Couple of vintage synth emulations
Just one. Legend was the firstborn from that "couple". Now we need to find out who's the junior
Memorymoog is unlikely to be next, because the MIDI kit still needs to be installed, and probably some other minor work needs to be done.
Anyway we have an OB-Xa here now, fully recapped/refurbished, sounds really amazing
That said pretty much those synths, i.e. the Memorymoog, Jupiter-8, Elka Synthex, Oberheim OB-XA and Prophet-600 (with the Gligli upgrade) are our favorites for future emulations. CS-80 too, though its weight, scarcity and complexity makes it less likely and less practical to emulate.
Aren't there at least three alternative emulations of this hardware, one of them being free?
AnX wrote:recursive one wrote:Aren't there at least three alternative emulations of this hardware, one of them being free?
I think they are OB X, not OB Xa.
the differences between OB-X and OB-Xa seem minor
I took a closer look at both, I'd expect them to sound rather similar, in certain aspects identical (both use the same env chips for instance). The interface is almost identical as well. At a quick glance it seems the OB-X has the extra XMOD whereas the OB-XA has the 4-pole filter in addition to the 2-pole filter, both useful.
nichttuntun wrote:Hi. interesting positions. Maybe I share my experience as a person who is practicing meditation for several years.
I experienced that the only thing the eye is able to see is form and colour. The only thing the ear is able to hear is sonic waves. Everything else is made up by the mind based on trained concepts. To make it simple. It's all an illusion. Due to this fact nearly no-one is able to see and hear thins as they really are. We see and hear concepts and we decide whether we like or dislike them on the base of preferences.
olikana wrote:instead of a new synth I'd like a Legend XL.
Pitch ENV (or OSC 1/2/3 to Filter ENV)
and maybe a couple more FX and ARP.
EnGee wrote:OBXa is a great choice
I also think of Korg MS-20! The hardware Is affordable and there is no a proper emulation for it (Korg's one is nice sounding but not very near to the real one). Korg, it seems, won't update the current one (not the GUI or sound), so an emulation by SA is going to be a hit