Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 6:46 pm
I would hope to see a new synth next, if emulation then perhaps sh-101 or ems synthi would be very useful. Of course something completely new would also be interesting.
To keep that idea running, I'll expand on an old theory: Comb filter synthesis. Comb filters share the same harmonic structures as your regular tone+overtones, but inverted. So instead of hearing patterns of audio information in silence (like reading white text on black paper), you hear patterns of lacking information in audible content (like reading black text on white paper). There are a couple of problems, though:Shy wrote:I'd much prefer innovation in synthesis methods in the digital domain instead of emulations of analog synths (which just don't match the real thing anyway).
Sure, but that doesn't mean that one can't be inspired by analog equipment. I have two suggestions, and both are inspired by the way I sometimes use my modular system in my studio:Shy wrote:No digital synth can sound even remotely close [to analog equipment]
Did you hear the UA Moog Filter?Shy wrote:For example, all "Moog emulations" sound nothing like a real Moog synth. No digital synth can sound even remotely close. Ever heard a software synth like this? No, because it doesn't exist.
I object!....make it at least 3 months while D16 get diverted torturing the culpritThis incident will definitely slow down development process by few months at least.
I'm sorry, do you mean me? That's the first I had heard of the project. When I'm on a private beta team I always follow the NDA's to the letter in fact I think remaining silent about the software you're testing is one of the basic rules of etiquette...........Certainly not sharing any beta version you are entrusted with would be the number one rule.Sebastian@d16 wrote:Hi,
"Someone" has violated NDA (non-disclosure agreement). This incident will definitely slow down development process by few months at least.