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  • NEW Native Instruments DSP Synth

    世界で最高のシンセはmicroKORGにある

  • #2

     

    ''A teaser from Native Instruments' next software synth.

    One synth to rule them all. Years of meticulous research and the latest in cutting-edge DSP technology combine to deliver a synth with teeth.

    For more info watch this space:
    http://www.native-instruments.com/en/specials/a-revolution-is-coming/

     

    https://soundcloud.com/nativeinstruments/sets/a-revolution-is-coming

     ''

     

    Hmmm... some kind of hybrid controller to offload some CPU cycles?

    世界で最高のシンセはmicroKORGにある

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    • Casio Man
      Casio Man commented
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      Hmmm... some kind of hybrid controller to offload some CPU cycles?


      I like this very much. 

       

      Stand alone Maschine, another platform to run their software. Could be a lot of work to make DSP versions of their software though, but its supposed to be revolution.

       

      A love child of the Oasys.


  • #3
    There are software companies that make graphics for their software synth marketing documents that look like hardware boxes. Tone2 comes to mind. I won't buy another controller that is specialized for one particular piece of computer software. I lost interest in the idea a while ago. We shall see.
    <div class="signaturecontainer">Gribs<br />
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    <font size="1"><i>...Music can be used to stimulate mass emotion, while mathematics cannot; and musical incapacity is recognized (no doubt rightly) as mildly discreditable, whereas most people are so frightened of the name of mathematics that they are ready, quite unaffectedly, to exaggerate their own mathematical stupidity.<br />
    </i><br />
    G.H. Hardy in A Mathematician's Apology (London 1941).</font></font></div>

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    • George321
      George321 commented
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      A revolution is coming....! It will be a hardware unit for Integration with their Complete 8 Software.


    • Bernard
      Bernard commented
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      Gribs wrote:
      There are software companies that make graphics for their software synth marketing documents that look like hardware boxes. Tone2 comes to mind. I won't buy another controller that is specialized for one particular piece of computer software. I lost interest in the idea a while ago. We shall see.

       

      I would hope so as control by numbers would be painful...

      I know what you mean really but this just smacks of a new controller/cpu... Clever as you get the graphical interface of a computer to play with modular and other patch settings but you still have some hands on Analog like control of common tweaks. It also could solve some of the problem of control position pick up in a cheap way as they can show you on your PC where the control settings are on a patch and the real life controller can pick up in the normal way without the need for collar leds or your guess which way to turn a knob.. Not a perfect solution but a alternative to what we have now.. If true it seems they have also switches and buttons to add to the fun...


      Throw in that it may be a more efficient VA (assuming it has its own CPU), so your system is just an interface assistance and patch library, not the sound engine, then there is some promise espicially for those who do not want another CPU hog..


      This all assumes you want a good VA.. if not then it is not going to help you .png" alt=":smileywink:" title="Smiley Wink" />

       

       


  • #4
    EP , it will be revolutionary! The first midi controller with bluetooth technology!
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    • MuzikB
      MuzikB commented
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      It will be a wireframe animation softsynth that makes dubstep and pubstep noise.


  • #5

    I prefer solid information and specs, rather than hype.

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    • #6

      The soundcloud demos are mostly quite good. There wasn't anything that would make me buy it over Massive or anything by Korg. So I'll wait to see the hardware component, assuming there is one.

      I've wanted a keyboard/synth version of Maschine for a while, either using Massive or multiple softsynth engines.

      Just an upgraded Massive would be nice, it's a great synth that does more than ****************ty dubstep sounds and if one doesn't like the presets, it's a synth, so they can roll their own.

      http://soundcloud.com/liliththekitten

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      • Meatball Fulton
        Meatball Fulton commented
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        Gribs mentioned he wasn't happy with dedicated hardware/software setups. I don't agree, mainly because I find generic controllers just too darn frustrating in terms of keeping track of what each knob, slider and switch does as you change focus from the DAW to a plugin or even some hardware. 

