Spend a day with your Specki

Totally addicted to your speckie? Not getting the results you expected? Experiencing Problems together with other gear? This is the place to share good and bad experiences.

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Postby revtor » Sun Jun 08, 2008 12:39 pm

something that I like to use, especially on external imput is bit rate reduction/sample rate reduction.. Would be a cool thing to step through with the sequencers too. Step control of our effects would be the hardware version of this!

glad to hear work is progressing! the release of the new OS along with a few really nicely done youtube videos will get a bunch of new sales, I'm sure!

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Postby Elektroherd » Sun Jun 08, 2008 2:07 pm

yeah, make fx-parameter controllable by the stepsequencer and forget virus ti, dblue glitch or effectrix. would be great to have some stottering or buffer fx in the specki, too.
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Re: Spend a day with your Specki

Postby 22tape » Sun Mar 13, 2011 7:51 am

is this still the case? if you can use sequencerlines to automate the fx parameters, can you use lfo's?

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Re: Spend a day with your Specki

Postby acemonvw » Sat Mar 26, 2011 12:04 am

Hello everyone, I just bought a speckie 2 this week and wanted to say hello to the community (without posting a new thread). I absolutely love this thing. I was terrified that the UI would be unbearable or that the manual would be impossible to work with. Neither thing was true. The first night I figured out how to make sounds (as in, actually play notes via a MIDI keyboard), the second night I figured out how to program beats (down to the 192nd of a note, which was ridiculously awesome) and record the Asynth and Dsynths via the REC button, and yesterday I figured out (sort of) how to make sound beats via the filterbank (which still confused the hell out of me, that thing is so freaking deep, with all the different sequencer lines). It's incredible.

I can't believe how intuitive this whole thing is. It's helped me produce far better sounding material that I've made in the past, and considering my knowledge base of this thing is WAY less than 1%, I'm excited to see where it goes. Anyway, I am spending every free minute I have with this machine.

Here's hoping I can eventually contribute something to this already awesome community...
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Re: Spend a day with your Specki

Postby Leshrac » Mon Mar 28, 2011 5:28 pm

welcome to the community :)

there´s a oscilator pack available soon ... the pack gives you a immortal inspiration source
just by oscilators. no more samples are required. the spectralis get an ultimate 15 part
beat and sequencing synthesizer. stay tuned and check this little topic for more infos


much fun with the speckschwein !! its an amazing beast
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