So What Could be Next for D16 to Thrill us With?

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Post by tguzzardo » Sun Mar 25, 2007 6:32 pm

sinelanguage wrote:I personally want a TR808. Then if someone could make a proper Sequential Circuits Pro One (and get it right with its snappiest of all snappy envelopes). I would be in heaven (althought I already am with my VSTi proper TR909)
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Post by SStorm » Thu Aug 16, 2007 4:46 pm

If D16 could make an Alpha Juno VST as close to the original as Phoscyon is then that would be something to behold.

I cant believe that so much time has passed by since soft synths started to appear and still we cant make hoovers like you can on an Alpha Juno.

D16, you really would clean up if you could produce a proper hoover machine 8)

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Post by Acidhead » Thu Aug 16, 2007 4:52 pm

Yeah again and again, alpha juno hoovers rule !!

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Snappy Synth Envelopes

Post by sinelanguage » Wed Oct 31, 2007 10:09 pm

My biggest problem with all softsynths, present company excluded, is the envelopes vs their hardware counterpart. Arturia are just fuckin terrible at this. Its like everyone who reviews their synths and says, "nice tight snappy envelope" is fuckin lying. Korg and Gmedia have come very very close to a total hardware recreation of a snappy envelope, but I love to use my synths for percussion as well as musical melodies, and even then I want my synth sounds to be percussive, and I don't want to have to cheat my making everything with a short decay and high filter envelope amount to pretend its percussive. IMHO, Macbeth M5, and the Sequential Circuits Pro One, have the fastest envelopes I have heard. The Roland Jupiter 6, 8 and minimoog hardware wise also have fast percussive envelopes but Arturia totally missed the boat on all of them when they recreated them. So if plug ins like Microtonic, and D16's drum machines can have fast percussive envelopes for their drum sounds, why can't we have fast envelopes in our soft synths. So basically all I'm after is a at least something modelled after the Pro One in the same vein, that I can cross mod, and make a whole gamut of sounds, that punch, even if its only a melodic tone sound. Korg's Polysix out of its legacy collection also has an impressive punch and snap to its envelope generators. Just my two cents, would love to hear your thoughts. Which soft synths in your opinion have really fast hard percussive envelopes that have no softening or sloppyness even when the attack is at zero. Just tight punch to get the sound out.

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Post by dipa » Wed Nov 28, 2007 12:16 am

just to stop the wait and release the 3 existin plug in AU would be heaven ... :cry:

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Post by mitchk1989 » Wed Mar 12, 2008 3:21 am

dipa wrote:just to stop the wait and release the 3 existin plug in AU would be heaven ... :cry:
+1

also, +1 for the alpha juno idea.

I also would not mind a really, really nasty/grungy tube modelled compressor.

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Post by MarcTale » Fri Aug 01, 2008 2:12 pm

JP8080 would be awesome. I´d buy it immediatly!
Until now, there is no good VSTi-emulation of the Supersaw.

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Post by ultramike » Wed Oct 01, 2008 4:11 pm

dipa wrote:just to stop the wait and release the 3 existin plug in AU would be heaven ... :cry:
Me too!!! I'm dying waiting for them...
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Post by retrojunkie » Thu Oct 09, 2008 1:00 pm

a vinyl plug would be awesome. it would complete the FX collection :D

examples: SONITEX - STX-1260, Izotope Vinyl

cheers

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Post by Igor » Thu Oct 09, 2008 5:34 pm

Maybe stereo Delay with pan widening control?
Anyway, i think, that further developing of Silver line is the best idea.

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Post by mitchk1989 » Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:05 am

I'd love a pro-one emulation.

Or the prophet VS.

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Post by Custa » Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:21 pm

ultramike wrote:
dipa wrote:just to stop the wait and release the 3 existin plug in AU would be heaven ... :cry:
Me too!!! I'm dying waiting for them...
I vote for this too.
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Post by Kevin » Sat Dec 20, 2008 12:44 pm

I would like a drumsynth like a simmons capable of creating simmons drums,CR78,Minipops etc.etc.

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Post by browndwarf » Sat Jan 03, 2009 9:12 am

like the others who posted earlier, I would really love a nicely modeled jupiter 8 soft synth from d16 - minus the cpu hogging and syncrosoft nonsense of course :)

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Post by Sebastian@d16 » Sat Jan 03, 2009 10:11 am

Hi,

Do not worry guys we don't post here. We only read this thread with attention! ;)

Best regards,
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