Because a number of us have decades of experience and learning under our belts - and your description simply implies that you have learned to use more of the synth. You've gone up a level for yourself and that's cool but there are some voices of reason in this thread that want to help ground you a little.VELLTONE MUSIC wrote: ↑Fri Dec 03, 2021 2:52 amI am angry because somebody who don't care about what i am sayng or can't understand the difference between technique,technology and preset start to accuse me i lie people.
Why to do that?
Why not to say 'Hey i did a great soundset,buy it'.
Why to spend three years,to fktp my ears,eyes,back,ass so on to do something which isn't for sell as technology,but give something better as sound to end users?
Why not to make 30 soundsets to make few thousand euros and to spend them for fun, but to continue developing this 'non' technological thing?
I'll tell you why - because i was blown away when apply it and compare it to standard design.
How is this not technology when you can squeez the right sound in the right moment,no matter what synth you use,no matter on what mix you usi it - standard design is open filters a bit or change attack or what ever,but this 'not' technology gives you opportunity to apply it on every note at any point - it is not something that grow on trees,it result of a lot of work so to have such a preset,that's the technology,the complex of modulations you can make in real time.
If you don't see it as technology - fine,it's your opinion,perceive it as you wish,but don't make a fraud.
It's too much work so to listen haters and bored people trying to fill their day with something.
Not go answer any more to 'technology' questions.
You definitely give the impression that further work is required. Doubling down on being defensive isn't helping you. That's the best advice I can give here. Maybe take some time out and continue experimenting and learning before a rebrand - which is going to take some time anyway.