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wagtunes
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11059 posts since 8 Oct, 2014

Postby wagtunes; Tue Apr 04, 2017 2:48 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

coincidental wrote:
wagtunes wrote:Of all my Kontakt libraries (and I do have some big ones that take about a minute) this one is the largest by far. The load is over 8 gig which is a good 4x plus larger than my 2nd largest library at about 1.8 gig. So the 5 minute load time actually makes sense mathematically. Still, that is a long time to load up a library.

You may have tried it already, but if you haven't then a batch resave (eg https://soundiron.com/pages/pro-tip-1-run-a-kontakt-batch-resave-on-your-libraries-to-speed-up-instrument-load-times) does sometimes produce dramatic improvements in loading times for larger libraries.


Yep, wrote company, tried it, worked. Thanks.
iPlogger
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663 posts since 27 Oct, 2011, from Pacific Northwest

Postby iPlogger; Tue Apr 04, 2017 5:39 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

Not that I'm spending very much time sound designing with it at the moment, but if I had to choose one, it's Omnisphere. I feel really comfortable in it. If I'm going to work on a new sound, Omnisphere is my goto synth. I've always wanted to learn the old version of Alchemy, but I've not spent the dedicated time I need to learn it.
TheCatBurglar
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100 posts since 8 Mar, 2017, from Kathmandu

Postby TheCatBurglar; Wed Apr 05, 2017 12:11 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

ommarunn ;)
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greg12000
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26 posts since 27 Jan, 2017

Postby greg12000; Wed Apr 05, 2017 10:28 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

Lush101 from D16.
Trying to make for fatter / deeper sounds with its layers. Love it so far.
Amram
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432 posts since 12 Jan, 2013, from Foolish Shepherd = God

Postby Amram; Wed Apr 05, 2017 11:50 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

Nord lead 4 keyboard
Pulsar 900

I must say i really love the nord sound .
Now i am trying to learn modular synth with pulsar 900 .
Richard deHove
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246 posts since 22 Mar, 2016

Postby Richard deHove; Wed Apr 05, 2017 2:29 pm Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

ArcSyn - it really specializes in weirdness. Loads of fun.
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masterhiggins
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1728 posts since 30 Dec, 2004, from People's Republic of Minnesota

Postby masterhiggins; Wed Apr 05, 2017 11:47 pm Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

Now, mainly Cypher 2 and Virta
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pdxindy
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13150 posts since 2 Feb, 2005, from in the wilds

Postby pdxindy; Thu Apr 06, 2017 12:26 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

masterhiggins wrote:Now, mainly Cypher 2 and Virta


Cypher 2 - what's up with it? I thought it has yet to see the light of day? or are you a beta tester?
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masterhiggins
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1728 posts since 30 Dec, 2004, from People's Republic of Minnesota

Postby masterhiggins; Thu Apr 06, 2017 6:39 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

pdxindy wrote:
masterhiggins wrote:Now, mainly Cypher 2 and Virta


Cypher 2 - what's up with it? I thought it has yet to see the light of day? or are you a beta tester?


Beta tester.
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EnGee
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4416 posts since 7 Oct, 2005, from NZ

Postby EnGee; Sat Apr 29, 2017 5:29 pm Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

I finished reading the manual of Massive :D It was a great read and almost everything is clear to me now. The manual needs to be updated though, many minor things (labels, positions) have changed, but anyway the core info is very useful. I feel in control now for this great synth :) Still of course I need to practice, but I want to concentrate on using this synth and ... Diva.

Yes, Diva will be next. I hope the manual would be enough (as was the case with Massive). I believe Diva and Massive can cover 90% of my synthesis need. I'm so happy to have them both :D

Win 10 Ryzen 5 1600x PC with Reason 10, Cubase 9 Pro, FL Studio 12 & Reaper 5, nektar P4, Casio PX-5S, AudioBox iTwo and Yamaha HS7
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layzer
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5149 posts since 11 Jun, 2006

Postby layzer; Sun Apr 30, 2017 8:08 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

Rcl wrote:Charlatan ...Again. Over the past year my knowledge has increased so I went back to some of the ones I started with to test out a new perspective. I am so amazed at how good this thing sounds. It almost makes me want to ask for a HW version of it. I put of some bass patches a few years ago and will be uploading a full bank soon.


Charlatan is a bass beast :troll:
HW SYNTHS [KORG T2EX - AKAI AX80 - YAMAHA SY77 - ENSONIQ VFX]
HW MODULES [OBi M1000 - ROLAND MKS-50 - ROLAND JV880 - KURZ 1000PX]
SW [CHARLATAN - OBXD - OXE - ELEKTRO - MICROTERA - M1 - SURGE - RMiV]
DAW [ENERGY XT2/1U RACK WINXP / MAUDIO 1010LT PCI]
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thecontrolcentre
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22094 posts since 27 Jul, 2005, from the wilds of wanny

Postby thecontrolcentre; Sun Apr 30, 2017 8:15 am Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

Repro-1, Synthmaster 1 & LuSH-101 ...
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RamblinWreck
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51 posts since 20 Nov, 2016

Postby RamblinWreck; Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:49 pm Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

I've been learning ACE and Bazille lately (with help from some good advice I've gotten here). I love the idea of modular synths, so I figured semi-modular was a good place to start. Bazille has been especially fun, since it has somewhat different approaches to even the typical synth parts, like its oscillators and LFOs.
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wagtunes
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11059 posts since 8 Oct, 2014

Postby wagtunes; Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:49 pm Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

Well, it's a new month and I'm toying with VirtualCZ and Prophet VS, two synths that I think don't get nearly enough love.
egbert101
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2046 posts since 13 Jun, 2014

Postby egbert101; Sun Apr 30, 2017 2:34 pm Re: Which synth you are learning or sound designing for now?

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