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Author Topic: What synths/keyboards would you guys like to see emulated next ? (After VC6)  (Read 11563 times)

MarkBog

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Re: What synths/keyboards would you guys like to see emulated next ? (After VC6)
« Reply #45 on: September 06, 2018, 02:06:02 am »
Ditto the suggestion of the Memorymoog, OB-X and Emulator.

Solid calls!

Harry

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Re: What synths/keyboards would you guys like to see emulated next ? (After VC6)
« Reply #46 on: September 30, 2018, 08:29:16 pm »
My vote goes towards these:

A modular system based on the hardware found in the early 1950s-60s pre-Moog electronic studios of Bebe & Louis Barron, Raymond Scott, and various universities of that time.

E-mu Emulator II

DK Synergy

And for something bizarre, the Ensoniq Fizmo.

PaulsGotGAS

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I'd love to see some Korg synths. I know the MicroKorg is still alive and kicking, but I'd still love to have a good software emulation of that. If nothing else, it had the same engine as the MS2000, and technically the MS2000 is historical relic at this point (hint, hint). Also,

Korg MS-20
Korg Wavestation
Alesis Micron/Akai Miniak

And I have to say it, just imagine what Arturia could do with the Casio SK-5 Sampler!

Oh, and how about some kind of supercharged Theremin (ala the Theremini), packaged with a hardware controller (or integrated into Keylab MkIII)


Amalgamoth

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There already are VST emulations for the

MS-20 as well as the Wavestation by KORG.

They're in the KORG Collection right there with VSTs for the

M1 and also the ARP Odyssey.

I would be a bit unnescessary if Arturia would re-invent the wheel again IMHO

(The Polymoog has also already been emulated by Memorymoon,

and the VCS3 has already been done by XILS, quite a while back)

andyjh

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I would really like a Roland D50 emulation, but that would have to include the effects of the D50 as they are part of the sound

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rhodes chroma
matrix 6

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Rhodes Chroma.  I have two of them, but they aren't working.  :-[

One of the things that made the Chroma unique was that you could Ring Modulate the pulse outputs of the two VCOs (they used an EXOR logic gate).  This made some really interesting sounds; lots of bite.

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probably not worth the effort, but as a diehard genesis/rush/prog fan, moog taurus pedals and an arp soloist would make me a VERY happy girl :-)

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Actually, there are some Taurus presets in the Mini Moog that are pretty spot on.
I can share some actual presets when I get home.  I've got a couple that I have tweaked to get into that "Tom Sawyer" growl & some of the stock RUSH Taurus Pedal presets.
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I've suggested the Moog Opus 3. Well, I'm not the only one who thinks it's the cat's knees, or is that the bee's pajamas

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=automatic+gainsay+opus+3

I've commented heavily on the videos. He hasn't got half of what this thing can do

I have PDF's of both the owner's and service manual. The latter would be useful to model it's synthesis method. To whom do I send them? Let me say, the user guide only scratches the surface about what it can do, but it does point you in several directions. The "chorus" is not really a chorus but some kind of phaser so that when you use it on "slow" it does not sound like a real chorus. Also the Opus 3 keyboard is a 16' rather than the usual 8' so a 61note KB oran Octave up switch would be a good idea, or a switch that gives you a +1 octave that can be run by itself or mixed wiht the noraml Opus 3 octave. What about adding the 5-1/3', 2-2/3' and 1-1/3 registers and a mono mode might do some good

Knowing what I do about Arturia, I expect to see some cute mods. like full 16', 8' and 4" availability of the sawtooth which would enable the "strings" to be used as organ "string" stops (highpass filter mode, CF about 40% down from the top and EMPH at about 60%,) at 3 footages and likewise the "brass" as organ brass or horn stops at 3 fottages, and a fully polyphonic mode like with the Solina V. Maybe set the Organ "tone" filter as a multimode resonant filter

I think the Kontakt version is a sample playback instrument
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