Dooooods! I discovered the most amazing thing today. A new friend just gave me an Akai Mpd24. At first i figured i didnt have much use for it, as I dont need a launchpad type thing and its pretty bulky as just a knob and fader midi controller. But once I started checking out the settings I realized that each pad can be set to its own midi channel...allowing the volca sample to be smashed on MPC style. This alone made my day....till I found that I could also make a preset for pad banks to transmit a different note on each pad. So an hour later I have one program for "trigger" mode, and a couple other programs for playing back samples chromatically. And they can be found used for about half the price of the RK2 cable! I am so pleased, and figured id share wherever this info might be relevant. As it seems every thread about the vSample includes some bitchi g about it using 10midi channels and lack of chromatic pitching.Id post a pic but dat low post count bros. Anyways have a great night and let me know if this ends up useful to anyone.
why does nobody give me stuff like that?
i bust my ass and save for ages to buy a padkontrol that breaks within a year or two -_-
Why go through the features of a reissue synth?? We've know this shit for fourty years lmao.
Just play the thing you fucking deutschebag.
I know what the features will be. I was interested in how it sounded. It sounded gash.
Been looking around for some more up-to-the-minute info but not found much. If they follow suit with their Moog, at launch it may sound on the money. Just not from what I've seen so far. More info needed.
RE: Pro1 - ill probably buy it. fuck it, i mean its cheap, i like the SCI flavor of filter and i could also make a demo that sounds like shit of my MS20mini... even though it does certain things REALLY well.
As I really have little time make music recently, I'm only sticking to what I have at hand on my desk, MPC and Craftsynth.
I'm enjoying the Craftsynth more and more, it sounds so much bigger and meaner than its size would suggest.
I'm currently eyeing the Skulpt, which seems like its bigger brother.