wagtunes wrote: Lotuzia wrote:
wagtunes wrote:Not really into drum machines but a few days ago, while flipping around YouTube looking for PolyM demos, I stumbled upon a demo Lotuzia did with this thing.
All I can say is, wow. Very, very cool drum machine. Quite honestly, I have never seen anything so versatile in my life and at the same time so intuitively easy.
If I was into drum machines, I'd probably buy this thing. Actually, one day when I have some extra cash to spend (yeah, like that ever happens LOL) I might still get this thing.
Lotuzia, great job on the demo and showing what this thing can do.
And more (much more) will come for StiX over time. I'm working on this atm.
Are you saying there's going to be updates to the software or more demos? Just want to clarify.
Also, loving this more and more each time I listen to it. The flexibility of this thing is mind blowing.
Puts drum machines of the 80s to shame.
Well there's a point update atm ( still in beta, but public beta)
I mean more features, and exceptional content, ie not only the usual and already served a hundred times vintage units, but rare to very rare AND interesting material.
New demos will probably be needed to showcase all this though. Tbh, I'm under the feeling that additional demos would also be welcomed usefull to help people understanding some of the things that are already there in StiX, and how they are unique and can serve musicians.