        Using Live with an APC40 and Launchpad is intuitive...I still haven't bothered to read the APC manual!

        Using the (premapped at the factory) Remote Mode on my Motif with Cubase is also intuitive, the screen tabs select what the knobs will control and there is visual feedback with parameter names and values.

        I do however have issues with longevity, since the hardware is dependent on software and we all know depending on software is a crapshoot. Why would I want to buy Maschine after NI left all their Kore users high and dry? 

         

         


    • #7

      It looks like I was right:

       

      http://www.kvraudio.com/news/native-instruments-announces-komplete-9-and-komplete-9-ultimate-incl-monark-monosynth-and-battery-4-drum-sampler-21696

       

      Komplete 9 with Battery 4 and a new analog-modeled mono-synth called "Monark".  Wow, I usually do not predict things this well.  :catsurprised:

       

      <div class="signaturecontainer">Gribs<br />
      <font size="3"><br />
      <font size="1"><i>...Music can be used to stimulate mass emotion, while mathematics cannot; and musical incapacity is recognized (no doubt rightly) as mildly discreditable, whereas most people are so frightened of the name of mathematics that they are ready, quite unaffectedly, to exaggerate their own mathematical stupidity.<br />
      </i><br />
      G.H. Hardy in A Mathematician's Apology (London 1941).</font></font></div>

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    • #8
      EP for the win!
      <div class="signaturecontainer">Gribs<br />
      <font size="3"><br />
      <font size="1"><i>...Music can be used to stimulate mass emotion, while mathematics cannot; and musical incapacity is recognized (no doubt rightly) as mildly discreditable, whereas most people are so frightened of the name of mathematics that they are ready, quite unaffectedly, to exaggerate their own mathematical stupidity.<br />
      </i><br />
      G.H. Hardy in A Mathematician's Apology (London 1941).</font></font></div>

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      • #9

        "you won't believe it's software!"

        except that you're staring at your computer screen and using a mouse to program it!

         

        <div class="signaturecontainer">Korg Triton Extreme, Yamaha CP33, Vermona Lancet Mono, Voce V3, M Audio Venom <br />
        Carvin TL60t, G&amp;L S500 tribute, Agile AL3010 &gt; Carvin MTS Combo Korg AX3000G<br />
        <br />
        Bus to Neptune<br />
        <a href="http://www.bustoneptune.com" target="_blank">www.bustoneptune.com</a></div>

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        • cresshead
          cresshead commented
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          someone wake me up once it's released..i could do with a good giggle!


      • #10
        I go back to something like Komplete 3 or 4, when the price was more like $1k. At that time, there was not the glut of softies on the market that we have now. I bought into it primarily to get Reaktor, Kontakt, and FM7 (it was before FM8). Also there was still the Pro-53 Prophet 5 simulation and B4. I thought that I was really going to get into Reaktor programming and did to the point that I did all the tutorials and created a couple of custom instruments that were useless asanything other than curiosities for experimenting and learning the program. I decided that making my own synths was too much like my real job.

        I bought Kore 2 and really liked that, and then I bought Maschine and also liked that. I was peeved when Kore was discontinued and slowly lost interest in Maschine and controller-software combos in general.

        In hindsight, I have played around alot with NI's products but they have not found a regular place. I am not seeing enough interesting new material to suggest that it is worth my $150 bucks to upgrade to Komplete 9.
        <div class="signaturecontainer">Gribs<br />
        <font size="3"><br />
        <font size="1"><i>...Music can be used to stimulate mass emotion, while mathematics cannot; and musical incapacity is recognized (no doubt rightly) as mildly discreditable, whereas most people are so frightened of the name of mathematics that they are ready, quite unaffectedly, to exaggerate their own mathematical stupidity.<br />
        </i><br />
        G.H. Hardy in A Mathematician's Apology (London 1941).</font></font></div>

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        • #11

          Well that was anticlimactic.

          http://soundcloud.com/liliththekitten

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          • Bernard
            Bernard commented
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