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One-Synth-Challenge 47: Bazille - Submissions and gossip

VST, AU, etc. plug-in Virtual Instruments discussion

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photonic
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288 posts since 5 Mar, 2011, from Austria

Postby photonic; Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:23 am

WOW, what a complex instrument!

One month is not too much time to learn to control this monster. I played a while now with this synth and is definitely made for sound designers.
But when I played some sounds polyphonic, the CPU was hugh, like in Diva. Is there anywhere a quality setting like in Diva. I think Bazille is allways in Devine-mode!
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pdxindy
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8762 posts since 2 Feb, 2005, from in the wilds

Postby pdxindy; Sun Dec 02, 2012 10:32 am

photonic wrote:WOW, what a complex instrument!

One month is not too much time to learn to control this monster. I played a while now with this synth and is definitely made for sound designers.
But when I played some sounds polyphonic, the CPU was hugh, like in Diva. Is there anywhere a quality setting like in Diva. I think Bazille is allways in Devine-mode!


No quality setting yet... and no multicore support either... it requires some rendering/freezing... but there is no other synth like Bazille!
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SKYZONE
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177 posts since 25 May, 2006

Postby SKYZONE; Sun Dec 02, 2012 11:13 am

Holly sh..... is there any computer who can cope with this CPU monster can anybody tell me what computer hardware you need to play that monster mine start to conplain and i have load only one bazille vst ah... have to sample a lot.

Fabrizio :help:
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solidtrax
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480 posts since 6 Nov, 2011, from The Netherlands

Postby solidtrax; Sun Dec 02, 2012 11:26 am

Whow this is a great little modular! So easy to patch that you sometimes forget to save a preset ;-)

GL to every one!
Teezdalien
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143 posts since 29 Aug, 2011, from Melbourne, Vic, Australia

Postby Teezdalien; Sun Dec 02, 2012 11:54 am

I'd very much like to participate in this challenge, but am just wondering why we can't bounce down kick and percussion sounds that are made with bazille?
I understand it's a synth challenge and all but this would save a lot on cpu demand and the patches could be provided.
Bjulin
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216 posts since 16 Mar, 2005, from Nürnberg, Germany

Postby Bjulin; Sun Dec 02, 2012 12:02 pm

We can bounce percussions and stuff, if it is for cpusaving purposes!

Since the idea behind is to get the best out of the synth, there is sense to not bounce a kick, just to make it constant...

...but if it is for cpu-saving, feel free to bounce it! ;)
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V'ger
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Postby V'ger; Sun Dec 02, 2012 12:24 pm

Exactly as you say. :tu:

Yes Bazille sure is a CPU muncher, but all part of the challenge. There's no denying it sounds great though and hopefully some will break their duck with modular synthesis and find it not as daunting as it might seem.
adagiocm
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Postby adagiocm; Sun Dec 02, 2012 12:28 pm

SKYZONE wrote:Holly sh..... is there any computer who can cope with this CPU monster can anybody tell me what computer hardware you need to play that monster mine start to conplain and i have load only one bazille vst ah... have to sample a lot.

Fabrizio :help:
I think this month we will all need to resort to bouncing/freezing/sampling or whatever else your DAW calls the feature :(

I'm just glad I upgraded my computer a few months ago, and it seems to handle at least a few instances of this monster. But I had never seen the CPU indicator go nearly as high before on this machine, ever. It is an i7-3820 processor (quad-core with hyperthreading and turbo enabled, base frequency 3.6GHz).

It sounds really good though, and I love the flexibility of being able to route any output to any input. There is no distinction of audio vs. control signals, so for example you can even use some of the oscillators as very complex LFOs, or do other crazy things like that. This month will be a really good learning opportunity for me on modular synthesis.
Teezdalien
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Postby Teezdalien; Sun Dec 02, 2012 12:34 pm

Bjulin wrote:We can bounce percussions and stuff, if it is for cpusaving purposes!

Since the idea behind is to get the best out of the synth, there is sense to not bounce a kick, just to make it constant...

...but if it is for cpu-saving, feel free to bounce it! ;)


Thanks for clearing that up for me. I was a bit unsure after reading through the rules. Looks like I'll be participating then :)
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SKYZONE
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Postby SKYZONE; Mon Dec 03, 2012 11:10 am

adagiocm wrote:
SKYZONE wrote:Holly sh..... is there any computer who can cope with this CPU monster can anybody tell me what computer hardware you need to play that monster mine start to conplain and i have load only one bazille vst ah... have to sample a lot.

Fabrizio :help:
I think this month we will all need to resort to bouncing/freezing/sampling or whatever else your DAW calls the feature :(

I'm just glad I upgraded my computer a few months ago, and it seems to handle at least a few instances of this monster. But I had never seen the CPU indicator go nearly as high before on this machine, ever. It is an i7-3820 processor (quad-core with hyperthreading and turbo enabled, base frequency 3.6GHz).

It sounds really good though, and I love the flexibility of being able to route any output to any input. There is no distinction of audio vs. control signals, so for example you can even use some of the oscillators as very complex LFOs, or do other crazy things like that. This month will be a really good learning opportunity for me on modular synthesis.


Thanks Adagiocm is a great honest help !! :wink:
adagiocm
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Postby adagiocm; Mon Dec 03, 2012 4:47 pm

No problem Fabrizio. I didn't think I was able to offer much help though :?
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Aiynzahev
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2947 posts since 29 Jun, 2011, from USA

Postby Aiynzahev; Mon Dec 03, 2012 5:14 pm

Hey guys

Got recommendations for a good vintage style 64-bit freeware EQ?

Also don't forget Klanghelm free compressor, its ace.

http://www.klanghelm.com/DC1A.html
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adagiocm
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Postby adagiocm; Tue Dec 04, 2012 12:14 am

Hey Aiyn,

I don't know of any EQ that meets all 3 of your criteria (vintage style, free, 64-bit). There are certainly quite a few that are 32-bit as I'm sure you also know. I've been using a bunch of 32-bit plugins in Sonar-x64 without any problems.

In the 64-bit realm, I've recently discovered the Blue Cat Triple EQ, and I quite like it. It is not vintage style by any means, but it has some nice features, sounds good, and is nicely automatable without any sound artifacts.
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V'ger
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Postby V'ger; Tue Dec 04, 2012 1:40 am

Aiynzahev wrote:Got recommendations for a good vintage style 64-bit freeware EQ?
Kuassa basiQ maybe?
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Aiynzahev
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Postby Aiynzahev; Tue Dec 04, 2012 4:54 am

V'ger wrote:
Aiynzahev wrote:Got recommendations for a good vintage style 64-bit freeware EQ?
Kuassa basiQ maybe?


wow how did I miss this one? Baxter was the only EQ of this kind I knew about in freeware!

I love Baxandall style EQs if Baxter and Tube Sat are anything to go by.

I definitely prefer preset curve configurations to paragraphic eqs.

Thanks
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