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Kyma & Its Alternatives

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KVRist
 
320 posts since 9 Jul, 2012

Postby secretkillerofnames; Sun Jan 19, 2014 2:58 pm Re: Kyma & Its Alternatives

Scot Solida wrote: tracked Kyma's playback of each MIDI track onto a new track.



OK so to clarify my question - did you layer each track one at a time or simultaneously? Is the Kyma multitimbral to this degree?
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Postby Scot Solida; Sun Jan 19, 2014 4:16 pm Re: Kyma & Its Alternatives

Oh I get what you're asking. Yeah, it was multitracked. You can, of course, do multitimbral stuff in Kyma, but I didn't do that here. Each Kyma synth was tracked individually on that song (though some of the sounds I made were inherently multitimbral - for instance the Dual WaveState synth in the picture has two independent wavesequencers, and I used that synth for nearly all of the rhythmic beats and sequences).
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KVRist
 
320 posts since 9 Jul, 2012

Postby secretkillerofnames; Sun Jan 19, 2014 5:53 pm Re: Kyma & Its Alternatives

Interesting. Thanks for the info.
KVRist
 
78 posts since 18 Dec, 2006

Postby jackmazzotti; Sun Jan 19, 2014 7:44 pm Re: Kyma & Its Alternatives

Great work Scot! Thank you!
KVRian
 
637 posts since 6 Nov, 2006

Postby dayjob; Sun Feb 02, 2014 2:38 am Re:

Syncretia wrote:Win! I just found a module in Kyma which allows me to force the harmonic content of any input to a given pitch. It means that I can take the timbre of a given sample and play it like a synth. Fantastic! I've been wanting to do that for a long time.



so, anymore fun discoveries? how's the kyma relationship going?
KVRist
 
248 posts since 15 Nov, 2005

Postby Audiority; Sun Feb 02, 2014 5:24 am Re: Kyma & Its Alternatives

Just got the Pacarana in my flithy hands :) Outer world, goodbye!
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KVRist
 
78 posts since 18 Dec, 2006

Postby jackmazzotti; Sun Feb 02, 2014 8:37 am Re: Re:

dayjob wrote:
Syncretia wrote:Win! I just found a module in Kyma which allows me to force the harmonic content of any input to a given pitch. It means that I can take the timbre of a given sample and play it like a synth. Fantastic! I've been wanting to do that for a long time.



so, anymore fun discoveries? how's the kyma relationship going?


what module does that?
KVRer
 
3 posts since 22 Dec, 2013, from UK

Postby noobAudioJunky; Fri Feb 14, 2014 10:20 am Re:

Syncretia wrote:Awesome! Just finished this tune with Skanner XT!

http://soundcloud.com/syncretia/tempest


HOW?

Is there morphing going on? If so, pre-recorded samples or irrelevent (live capture) any filetypes supported?

controlled live? with MIDI?

What instruments?

(pictures paint thousands of words... screen captures... )

In your boat mate, thought I "needed"Kyma, now looking at other options, for "building" morphs...

thanks for the inspiration, amazingly crisp soundcloud playback on my XPS :D
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