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rictheobscene

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What I think the next Arturia product should be
« on: February 01, 2005, 08:36:35 pm »
Arturia has done a fabulous job with emulating 4 great vintage synths. While I feel that more of these vintage emulations should be explored,  I think Arturia should expand their horizons a little bit and develop their own soft synth. Dollowing the same concept of what AAS did with UltraAnalog, but the product should be a unique creation.

Just my opinion

omissis

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« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2005, 10:34:19 pm »
What I think myself....

i think it is needed to make serious revisions to the actual synths , fixing all the major\minor bugs and planning a strong improvement of the math model....all in all what we expect is the best possible emulation and , as I did read somewhere else , details are the most hard and challenging things to achieve; so let's give them all the needed time to build better emulations.

they have the potential, hope they will hear us.
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« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2005, 10:51:45 pm »
Quote from: "omissis"
What I think myself....

i think it is needed to make serious revisions to the actual synths , fixing all the major\minor bugs and planning a strong improvement of the math model....all in all what we expect is the best possible emulation and , as I did read somewhere else , details are the most hard and challenging things to achieve; so let's give them all the needed time to build better emulations.

they have the potential, hope they will hear us.
M


I guess I am just lucky. The mode that I use the software in seems to be bug free. I premiered several new songs during my performance this weekend that used the Arp 2600 V. The feedback at the party was very complimentary, and, in my opinion, I thought it sounded just great.

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« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2005, 11:02:34 pm »
I'm glad you found no bugs in your 2600, that's a plus to Arturia. My CS-80 has some , I call them "childhood diseases" that need to be cured  8)  . They planned something nearly these days.
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« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2005, 11:08:34 pm »
I own the MMV2 and love it.  I've found a couple of minor bugs, but the one that bugs me the most is an unpredictable hiccup when used as a VSTi. I never experience it in standalone.  Other than that, I think the MMV2 is one of the best soft synths out there.  What a great sound, and the sequencer is fabulous.

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« Reply #5 on: February 02, 2005, 12:46:45 am »
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I own the MMV2 and love it.  I've found a couple of minor bugs, but the one that bugs me the most is an unpredictable hiccup when used as a VSTi. I never experience it in standalone.  Other than that, I think the MMV2 is one of the best soft synths out there.  What a great sound, and the sequencer is fabulous.


Could you expand on this 'hiccup'? I too use the MMV2 in VSTi mode with a Cubase SX (1, 2, and 3) host, as well as in FX Teleport mode, and I have not experienced it.

 

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