Did I understood correctly the specification?

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Did I understood correctly the specification?

Postby abique » Sun Jul 17, 2016 12:50 am

Hi,

I was confused by the specification of the voicing. Please tell me if I'm right.

There is one analogue voice.
There are 32 digital voices.
There are 17 tracks.
There are 32 step sequencers.

Now the questions:
- if I want I can have 15 tracks of digital voices to play mélodies?
- I can only use one analogue voice at the same time? => How do you choose for which instruments you'll use the analogue voice? For the bass? For the lead? For the pads?
- The step sequencers are used to sequence melodies or parameter automations?

Last question: can you make goa psytrance with it?

Thank you very much!
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Re: Did I understood correctly the specification?

Postby via » Sun Jul 17, 2016 1:22 pm

No u not understand correctly ;)

Dsynth 32 voices
3 x poly/mono parts
12 x drums /mono parts

A synth
1 voice 4x OCS + LP + MM + FB

Seq
12 x XOX drum tracks
24 x step seq lines
6x motf /poly tracks (3 on the Dsynth and 3 under the Asynth)

All tracks /motfs and step lines can be set to external MIDI
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Re: Did I understood correctly the specification?

Postby abique » Mon Jul 18, 2016 1:46 pm

Thank you for the explanation.

1 more questions, it is easy to backup your project from the machine to the computer right?

In which format is stored the project? Is it something that one can edit?

Thank you again.
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Re: Did I understood correctly the specification?

Postby acemonvw » Mon Jul 18, 2016 8:56 pm

Just remember that the Asynth is monophonic BUT you can have up to 3 different parts via trigger groups.

In other words, you can sequence the 24db LP filter and 'VCO 1' together, the 12db multimode filter and 'VCO 2+3' together, and the fixed filterbank and 'VCO 4' together, or any combination of those. Heck, you can sequence the 24db filter and VCO 1 with TG1 (trigger group 1), then trigger VCO 2 through the 24db filter using TG2, and then trigger VCO 3 and 4 through the fixed filterbank that is routed to the 12db multimode filter and triggered via TG3.

The Dsynth voices can be routed into any of these filters as well.

It's easy to backup your project to the computer. You just drag and drop. To recover, you'd simply move the files from the computer to the spectralis. It can get complex if you only want to transfer one song over, but it's generally fairly easy. The project is stored within a folder and I don't think you can do much editing of it.
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Re: Did I understood correctly the specification?

Postby abique » Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:15 pm

Thank you :)
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