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Old 20th May 2019, 09:51 AM   #21
tapestryofsound is offline tapestryofsound  Scotland
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I have my iPad connected to a full size 61 key midi controller and a Focusrite Scarlet 214 interface. (You have to use a powered USB hub to make it all work.) It sounds great.

I have Cubasis for a DAW, and it has a few good built in synth and drum apps, especially Micrologue. I have several synth apps. My favorites are iPolySix, iSem, Sunrizer, and Layr - a really powerful sample based synth. I also have Ravenscroft 275, a very realistic grand piano app.

I need a few more, but I'll wait until Korg has their next sale. I want to get iMonoPoly and Module which is their piano, electric piano, and organ app. It's really good but ends up costing about $80 when you add everything to it. They should have a half price sale soon.
Sounds like you have put a lot of thought and commitment into your music studio setup.

There is one synth app you might want to look at called 'Virtual ANS' that enables you to finger paint sonograms and convert them into music, or convert photographs into musical sonograms. Very very powerful, with unlimited experimental potential. It's terrestrial counterpart was used by Andrei Tarkovsky in Mirror, Stalker, and Solaris.

Here is the link:- WarmPlace.ru. Virtual ANS Spectral Synthesizer
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Old 20th May 2019, 05:53 PM   #22
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thanks you inspired me i have now installed RB 338 for nostalgic reasons. also lets see what the kids do it
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Old 21st May 2019, 10:03 AM   #23
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One thing about electronic music I've only recently discovered: Once the audio system reaches a certain level of transparency, even synthesized sounds take on a character, a texture that I can only describe as natural and organic. It's rather delightful, and one of the main reasons I haven't made any changes to my setup for an unusually long time now - I haven't experienced this particular effect before, and I don't want to screw something up and lose it!
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Old 22nd May 2019, 04:12 AM   #28
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Here are some of my DIY synths. Lots more information and pics on my website.

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One thing about electronic music I've only recently discovered: Once the audio system reaches a certain level of transparency, even synthesized sounds take on a character, a texture that I can only describe as natural and organic. It's rather delightful, and one of the main reasons I haven't made any changes to my setup for an unusually long time now - I haven't experienced this particular effect before, and I don't want to screw something up and lose it!
Yes, you are actually hearing how these instruments *really* sound. The more transparent your system the more that the beauty of these machines can usually be heard.

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One thing about electronic music I've only recently discovered: Once the audio system reaches a certain level of transparency, even synthesized sounds take on a character, a texture that I can only describe as natural and organic. It's rather delightful, and one of the main reasons I haven't made any changes to my setup for an unusually long time now - I haven't experienced this particular effect before, and I don't want to screw something up and lose it!
This is the reason I love synthesizers, so much good sound, so much fun to provoke differences between systems. If you get the right tuning and distortion it will never sound the same on two setups.
Completely opposite goal of the music industry - "Most small speakers can in some instances manage to sound okay between 100hz and 8khz, so let's go for max output in that range!"
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