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buy diva or jp6k?

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

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KVRist
 
195 posts since 13 Apr, 2008, from Charleston, SC
    

Postby thejonsolo; Thu Dec 19, 2013 6:32 pm

This site loves them some uhe. But I do too...
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KVRAF
 
5414 posts since 21 Nov, 2000, from Southern California
 

Postby Uncle E; Thu Dec 19, 2013 6:52 pm

Fingerpushers makes a really cool Kontakt library of Virus plucks:

http://www.fingerpushers.com/infected-- ... sizer.html

They've also got an interesting collection of Supersaw samples:

http://www.fingerpushers.com/superstruc ... sizer.html

Then there's a collection of analog stabs sampled into an Akai S1100 and an Ensoniq EPS:

http://www.fingerpushers.com/analog-sta ... dirty.html

Finally, they've got a bunch of free sample sets, including more stabs, an Ensoniq ASR, a Virus sampled through an E-mu E4, and uTonic sampled through an old Casio FZ:

http://www.fingerpushers.com/free-stuff.html

I'm a fan of the Fingerpusher stuff. The sample sets are light and easy to navigate, and he always throws in something interesting to set them apart from other libraries.
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KVRAF
 
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Postby bailees7irish; Thu Dec 19, 2013 7:08 pm

Examigan wrote:
SWallace wrote:
bailees7irish wrote: :roll: :shrug: :zzz:


Agreed. :hihi:



Is that guy serious? :roll:


That guy? Me? :P
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KVRAF
 
2545 posts since 15 Sep, 2005, from Connecticut, USA

Postby Examigan; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:24 am

bailees7irish wrote:
Examigan wrote:
SWallace wrote:
bailees7irish wrote: :roll: :shrug: :zzz:


Agreed. :hihi:



Is that guy serious? :roll:


That guy? Me? :P


No, sorry about that, I meant "blue-eyed"
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KVRAF
 
2545 posts since 15 Sep, 2005, from Connecticut, USA

Postby Examigan; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:27 am

Blue-eyed Blonde Ape wrote: ...before you click play let me warn you that the sh** that comes out of my head is way different to your mere mortal copy paste crap.



:hihi:

Gotta be kidding..
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Postby jethrobull; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:32 am

Blue-eyed Blonde Ape wrote:
robindrieghe wrote:i like the pluck sounds in jp6k but its a bit a one trick pony right...

Diva is "a bit" more expensive for "plucks" haha. I guess You like digital things your hear in a beatport crap galore most likely, when diva is out of place in that case, because massive, sylenth, shitty drum samples and brainless compression rules the charts.
"Brainless compression = Hi, guys where can I get some presets for vocals and drums for this compressor ?"
:lol: :lol: :lol:
Anyway Diva is one of the best vstis, but if you're into that shitty sound then go with jp6k, and spare the rest money to waste it on some dumbass girlfriend, brainlessly dancing to that crap.
Crap is the fad.
The price point is so f***ing different that I've no f99999ing clue why wtf you even ask it, unless you want jp6k and just want some confirmation that it's ok.
It's ok brother :lol:
What's up "producers", it does hurt, doesn't it ? :help:
well.....I don't care :o for real :shock: omg he don't care :-o
peace :lol:
Diva can do any plucks you want, but before you click play let me warn you that the sh** that comes out of my head is way different to your mere mortal copy paste crap.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2q3Fq4WTng

Wow ,you really know your SHIT man..(or woman) :hihi:
Have you ever tried typing a sentence without swearing? :roll:
All the audience cares about is being fed a stream of songs that they know and can sing along to.
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KVRAF
 
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Postby macmurphy; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:39 am

Examigan wrote:
Blue-eyed Blonde Ape wrote: ...before you click play let me warn you that the sh** that comes out of my head is way different to your mere mortal copy paste crap.



:hihi:

Gotta be kidding..


yeah that copy paste comment made me anticipate something wonderfully experimental.

