That may be. But the Presets .. I mean EDM was maybe the false Expression. Lets better say "experimental". We call it "Alternative" here. Berlin Noise. But it´s none Tone2 Creation and yes - Uhe is fine - but as you already said - "if you are not aiming for that" ...and "amazing tones" would be an intensive Discussion with me. I can still remeber Ronald Reagan, I have seen Walls collide and Nations rise - but I would never have imagined that someone could call differnt Kinds of Noise [...] beautiful and amazing :/pdxindy wrote: ↑Wed Jan 22, 2020 9:14 amSpire is an EDM Synth... Bazille isn't. Bazille is not aimed at that. It is a complex and diverse synth that is not genre specific. It is up to the user to shape it into what you want.GRUMP wrote: ↑Wed Jan 22, 2020 6:05 amI have tried Bazille and thought "EDM Monster". I don´t really know if this Judgement is justified, but Bazille and its Presets imposed it. Wild Modulations and i. m. O. harsh Overtones everywhere. It seems not the right Synth for siny Vibes and smooth Elegance.
I find Bazille gorgeous for smooth, soft, flowing tones. It can be so expressive and nuanced and deep while remaining coherent and present. That is why I love it so much. But if you are not aiming for that, it tends by default to be more sharp and cutting. Bazille requires some learning and it is not like say Diva which pretty much sounds great no matter what you do. Bazille can make all sorts of discordant racket! But just on the edge of chaos, there are amazing tones not to be found anywhere else.
However ... there has been a dark Period in the 90s when I had lots of Fun with even noisyer Stuff called "Oldschool Techno" today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyIgJxVA26E But all that is "an old shoe". Stoneage Stuff. Its 2020 and we´re heading for AI-Music. I don´t know if we should really teach them Noise :/