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#1 gentleclockdivider

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Posted 07 September 2017 - 18:45

Anyone has one and care to share it's experiences ?

I can get one for 1000 euro , seems like a mighty box full of bread and butter,  acoutic sounds etc...

Also the supernatural synth engine , don't know  if  the waveforms are sample based or mathematically calculated ...how are the filters

 

Anyway , my nord modular and reaktor 6 handles that department .( analogesque stuff )

So ...tell me about your integra 7


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Posted 08 September 2017 - 01:09

Had it for a few days ( http://forums.roland...hp?f=54&t=48967 ). My plan was to program it fully, had to give up on this. On the one hand the possibilities (or should I say the complexity) are huge. But there are things in it that are too perfornance-wise. Mainly the fact that selecting a patch means changig the FX connected to it. Probably one could go around this by good programming. That was my problem, in contrast to programming that little sound canvas SD-50, the I7 would have taken like 6 months to write a midi-tracker for it. I guess the sound is really good. There are a lot of yt videos demoing the patches.



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Posted 06 October 2017 - 19:11

Just received mine .

Damn fine machine .

ONly downside .is that the supernatural synth tones are sample basedare sample based , but the filters sound pretty damn nice .

And of course the good ol' pcm engine .

 

It really isn't complex at all , the pcmsynth engine is what , almost 30years old ...it gives you some crossmodlation between partials and an average souding filter ...but like I said .;the supernatural filters sound  GOOD .

 

Acoustic sounds are also nice ....

 

It's  keeper


Edited by gentleclockdivider, 06 October 2017 - 19:13.

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