BassSynthi

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BassSynthi

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hi!
a new synth, with just two oscs, two ADs, tri lfo, a dsp delay, 24dB Lp, and fx insert.
despite this thrifty equipment it has a character of it's own.
mp3
download
have fun!
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Wow what an amazing day, Thanks Roy, I'm off to play
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Sounds NICE ...

Thanks Roy
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Thanks :D

Audio demo sounds good and i like the interface, nice and logical layout :)

I'll be giving it a test run in some projects im working on..
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nice!
Thanks again...

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Great sound THANKS :-)
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what a sound!!! :o
thanks a lot!!!! :D
4PC + Scope 5.0 + no more Xite + 2xScope Pro + 6xPulsarII + 2xLunaII + SDK + a lot of devices (Flexor III & Solaris 4.1 etc.) + Plugiator.
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I really like the concentric design of osc pots, very clever and clean for a small inteface.
cool!
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great sound! thanks!
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Thanks Roy.
Nice 2 Osc Mods on this puppy.
I real like your newest designs on the knobs too.

CiaoMein,
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Re: BassSynthi

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Hi Roy,

Just had a listen to the mp3. Absolutely superb. Will definately try the device out tomorrow. And the Synthi style knobs look very cool too.

Thanks very much Roy, and also for the new and updated modules on the other thread.

Cheers

Tim
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Re: BassSynthi

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thanks and greaaat respect, Roy...
the little bugger is one of the best synth devices around, imho :D
no eyestrain at all, no slavish 'me too' approach, simple yet extremely versatile - I even managed to 'compose' a synth bassline with it and used midi (wtf...) :o :lol:

cheers, Tom
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Thanks :)
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Re: BassSynthi

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if a reverb is loaded as insert fx, Scope crashed when the device is removed :evil:
updated version here.
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Re: BassSynthi

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This thing is really great, like all your stuff :) Love these small synths, although a 2nd LFO and a few more mod options would be nice (I'm not complaining, the insert is nice for something like Interpole). I'd like to see you make a smaller, less insane version of dxCwm (maybe 4-op, but keep the waldorf option), and also a lightweight Waldorf wavetable synth.
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