For the many, not the few.

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For the many, not the few.

Post by the_mind_as_music » Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:54 am

I've started a YouTube channel to show off the, ( I think), awesomeness of the Sonic-Core Modular platform.

I'm going at it big time with a Twitter account, Instagram account, Tumblr, Facebook and YouTube! And not forgetting Soundcloud.

Here's the link to the first video:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTpM125oOUk&t=70s

It is obviously basic at the moment, because I don't want to take a year between uploads!

Cheers, Robert.
check out my Sonic-Core Modular / eurorack emulations and other stuff here;
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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by Spielraum » Fri Mar 16, 2018 10:41 am

cool jammsession, but only pci engine compatible
i check all possibilities for S|C XITE running on CW PCI...
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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by Bud Weiser » Fri Mar 16, 2018 4:14 pm

the_mind_as_music wrote:
Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:54 am
I've started a YouTube channel to show off the, ( I think), awesomeness of the Sonic-Core Modular platform.

I'm going at it big time with a Twitter account, Instagram account, Tumblr, Facebook and YouTube! And not forgetting Soundcloud.

Here's the link to the first video:
Excellent idea !
But be sure everything works on XITE too because it´s the actual hardware.
Otherwise this could backfire !

:wink:

Bud
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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by the_mind_as_music » Sat Mar 17, 2018 1:50 am

Thanks for your replies, this sort of took me by suprise. I have only the PCi cards and maybe its not what you or I think it is!

My initial idea is to show that the Sonic-Core platform can at least complete with the Eurorack / Analogue Modular system, (as well as do other stuff). I suppose I could preface the videos and stuff with a disclaimer!

Anyway, I had an idea that I might put up a 'patch' and then a 'song', so with that in mind I have uploaded a more organised piece.

It's all played form the midi keyboard in real time which is kind of neat. In fact it's a bit like learning a whole new instrument!

Here's the link to the new video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akELw_u-QXc

Cheers again for the comments,
Robert
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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by Spielraum » Sat Mar 17, 2018 2:07 am

Bud Weiser wrote:
Fri Mar 16, 2018 4:14 pm
XITE too because it´s the actual hardware.
Otherwise this could backfire !
that's what I mean, in the sense of S|C :wink:
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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by the_mind_as_music » Sat Mar 17, 2018 8:14 am

Just to finish off, I've uploaded what I called the 'construction' video. It's supposed to show what patching is available and how it helps create the sound. Its a bit rough and ready (it contains a bug).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DobFaTOVViM&t=476s

As for the Xcite thing, I thought the bug was fixed in Scope 7, if it's the case that the stuff in the PCi cards doesn't work in the flagship stuff, that is a bit of a set back to say the least!

Robert
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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by garyb » Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:23 am

modular works very well in the XITE. there are a few modules that don't work, but they are the same sequencer/sample modules that don't work in 64bit as a known issue. please don't make it look like the whole thing is shit.

also-
very nice for making this video! XITE or no XITE does not matter. it's not an official "how to" video. it's just a cool video from someone showing what he likes.

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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by Bud Weiser » Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:06 pm

garyb wrote:
Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:23 am

modular works very well in the XITE. there are a few modules that don't work, but they are the same sequencer/sample modules that don't work in 64bit as a known issue. please don't make it look like the whole thing is shit.

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very nice for making this video! XITE or no XITE does not matter. it's not an official "how to" video. it's just a cool video from someone showing what he likes.
Yeah ... but most demos on Youtube are "sequenced" synths.
It´s a general thing and not only related to SCOPE.

Now, the sequencers and sample oscillators make most "head scratch" in SCOPE, at least in 64Bit,- and until most or all will be fixed.
I myself, as a keyboard player per sé, don´t recognize most bugs at all because I don´t or rarely use these features while being on 32Bit still.
But I think, young new (potential) customers will be non-players, music-programmers instead,- and 64Bit system users.
I fear, most of ´em aren´t patient and won´t care about explanations and promises.
So, not every vid, probably coming too early, is help for SCOPE.

And I repeat myself when saying SCOPE´s "MIDI CC / preset / total recall" system needs some overhaul for sure,- something which isn´t essential for other users working w/ DAW systems only.
I do both,- and I wish SCOPE wil replace more hardware devices by SCOPE devices and will be usable in realtime w/ 100% total recall incl. MIDI CC assignment in (hopefully near) future.

At least for me, that is the most important improvement necessary,- and step sequencers as also arpeggiator functionality are absolutely 2nd row IMO.
I´d prefer improvements for sample OSCs over step-sequencer and arpeggiator issues.

:)

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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by garyb » Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:33 pm

well, all things are possible in time.
sample oscs would probably be first.

there is a whole heck of a lot of other stuff in modular.
if modular is the main point, then 64bit isn't.

more is better, for sure.

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Re: For the many, not the few.

Post by Spielraum » Sun Mar 18, 2018 7:08 am

what works, works, what does not work, that does not work, we will survive
...i love all my CW / S|C products, and also win xp 32bit,
and also cycling '74, reaktor, kontakt, halion, serum, massive, sylenth ....
on win 7-20, 64-128bit!
we will see forward ;)

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