It was the song which won the One Synth Challenge dedicated to Ragnarök:
The winner, composer of this song, was Photonic.
You can download his presets here (browse down to "Photonic KVROSC#70 - The Organist's Dream").
Yes, and I didn't write this post to hijack the readers from yours but to recall its existence to everyone and also to give you other suggestions to pick into.Gabriel_West wrote: ↑Mon Sep 09, 2019 2:01 am@BlackWinny: Nice list, but with all respect, keep in mind, your plugin-list you've shown there, includes a mix of commercial & free plugins, in contrast to my list, that just focuses on FREE plugins only, suiting for LoveSongs/PopRock (+ sorted in categorys of common instruments) and "Out of the box" plugins, for what composers can make quick use of great sounding patches/presets, instead of tweaking their sounds manually on and on until they finally got their satisfying sounds by wasting hours and hours of their precious time.
You're totally right! And I'm going to add it to my list.
And if even you, you have other suggestions, don't hesitate! I'm glad that you can pick in mine to feed yours, so don't hesitate to also give your own suggestions.
It's been a while that I haven't been in contact with Benoît. He stopped his production because while Synthedit went 64-bit, the modules that Benoît used a lot, modules from Chris Kerry, will never go 64-bit. For Benoît (and for many other users of Chris' modules, me included) it was very sad, a shot to the heart, and Benoît preferred to stop. And he had also other occupations on which he wanted to focus a bit more, mainly his family.Gabriel_West wrote: ↑Mon Sep 09, 2019 2:01 amAbout Orpheus Strings by Serrano -> Yes I agree, that at least here in this case, it seems to be more a 'matter of our personal taste'. <- Wasn't the idea to emulate the famous "E-mu Morpheus Z-Plane Synthesizer" Hardware with "Orpheus"? At least I haven't found yet any other FREE stuff that sounds closer to that machine. (Note, in old Playstation1 Games such as TombRaider, you hear that kind of synth string sounds a lot)
---> E-mu Morpheus Z-Plane Hardware demonstration ->
After listening to that, I was asking myself, why not using such a wonderful instrument for Ballads & Lovesongs when the texture of the sounds is so brilliantly producing enormous relaxing effects?
But I still love all his synths and effects, I still use them with JBridge.
I'm not certain that Orpheus was an attempt to simulate the E-Mu Morpheus Z-Plane. He never mentioned it when we talked about Orpheus, even on our French forums. And Orpheus was mainly made for strings and pads (and Serena much more again as a dedicated string-machine extracted from the code of Orpheus), while E-Mu Morpheus was much more extended to many other types of sounds.
Sure ! It is my main source of freeware synths. And I'm as Björn... a lover of the old Korg hardware synths since my younger age.