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Author Topic: What synths/keyboards would you guys like to see emulated next ? (After VC6)  (Read 29907 times)

piet

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PPG Wave 2.3 with Waveterm
Kawai K 5000 s or W
Waldorf Microwave or Wave

simon194

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Not a synth but a VST plugin effect unit maybe.

The legendary Marshall Time Modulator created by Steve Marshall (Steve St. Croix). There used to be one marketed by Intelligent Devices years ago which I think emulated the model 5002 and 5402 but it is no longer available.

dan lava

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Hy Arturia- Team

please release following Synthesizers for the next vc

RMI Harmonic Synthesizer, Quasimidi Polymorph, Elka Synthex, Roland JD800

adash

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Ensoniq Fizmo, Buchla 2000 series and something like the Novation Peak would be awesome, or maybe even just a Bass station II (or something similar)

winddealer

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I would immediately upgrade to a newer DX7 V? if Arturia provided an option to choose how the use classic FM frequency RATIOs between Carriers and Operators. 

You could keep the existing "arturia" system and provide a software select switch to permit input of the classic/standard Ratio values that Yamaha keyboards and mostly all other DX software emulations utilize (FM8, DEX and others).   Essentially, this could be an input script that calculates the "converts" into the "expected arturia values" when providing well-known defacto standard frequency values/ratios.

So, instead of asking for NEW synths, why not improve the ones we own based on customer feature requests?   I would happily pay for an upgrade to a newer DX7 version knowing that when it comes to FM sound design I don't have to run all the ratios through a spreadsheet to calculate the 'hybrid Arturia" value.   

Let me guess, this has already been fixed and all I have to do is upgrade to the new DX version :)
Gratefully. 
KSP, KS, KL61 MkII, VCol7, Faderfox EC4, Peak, Tyros4, Reaper

sigurdur

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Je ne pense pas que c'est été dit...
mais...
Casio Vltone...
Casio Pt20...
Casio Pt30...

RossoRacer

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Kawai K5000S
Ensoniq SQ-80
Rhodes Chroma

and definitely...

Roland System 700!
« Last Edit: January 31, 2020, 04:47:55 pm by RossoRacer »
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ahrayeph

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Immediately on my list : Oberheim OB-X/Xa. I know there's a good emulation out there from SonicProjects, but I still feel Arturia could do it justice as well, and give it a few more options beyond what the original can do, like you did with all the other models in your catalogue.

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I would immediately upgrade to a newer DX7 V? if Arturia provided an option to choose how the use classic FM frequency RATIOs between Carriers and Operators. 

You could keep the existing "arturia" system and provide a software select switch to permit input of the classic/standard Ratio values that Yamaha keyboards and mostly all other DX software emulations utilize (FM8, DEX and others).   Essentially, this could be an input script that calculates the "converts" into the "expected arturia values" when providing well-known defacto standard frequency values/ratios.

So, instead of asking for NEW synths, why not improve the ones we own based on customer feature requests?   I would happily pay for an upgrade to a newer DX7 version knowing that when it comes to FM sound design I don't have to run all the ratios through a spreadsheet to calculate the 'hybrid Arturia" value.   

Let me guess, this has already been fixed and all I have to do is upgrade to the new DX version :)
Gratefully.
While having owned an original DX7IID back in the day I wouldn't mind Arturia doing what you're asking about and it would help in bringing over old presets I found then as of now that I got/get most of my 'custom' presets by starting with a stock preset and tweaking things at will and not paying attention to what the numbers are saying. As long as we're talking about DX7's how about a true DX7IID? That way I wouldn't have to call up two instances on separate instances tracks and match presets/tweaks.

What else would I like to see?
a true Prophet 10 - the dual manual model
Rhodes Piano Bass?
DK Synergy aka Crumar GDS (General Development System)
Kurzweil K250
de N2MPU Jack FN20
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winddealer

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How about the Arturia Matrix Brute!   I'd buy it. Don't have room for the hardware MB.
KSP, KS, KL61 MkII, VCol7, Faderfox EC4, Peak, Tyros4, Reaper

jhbradley

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Agree about the Matrix Brute!

Watching the 2020 Winter NAMM coverage of the new synths, particularly the KORG Wavestate, my reaction was "that's nice and all, howzabout making a VST version?" No desire whatsoever for actual hardware synths, but would happily buy plugin versions of same.

AERO2004

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The ARP 2500 would be nice  ;)

jeftores

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Roland Juno 60
GEM Jumbo ORgan
Wasp Synth
Polymoog
KORG PS 3100

LGC31

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Hello,
it could be also interesting to have some Arrangers keyboards  emulated:
- Yamaha clavinova cvp405
- Roland BK-5
and so on... :)

ClydeLymanAgain

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Doing any particular Arranger keyboard, like the GEM Ensamble, would almost be pointless. All they would need to do is split AND Layer, set up tracks including a drum track, menaing including a drum machine and something to create Styles, all in Analog Lab. Even my Casio WK3500 gotten about 2006 could do that fairly well, and most of the sounds were stage-worthy if Simon Beck of the Skanks is to be beliieved (the pianos, acoustic and electric, are outta site)

I would love to see it. Those machines have computers at their hearts. Just what could be done if you  wnnt full-bore computer with 768 SSD (256 internal and a mounted 512 SDXC card) and an eith-gen quad care in a 2 in 2 pushing Widnows 10. I've been hunting for  a drum machine and a Style creator

I don't know if I would prefer the GEM Jumbo or the Gibson K-101 like the Doors used for most of thier career

 

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