JJ_Jettflow wrote:Bump1 wrote:It didn't take away the ability to build a patch from scratch though. It just took away modulation patch points that would make it harder to sound like you were farting into a portable fan.
Neither does Syntronik. What is the difference if you edit a patch or build one from scratch. Since in Syntronik you can edit the patches, what is stopping you from taking a patch that has the oscillators in it that you want and then adding the filter of your choice, since all filters are accessible in all presets and all models, and creating your patch that way??
Ok not gonna argue it anymore because at the of the day...it's just my opinion. But I'm sure someone will not sweat $99 or $149 because it's burning a hole in their pocket anyway....and maybe they just don't care to program synths..and that's EXACTLY who IK is targeting. I just wish they had offered something GREAT...and this is not it.
Editing from a preset is not the same as from an init patch....it's just not.
They had a legitimate opportunity to snag some market share from Spectrasonics...if they just modeled the oscillators or just sampled the oscillators for wavetables.
They already have a leg up on Omnisphere 2 with the modeled filters....if they are GOOD.
But they just dropped the ball with this one.