:shrug:
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KVRist
 
274 posts since 19 Nov, 2013, from Abandoned Spaceship

Postby Blue-eyed Blonde Ape; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:43 am

Tricky-Loops wrote:
Blue-eyed Blonde Ape wrote:I'm not quite apt with you earth dwellers.
Which planet did you come from? :help:

I don't know, I'm hanging above the earth in an abandoned spaceship, my parents left me there since I was a kid :help:
About seriousness
well what does a song title and sounds in it say to you ? "Monkey's first love was a Geiger counter" The whole video is some radioactive mess with pumping heart. I like it though.
To me it associated with that avarage crap on a radio and difference I was having in mind are it's "brave"haha childish arrangement, selection of sounds, because "producers" in question they try to squeeze everything they can out of their crap without admitting or realizing that they produce worst crap on a planet earth, while I took that crap and twisted it in an "arty" way, a way it was amusing for me. hahha and that's 30 minutes worth of work (including making presets from scratch) for presets demo, suicidal demo that is, since I can allow myself this sort of embarkments on suicidal missions.
90's yeah That's because I'm at odds with "stereo", btw that's another thing which annoys in that beatport crap, is that f***ing stereo all lover the place, as if they're trying to make up for a lack of ability to produce properly with "stereo spreading", there's plenty of 80's tracks which make a good use of stereo, but not these "producers" taught by insane amount of video tutorials and former toilet cleaners.
Definition of crap:
I've found it on forums here, some guy was asking how to master his song "insanely loud and clean" like example below
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeQ31jQNAVI

Back again to some other important matters
jeez guys, help me out here, should I buy a shed or a house ?
no, it can't be both, a house with a shed is a house with one shed to much :help:
No it doesn't matter that the price point difference is so f****ing insane, because it can't be both, I'm a producers I know what I want, and can make my judgment with my ears, though no, I'm too good charts topping producer to waste my ears on such a judgement, so I shall ask you guys to decide for me :hyper:
I've what ? almost 8 years of a production "experience" ? so I'm clearly still not ready for such decisions on my own.

jeez, let me think about..., mmmm... I think you should go with a house, you can build a shed later, a house comes with a lot of more "tricks inside a box"
though if you only need a shed then go with a shed, it serves it's shed porpoises very well.
Good morning Vietnam :borg:
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Postby Blue-eyed Blonde Ape; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:45 am

macmurphy wrote:
Examigan wrote:
Blue-eyed Blonde Ape wrote: ...before you click play let me warn you that the sh** that comes out of my head is way different to your mere mortal copy paste crap.



:hihi:

Gotta be kidding..


yeah that copy paste comment made me anticipate something wonderfully experimental.

:shrug:

experiment to your pleasure haha
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIl625BzyAw

Edit:
you're right I'm high, high above the earth, I feel so elevated in my spaceship :hyper:
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KVRAF
 
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Postby macmurphy; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:49 am

Blue-eyed Blonde Ape wrote:
macmurphy wrote:
Examigan wrote:
Blue-eyed Blonde Ape wrote: ...before you click play let me warn you that the sh** that comes out of my head is way different to your mere mortal copy paste crap.



:hihi:

Gotta be kidding..


yeah that copy paste comment made me anticipate something wonderfully experimental.

:shrug:

experiment to your pleasure haha
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIl625BzyAw


experimental presets do not make a tune. some interesting sounds though.
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KVRist
 
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Postby Blue-eyed Blonde Ape; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:52 am

macmurphy wrote:
experimental presets do not make a tune. some interesting sounds though.

Then put them in a tune, hahaha
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xv17daXxpyg
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KVRAF
 
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Postby macmurphy; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:56 am

maybe i should have said experimental presets don't make an experimental tune.

ah sod it. whatever.
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KVRist
 
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Postby Blue-eyed Blonde Ape; Fri Dec 20, 2013 3:09 am

macmurphy wrote:maybe i should have said experimental presets don't make an experimental tune.

ah sod it. whatever.

Here, dance to your souls pleasure my little wonderful earth dweller lol
https://soundcloud.com/blue-eyedblondeape/diva-crackle

https://soundcloud.com/blue-eyedblondeape/main/s-2h6wP
Soundbanks for Sylenth1, Massive, lush-101, Zebra2, Diva, Monark, DCAM Here and Here
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Postby Uncle E; Fri Dec 20, 2013 8:47 am

Blue-eyed Blonde Ape wrote:Then put them in a tune, hahaha
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xv17daXxpyg


It's pretty good. It's still not too different from the copy-paste stuff you complain about. Anyway, I loved the Vangelis homage, you got some great sounds out of DCAM. DCAM is still one of my favorites for analog pads.
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Postby Blue-eyed Blonde Ape; Fri Dec 20, 2013 2:17 pm

When saying copy paste I refer to a bunch of things thrown in together and carelessly squashed and most importantly without any style whatsoever just another generic sausage sounding indistinguishable from other sausages as if it was copy/pasted. E.g, I love the way Benassi (most likely his uncle though) squashes all possible live out of tracks, because he does it with a style/technique, that's why I don't care if it's squashed or not because I feel the style.

Yeah for pads DCAM has that vintage feel to it, and cypher sounds very "electronically alive" great for various keys.

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