If it ends like my P900 preset bank you will never see itfisherKing wrote: ↑Sat Feb 13, 2021 10:41 amstop posting and start getting a soundbank together... i'm ready when you're ready to have me purchase it...Cinebient wrote: ↑Sat Feb 13, 2021 10:35 amThese are no factory presets but it is all Plasmonic (like all sound examples I posted here). I just added here some extern reverb and seat the instruments like I would with real acoustic instruments (I use mostly Precedence and Breeze 2 for this from 2CAudio).
The thing I also like about Plasmonic that the quality of the sound really shines even more with some better reverb on top.
Plasmonic is no synth...it is a living instrument for me.
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I think I will share these presets when I fine tuned them, made them ready for MPE and a few other tweaks but that could take some time and I also just started to explore Plasmonic and see what it all can do. So far I am impressed and can just repeat that it is already my new favourite toy to play with. Finally something I think I will really try to learn inside out and master. It just inspires me and it really plays also so well together with other tools I like which is an important thing for me too.
Brian is a genius for me.
But it will be free.
I am very chaotic in terms of these things. I might focus on a few presets inside a category and share them maybe (like 10 flutes, then brass, keys....up to the obscure soundscapes played by aliens) otherwise I never get ready and my holiday (because of too much snow and ice) is over too next week and time will get rare again to play with it.
I just hope I end not alone like with my second favourite synth (P900).
But yes, I should stop spamming the thread here. Maybe I will post one more at the weekend focusing on morphing soundscapes and pads...which is maybe emote the intended use for Plasmonic rather than trying to emulate real instruments, which Plasmonic can do really well to my surprise. I even would say it could maybe be realistic and reacts as organic as something like SWAM and Pianoteq (I already said that somewhere here) but it was not made for this and so of course lacks the GUI and right parameter s to modulate.
So beware that also these examples are more or less played even lifeless since I am also no master player and my Seaboard is not ready yet (it is somewhere in the cellar and I have to see if it even still works). This was performed on my computer keyboard with the Touch Bar used as midi controller (works better as some might thought.
Long talk, just saying you def. can play these presets much much more expressive and alive...I will get there too in near future. The fun thing is it already can sound really great in normal midi mode with "just" velocity and expression and/or mod wheel f.e.
It is also quite like with other physical modelling tools. They can sound plain boring and like a bad digital synth if you do not make use of the expressions and/or have the right controller on top.
I think Plasmonic also could really shine with a wind or breath controller, I always wanted to add a good breath controller to my tools but never bought one.
Plasmonic finally convince me here to buy one.