BlackWinny wrote: gentleclockdivider wrote:
BlackWinny wrote:Simply different.
With TAL-Mod I get some sounds I can get from TAL-U-NO-LX, but not everything, far from it ! And TAL-Mod can provide sounds which are also totally different that I can't get and will never get from TAL-U-NO-LX.
So I'm very happy to have both.
If you want to emulate tal uno with talmod , its important to enable the 'trig on talmod's osc and adjust osc .phase .
The envelope also behaves differently , I prefer tal uno x by a longshot ...they are snappier
I don't even try myself to emulate TAL-U-NO-LX by TAL-Mod.
It's funny, by the way... trying to emulate a software plugin by another software plugin.
And both from the same developer in addition.
So no, myself I don't even take any time to that. If I want TAL-U-NO-LX sounds (meaning Roland Juno-60 sounds) I use TAL-U-NO-LX.
It would be mad from Patrick to produce a synth which emulates another of his own synth.
The best is to have both. TAL-U-NO-LX to reproduce specifically the Roland Juno-60 sounds. And TAL-Mod to create other types of sounds.
And that's what I do.
TAL-U-NO-LX and Tal-Mod are very different synths.
TAL-U-NO-LX is an emulation of the Juno 60.
As such, it has very nice retro quality about it, great for pads, bass, leads, etc.
TAL-Mod has a ton of modulation possibilities which make it capable of a broader range of sounds.
This enables deeper programming that can result in some outstanding results.
I am finding that TAL-Mod can make some very interesting and unique sounds.
Not just your basic pads, bass and leads, but also atmospheres, Fx, drones and some very cool Arps.
It can cover a broad range of sounds and styles and remain sounding analog unlike many of the current synths that have deep modulation routing capabilities.
Some Examples (All presets - "Power of Sound"
):https://soundcloud.com/vintage-synth-pa ... or-tal-modhttps://soundcloud.com/vintage-synth-pa ... resets-for