sequencer trigger. But you need a FX VST in Studio One other DAWs to be able to use the external audio input features,
To me a emulation should be able to sound like the real thing. As close as possible. Beside that i also just wan't sounds i like. But that don't have to be emulations then. But it's okay with other sounds in emulations too, as long as they can emulate the sounds it's supposed to. Else no need to create a emelation, then it could just be a new synth.
Yes i like the Synclavier sounds. It should use additive synthsis too. It uses partials.
It's a good thing if you know about FM synthesis and Harmonics.
About harmonics then perhaps you find this a help down the road: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harmonic_series_(music
)NB! you need to add the last ) after music to the link. for some reason it will not be a part of the link.
About the B3. I like i's a different sound. I think many will argue that it's not a B3. But i seem to have been hearing Hammonds sound in this direction too. And i have NI Kontakt Vintage Organs and other organs and rotors too. Studio One also have some organs and a rotor.
Yes Arturia has got some bugs on their hands. It's a question if they will be fixed for free with the politic they have used actually not care about owners of VC4 product bugs. This is in my world wrong.
I have got a mail saying future updates will cost. Will they continue calling bugfixes for updates and trying to charge us for the same product once again?
ANd how many products will they take out next time? Will they charge for better readable GUI's for CS80 andsome other synths, even if that's what we have paid for in VC5, and/ or will they take those out? It's in some cases half done work in my opinion. I work with multimedia. This should have been stop in testing and made better.
Will Arturia charge us for the FX versions needed to use the features we allready have paid for?
I'm concerned about this.
There is something very wrong.
I actually like simple synths.
I have allways wondered why nearly all factory presets in for instance Modular V are quite simple in a way they could just as well have been done on a simple synths.
It has 9 OSC's a lot of filters etc... To me a Modular is for very complex sounds. Especially if it don't have a very characteristic sound i wan't.
I'm so tired of "Lucky" presets and presets simulating sounds made on other synths - often simpler synths.
I believe the new presets use the Modular system better, but i have not spend the needed time to say for sure.