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Postby glokraw; Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:50 pm Re: IK MUltimedia UNO Synth

Hi, Peter, what was/is your listening setup? Are there some recommended setups/products that were used in the design phase?

Have you some anecdotal comparisons between playing into
a keyboard amp, or a daw input with large monitors?
Or a power amp into a PA etc?

Has Squids set up a filter sweep across the keys to enable
some finger drumming? :hyper:
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Postby Peter - IK Multimedia; Thu Jun 14, 2018 6:25 am Re: IK MUltimedia UNO Synth

glokraw wrote:Hi, Peter, what was/is your listening setup? Are there some recommended setups/products that were used in the design phase?

Have you some anecdotal comparisons between playing into
a keyboard amp, or a daw input with large monitors?
Or a power amp into a PA etc?

Has Squids set up a filter sweep across the keys to enable
some finger drumming? :hyper:
Cheers

My listening setup was through headphones at a desk for a good portion of the time but we also have a room set up at the US office where we can give presentations etc and there I (and, with more skill obviously, Erik Norlander) were playing through an Allen & Heath mixing board (can't recall the model) and I'll have to check what kind of power amp/speaker setup because I don't recall. Sounded great either way. I'll play through the DAW/monitors setup when I have a unit at home :)

Squids is here too, had a couple of great conversations with him, but I'll have to relay your idea to him about finger drumming. I also have to remember not to hit the UNO Synth surface too hard because it is cap-sense, which sounds silly but it something a lot of people find requires a little bit of adjustment time. Perhaps that's how I can improve my general technique and be able to play faster. Probably not, though.

I found the interface to be well-suited to the sequencer and arpeggiator and never really found myself wanting for a standard controller. I really thought I would but I didn't. Will I hook up a controller to mine when I have one full-time? Sure. Will I use it a lot? I'm betting not too much. I'll probably sit UNO Synth atop a controller or synth I already have and use its interface for the most part.
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Postby glokraw; Fri Jun 15, 2018 9:32 am Re: IK MUltimedia UNO Synth

Thanks for the info, I may put a UNO on top of
an ART SGX2000, and run that through Amplitube,
output to a Fender GT40 amp (semi FRFR stereo speakers,
and even more modeling candies)

And when is SonikSynth3 coming out? A lot of Squids sampling
work needs to get re-upped in a shiny evil twin to SampleTank3
...just a low-rent opinion :wink:
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Postby Peter - IK Multimedia; Tue Jun 19, 2018 6:16 am Re: IK MUltimedia UNO Synth

glokraw wrote:Thanks for the info, I may put a UNO on top of
an ART SGX2000, and run that through Amplitube,
output to a Fender GT40 amp (semi FRFR stereo speakers,
and even more modeling candies)

That sounds like a great setup!

And when is SonikSynth3 coming out? A lot of Squids sampling
work needs to get re-upped in a shiny evil twin to SampleTank3
...just a low-rent opinion :wink:
Cheers

Hmmm... Or, SampleTank 4...
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Postby Elektronisch; Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:01 am Re: IK MUltimedia UNO Synth

Peter - IK Multimedia wrote:
glokraw wrote:Thanks for the info, I may put a UNO on top of
an ART SGX2000, and run that through Amplitube,
output to a Fender GT40 amp (semi FRFR stereo speakers,
and even more modeling candies)

That sounds like a great setup!

And when is SonikSynth3 coming out? A lot of Squids sampling
work needs to get re-upped in a shiny evil twin to SampleTank3
...just a low-rent opinion :wink:
Cheers

Hmmm... Or, SampleTank 4...


Well if you are going with Sampletank 4.

Here is a million dollar advice:

Make Uno Synth integration where you could sample directly to Sampletank 4 with randomized phase (or samplestart) so you could play in polyphonic mode and not only that, but also build your own Uno synth library + it would be also a "multitimbral" sort of way to play the instrument.

p.s. that would also be real "paradigm shift" :wink:
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