by sdv; Wed Nov 16, 2005 2:23 pm
I really prefer using microtuning on synths which have 'preview bars'; z3ta and absynth have this capability (as well as metasynth where the whole pallete is a preview bar).
What I like to do is record the sound of playing the preview bar as it aloows for more of the subtle nature of the scale.
by tconrardy; Fri Nov 18, 2005 12:31 pm
Maybe the docs there will help
But, Microtonaility for Kubik would be VERY Cool!
by sdv; Fri Nov 18, 2005 12:59 pm
Concretefx wrote:Hi there
I'm not sure , maybe . Does any one know any good documentations at the .tun system ?
Well, Paul of zynaddsubfx here at KVR has open-sourced his VST and it includes microtuning via Scala so perhaps there is some library/code from this project which is useful;
Maybe post a question to the Zynaddsubfx forum as well??
Oh, I also just thought about TobyBear's microtonal support VSTi, I should give that a try as well.
There has to be a library of how to do this as there are so many synths these days with this feature. Might be a good idea to learn about this Jon and try it out on your old time users before putting it in any new RPFX synths.
In my mind I like to think this would take the Kubik sound even further "out there" (like it does in Metasynth, oh man... you have no idea), but I wonder if the tuning makes that much of a difference in wave-morphing synths??
by 833-45; Sat Nov 19, 2005 12:17 am
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by tamahome; Wed May 10, 2006 9:09 pm
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note 0= 0.000000
note 1= 100.000000
note 2= 200.000000
note 125= 12500.000000
note 126= 12600.000000
note 127= 12700.000000
It doesn't seem like you can unmap any keys?
by sdv; Thu Sep 07, 2006 2:49 pm
has a Delphi CLASS for microtuning.
I think development on Kubik is over with but how I'd love (in theory as I don't know how it would actually sound) for the K to go micro. There's a fella who recently put out a 1000 wavetables (created in Metasynth)library for Abynth... I'd like for him to offer those in Kubik format as well.
Such a fine synth and it's too bad more won't be done with it.
by terriandralph; Sat Feb 02, 2013 10:13 am
I am always on the lookout for microtunable instruments, and I found out that the Waldorf Microwave was microtunable. However, it has been a long time since I have used hardware, and I'm still debating if I really want to go back down that road again (although I really do love the sound of the Microwave.) At any rate, I did some looking on KVR and Kubik came up quite frequently as a vst option for the Microwave. So I decided to download the demo and check things out for myself. The thing is that I've really gotten to like the sound of Kubik for what it is (aside from its comparison to the Microwave.) Also, I am coming up with sounds I have not been able to create with other vsts (although in truth this might be due to how easy it is for me to tweak the presets in Kubik to my liking as opposed to other vsts.) Many thanks for designing a quality instrument.
I am really hoping you can find the time to do the microtuning for Kubik. Otherwise, I'll probably do the next best thing and purchase Kubik so I can sample the sounds and run it through Kontakt or something like that.
Again, thanks for your prompt response.