I hope it will be sound good u can see on the pro-53 manual in page 13 .
The operation of synthesis engine of the PRO-53 is so close to the famous Prophet-5, that it can even receive the old MIDI System Exclusive preset dump format and reproduce the sounds faithfully.
To send the current sound from a Prophet-5 with a built-in Sequential Circuits MIDI interface, press the Programmer button 2 while holding down the Record button. Then you need to press any note on the keyboard. If the Prophet-5 is correctly connected to a computer running the standalone PRO-53, its knobs and buttons will move corresponding to the transmitted sound. All you need to do then is give the sound a proper name and store it in the PRO-53’s memory and/or as a file."That it's so close to the famous Prophet-5.And more on page 5 :
"The Sequential Circuits Prophet-5 provided a standard for fat, deep and smooth synthetic sounds. Engineers at Native Instruments carried out a detailed analysis of its analog circuitry and developed a digital equivalent incorporating all salient features even down to the waveform of the A-440 test tone.
The Native Instruments PRO-53 combines the sonic properties of the unique Prophet-5 with the flexibility of software. In addition to the features of the original, the PRO-53 has:
No fixed limit on polyphony.
Increased preset storage.
MIDI automation of all parameters"funny one on page 6:
"If you are familiar with classic 80’s synthesizers, you will probably feel at home with the PRO-53. However, when using this software, there are a few new rules to follow:
It is unnecessary to directly connect the PRO-53 to your AC wall socket. It won’t help the sound, and could harm your computer. Modern technology allows Native Instrument to draw sufficient power directly from your computer’s power supply.
A “road case” for your PRO-53 is also unnecessary. We suggest that you place the installation CD in a safe place, but there is little danger of the synthesizer itself being damaged when moved between locations.
Do not attempt to remove the ground prong from the power plug. There isn’t a power plug. There isn’t a ground prong, either. If you are removing a ground prong from a power plug – it’s from something else… STOP NOW!!!"
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