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Percumat and Plutonia

Official support for: hgf-synthesizer.com

Moderators: Meffy, Shabdahbriah, dnekm, Fortune

KVRer
 
17 posts since 6 May, 2010, from Bologna (Italy)

Postby cormi; Fri Feb 22, 2013 11:44 pm Percumat and Plutonia

At least I discovered two great synths!

Percumat is a complex (complex for me) drum machine, but very efficient in fact.

Plutonia revealed unexpected effects.

So I built a sound I like a lot and I posted the link in Music Cafe:

http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=5258632#5258632

It is a modest and imbarrassing homage to the Carlos Santana's lead guitar, emulated only in the intent and not in fact, as I wrote in the original message here above.


Perhaps you put Percumat and Plutonia a little bit aside?
It's not been a good idea, surely a careless mistake. :)

Please reader, discover it again.

Thank you, H.G.Fortune.

cormi
KVRer
 
29 posts since 22 Jul, 2011

Postby zag4139@comcast.net; Wed Nov 20, 2013 2:03 pm

Hg

Just wanted to tell you how powerful and effective percumat is as a drum machine.
The more I experiment with it I learn its strengths and limits which are normally mine and not the vst.
I have purchased a lot of your synths and recently the Tiger is one of the most powerful for me.
I hope others try Percumat and give it some time to click, they drum machines may harder to understand
versus synths.
Any chance for an upgrade or programming newer patch banks?
Would recommend as a pay for product instead of donationware.
Thanks for all of you great contributions to synths.
KVRist
 
49 posts since 26 Mar, 2010

Postby pauleamca; Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:52 am

zag4139@co
have a look on hgf-synthesizer.com pulldown free patches. There is a bank for PM2 done by me. … and make a test in Drum Burst, an also free drummer by HG-Fortune.

pauleamca
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29 posts since 22 Jul, 2011

Postby zag4139@comcast.net; Fri Nov 22, 2013 2:20 pm

[quote="pauleamca"]zag4139@co
have a look on hgf-synthesizer.com pulldown free patches. There is a bank for PM2 done by me. … and make a test in Drum Burst, an also free drummer by HG-Fortune.

pauleamca[/quote]

Thanks
I will check out your patch banks.
I appreciate the feedback and patches.
I downloaded Drumburst but haven't got my head around this one yet.
Percumat was that way a little at first but the more I experiment and use it the more I am impressed with it.
Didn't start using it until maybe a year ago.
I supported HG by buying a lot of his most recent instruments as I know Percumat was donationware.

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