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Applied Acoustics

felis
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162 posts since 25 Jul, 2009

Postby felis; Tue Jun 27, 2017 9:30 am Applied Acoustics

They've got their summer sale going on now:

https://www.applied-acoustics.com/

They've got some pretty nice stuff.
1eqinfinity
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32 posts since 29 Apr, 2012

Postby 1eqinfinity; Tue Jun 27, 2017 10:00 am Re: Applied Acoustics

Their Ultra Analog is beautiful. I use is quite often for my music and enjoy just playing it.
functionform
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4 posts since 13 May, 2017

Postby functionform; Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:15 am Re: Applied Acoustics

Side note: if Richard Devine literally shows up everywhere and endorses a product, are any of them worth endorsing?
pottering
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427 posts since 14 Dec, 2014

Postby pottering; Thu Jun 29, 2017 3:32 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

functionform wrote:Side note: if Richard Devine literally shows up everywhere and endorses a product, are any of them worth endorsing?


Richard Devine is not "endorsing" anything, AAS sells his presets, it is his own work.
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Michael L
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1576 posts since 25 Jan, 2014, from the End of the World as we Knowit

Postby Michael L; Thu Jun 29, 2017 4:27 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

BTW I find Devine's AAS presets are quite good!
"As the artist goes deeper into his own thing, he learns what works and then needs fewer tools."
krandr
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365 posts since 30 Jun, 2011

Postby krandr; Thu Jun 29, 2017 11:00 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

Tassman 4 is still 32bit only for OSX and uses bit bridge :x
felis
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162 posts since 25 Jul, 2009

Postby felis; Fri Jun 30, 2017 2:38 am Re: Applied Acoustics

Tassman is the clunker of the bunch, as far as useablility goes. It's a great synth, but sadly in need of updating.
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Michael L
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Postby Michael L; Fri Jun 30, 2017 3:57 am Re: Applied Acoustics

felis wrote:Tassman is the clunker of the bunch
Ha, ha! So true. I really love the sound, but there's officially no hope on the horizon for an update. The rest have been updated and are easy to program once you rtfm to understand PM.
"As the artist goes deeper into his own thing, he learns what works and then needs fewer tools."
krandr
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365 posts since 30 Jun, 2011

Postby krandr; Fri Jun 30, 2017 4:05 am Re: Applied Acoustics

Michael L wrote:
felis wrote:Tassman is the clunker of the bunch
Ha, ha! So true. I really love the sound, but there's officially no hope on the horizon for an update.

I can see it. :party:
According to WWDC 2017 32bit support should be dropped starting from OSX 10.14
realmarco
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2093 posts since 29 Jul, 2001, from montreal, quebec,canada

Postby realmarco; Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:37 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

ultra-analog is certainly very good

but i dunno maybe its bug but sometimes i get lost and seems OSC 2 stops getting affected by the knobs

Fortunately if u have had swatches for a long time and have had patience you've pretty much got all the Sound-banks that have been free during Xmass

they can be loaded in ultra-analogue to be further editing

one thing i don't like is the Arp Step SeQ ...u cannot Save the Patterns independently of the Sound preset
If your plugin is a Synth-edit/synth-maker creation, Say So.
If not Make a Mac version of your Plugins Please.

https://soundcloud.com/realmarco

...everyone is out to get me!!!!!!!
AlesisVi61
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322 posts since 16 Sep, 2014

Postby AlesisVi61; Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:01 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

I like Ultra Analogue...for it's simple and logical layout and it does have a fun sort of hands-on-rompler quality to it.I also like the unique merging of string modeling and synthesis...but there is nothing "Ultra" about the analog end of things.
I had seriously considered buying it since it's on sale(just to have it in my collection,for when I am in the mood to tinker with it)...but really,there is nothing in any of the presets that blows me away and when I decided to take advantage of LennarDigital's Sylenth1 payment plan I then thought...why in the bloody hell,would I want AAS's Ultra Analog :?: ...when in fact,Sylenth1 is truly the ultimate in Analog(in my opinion)...as virtually every preset in Sylenth1 is amazingly inspiring.
acYm
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416 posts since 11 Sep, 2015

Postby acYm; Sun Jul 16, 2017 7:03 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

it's just a different vibe, UA-1 has fixed routing and sylenth has a mod matrix.
for me with a control surface, it has an advantage, but sylenth does sound better. that's what it was designed to do - sound closer to the well known like-a-record sound than these older vst's like UA, z3ta+ and such.
Sparky77
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676 posts since 29 Sep, 2006

Postby Sparky77; Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:33 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

String Studio 2 and Chromaphone 2.
Brilliant stuff!
--After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.

-Aldous Huxley
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mcnoone
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5982 posts since 8 Oct, 2007, from an inharmonious society

Postby mcnoone; Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:23 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

I wanted to upgrade my string studiov1 to v2 but just realized that both my account info and password are lost due to me backing up windows10 on the usb that I had saved them to without realizing that creating a system boot on the usb would delete everything on it.
Lost a lot more too.
Oh well... :cry:
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Muziksculp
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1458 posts since 23 Sep, 2005

Postby Muziksculp; Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:51 pm Re: Applied Acoustics

AAS Strum GS-2 is cool, and handy to have as well.
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