by rob_lee; Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:49 am
abstractcats wrote:Just found that the demo has expired. Can I install the new demo or will it not work on a PC that has already run one demo?
I highly recommend Punch, it really is something else. Will hook up just nice with your Zebra as it does with my Synthmaster 2.5.
by Concretefx; Mon Jul 04, 2011 10:49 am
So are your using single cycles or very short loops then for generating sounds, that's very interesting.
I suppose you could do good drum emulation by having one-shot transients sounds in sample a and a looped sine (or something similar) in b and mix them, a sort of LA synthesis type set-up. That's an interesting type of things, something I might look into in updates.
About the curve dials, it's a matter of space, there could be space for volume curve knob, but for pitch, there isn't really any space there for a curve knob.
by Stomper; Mon Jul 04, 2011 2:50 pm
i basically using three sample pads with the same sine wave. one for the low end, one for the body and in the third i use two samples for the transient with different pitch env to get different timbers.
i can see how it could be a problem in the tuning section. i never saw someone using an attack on the pitch for drums, so i would swap that if it was up to me (or maybe 4 sample pads with attack and 4 sample pads with curve).
than again, maybe i didnt meet the right people
by Concretefx; Mon Jul 04, 2011 10:49 pm
Pitch Attack, unfortunately I can predict that there will be people who use it so it can't be removed, so there just doesn't seem to be space for a pitch curve knob without ruining the layout, but any ideas would be appreciated.
by Concretefx; Tue Jul 05, 2011 3:24 am
Hmm, what I could possible do, is to move the stereo swap across, giving some more space there. I'll have to check that.
by Stomper; Tue Jul 05, 2011 3:34 am
Concretefx wrote:Hmm, what I could possible do, is to move the stereo swap across, giving some more space there. I'll have to check that.
thats possible, though im not sure it wont like a bit off.
maybe if its possible to squeeze the edit sample a/b/combine into a one raw square. that will give plenty of space.
if you write "edit" on top of the square and inside sample a/sample b/link i think it would be possible. their only switches so they dont have to be big (imo of course).
thank you for considering this seriously.
by core; Fri Jul 08, 2011 5:21 am
Posted a short review of Punch over at rekkerd http://rekkerd.org/review-rob-papen-pun ... on-plugin/
by ariston; Sun Jul 10, 2011 10:50 pm
So, there goes my music money for July - cheers to Punch.
A wish for the future: how about an intelligent ("easy") button that does an automatic round-robin type of modulation, something very subtle, like using pitch and filter envelopes.
by Concretefx; Mon Jul 11, 2011 6:24 am
Round robin modulation, so it would modulate pitch at value 1, then value 2, then value 3 and then back to value 1 (as an example), hmm interesting idea.