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i don't know but this is my guess.AK wrote: What is the term 'paraphonic'? It says 8/4 voice. I'm not sure what they mean here. Is it possible to have polyphony with some setting or something?
in Reason 6 you have that Neptune auto tune/voice synth thing. with the voice synth you can play chords on the keyboard and it turns a single voice into many. maybe Waldorf did something similar?
as for Arturia, i'm shocked but in a good way! i suppose they like analogue otherwise they wouldn't have emulated so many classic synths.
this is the most exciting NAMM event i can remember
this is great news !AK wrote:Didn't know about the new Pulse:
Analog Monophonic Synthesizer
* 3 analog oscillators + 1 noise generator
* Pulse width modulation
* Hard sync
* Filter FM from Oscillator 3
* Ring Modulation from Oscillator 3
* XOR Osc Mode
* 8/4 Voice Paraphonic modes
* Cascade Filter
* 24dB/12db Lowpass, 12db Highpass/Bandpass filter modes
* Powerful Arpeggiator
* 8-slot Modulation Matrix
* External analog signal input
* Stereo line out
* Headphone out
* Backwards compatible with classic Pulse
* 128x64 character backlit LCD
* 8 stainless steel knobs
* 500 Sound Programs
* Electron-absorbing black case
Might have to check this out in more detail.
What is the term 'paraphonic'? It says 8/4 voice. I'm not sure what they mean here. Is it possible to have polyphony with some setting or something?
and I'm very much interested in that arturia as well.
I can't remember the time I was actually blown away by NAMM news like this.
Usually I'm not interested in 90% of the new stuff that's being made today.
I'm still non-the-wiser. I don't get how they do the polyphony from 3 oscillators and what is 8/4? Them going through the same filter seems a bit obvious ( where else would they go? )nakoradiomies wrote:and that´s the best routing for "robert hoodish" chordstone-def wrote:right so paraphonic actually means you have 8/4 voices but they all go through the same filter.