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Author Topic: cs80: how to get the "unstableness" of the origina  (Read 4093 times)

atomicmoog

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cs80: how to get the "unstableness" of the origina
« on: December 11, 2003, 03:36:23 pm »
hi

ok .. this one s great (and i love the idea of another user that you should emulate the gx-1!!!!)

the thing: in the original cs-series there were voicecards, and those always sligtly went out of tune. when i play octaves on the cs80v, it seems that these octaves are perfect ones, but one the original they mostly were not ... but that was a feature i`d  like, `cause so the sounds really lives.

is that possible to have an "uncertainity"-feature or is this there,  but i did not find it?

regards

kai hoffmann, germany :shock:

GX1 nut

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cs80: how to get the "unstableness" of the origina
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2003, 05:42:19 pm »
HAHAHA.
I'm the one you said loves GX1 so much.
I used to be a organ player.
I never tried GX1. but I saw it once. In Taiwan.
But I think finally it shipped to Japan.

I only played EX1(Someone said it's preset version of GX1)
. It's more like Organ. had usual organ drawbar.

About the Analog feel. Like NI's PRO53 VST-i
It has a Analog knob. Can make the tune unstable.(Random pitch)
I don't know if CS80V has it. HA

husker

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cs80: how to get the "unstableness" of the origina
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2003, 12:47:18 am »
you can tune each of the voices individually, so you really can that off-tune fatness of the original...this is actually a more realistic idea than 'random' tuning

 

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