Urs wrote: ↑
Sat Apr 17, 2021 3:42 am
chk071 wrote: ↑
Sat Apr 17, 2021 2:54 am
I also don't know what the point is.
The point is to take the discussion from the realm of metaphysical and subjective attribution to the realm of scientific and measurable objectiveness.
Please don't see this as any form of attack, but I have wasted months of my time trying to please the people who demand supersaw greatness. I have conducted hearing tests of any part of the chain. When I do this, the people who ask for supersaw have not been interested in taking part, just like they never provide the evidence I have asked or dismiss it as irrelevant, just like you did right now.
I will dismiss it as irrelevant when I think it is irrelevant.
You say you have spend ("wasted"? Sound like a lost investment.
) months of your time trying to please the people who demand supersaw greatness. I assume you mean the development of Hive in that case? Apart from that, of course, you only can develop in a direction that you
think is the right direction. That doesn't mean that it has to be, in general, the right direction though.
So, I don't mean all that as a form of attack either. It's just I've read so many times here that the synth won't matter, and bla bla bla, and it's always the same kind of arguing, where people just don't seem to get that there are (sublte) differences in synths, which can make a lot of difference. Otherwise we could all just (extreme example) use Synth1, and live happily ever after. Well, no. That's not how it works, and not how humans work.
Just a few days ago, I read in some Youtube comments that a guy uses Diva exclusively, for everything. I congratulated him that that works for you, but, I also told him that there is a reason why most people (like me) don't have a single, but a dozen or more synths in their plugin folder, or in their "studio". That's because there are subtle differences between them, which can make a lot of difference for certain sounds. That's the experience I made, and, it's also my conviction, because, I also see that a lot of people say the same, and act the same.
Hope that explains my point of view a bit better. And, I really don't want to smack Zebra, or any other of your plugins. I think they're great for what they do, even though they haven't yet found a place in my plugin folder, simply because I'm very selective, and, if I don't find enough use for a plugin, I don't buy it, or, if I bought it, I will sell it. Like Diva, which I tried to like, but, I just couldn't get enough use for it. Doesn't mean it's bad, it just means it didn't work for me. Just like the supersaw in Zebra CM didn't work for me, back when I used it. That doesn't mean Hans Zimmer can't do great soundtracks with it...
Plugins and a DAW. On an operating system. Which runs on a computer.