TAL-Pha Released! Alpha Juno II Emulation from TAL-Software

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Echoes in the Attic wrote: Tue Mar 12, 2024 9:18 pm Am update/install manager would be pretty awesome for tal since they update so often. I do spend a bit of time downloading all the updates from their site.
That would be a tidy solution for TAL.


jamcat wrote: Tue Mar 12, 2024 4:59 pm You can just download the Anthology XII installer and then select only the plugins you want to install, when you run it.

I think my total Eventide folder is about 1.5GB but I'll take that 3GB installer over those any day of the week hah. I'm in the same boat, every damn time, I have to update like 14-15 plugins at once, type in my password 14-15 times, allow access to removable drives 14-15 times, etc.. That will save me some wasted time hah.


Version 1.2.0 / 19.04.2024
※ Arpeggiator host-sync timing problem fixed.


TAL-Pha is so freaking awesome! I had been wanting a software recreation of my beloved MKS-50 for some time. But I was despairing whether this would ever happen given that the Product Managers and Software Engineers at Roland Cloud hadn't seemed to express much interest in creating one.

So imagine my my surprise and delight to discover just today that TAL had brought this beauty to life. But it gets even better than being a near spot-on emulation of the Alpha Juno II / MKS-50. It's actually patch compatible with the hardware and can even be used as an editor for the hardware. Wow, it doesn't get any better than this.

This just became my favorite TAL synth (and I own every plugin they make). Just incredible.

While I haven't done A/B tests between my MKS-50 and the plugin, I'm intimately familiar with how the hardware sounds. And just running through the TAL-Pha presets has convinced me that it probably won't get any better than this.

So kudos to TAL for bringing this to life!

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