D-Collector wrote:Did you use some of my patches in those clips? Why would you want to do that? Accurate and funky emulation of the classic Hohner. How would I do that in a hardware synth from 1984? A full patchbank with original sounds created by me over a long time. I think there are one or two nice sounds in here, and I hope you like it. I love cats too, as does my wife. The keyboard is dynamic and has aftertouch.
In fact, after I took that pic he grabbed that strip and ran off with it. And the cool chicks too Nice job. I think Smokey was interested in that plastic strip that holds the keys in. All parameters are available without the programmer, but editing with the data slider requires patience, and it is severely limited for live tweaking as only one control can be accessed at a time. A quite realistic Hammond Cool sounding organ with percussion Nice emulation Great programming of velocity, filter, envelopes to simulate the classic Latin percussion sound. Here's an article on how to clean the sensor strip: But this is a lot of work.
The original bank is quite boring. But i had fun playing some of yours while checking them out. Midi Quest Order and Downloads Windows Macintosh. It features two per voice, two software-generated and relatively soft , - and filters, two types of fixed-rate , three different modes, etc. This module runs in all three versions of Midi Quest: Midi Quest Essentials, Midi Quest, and Midi Quest Pro. This is what it looked like when I got it.
I had it removed and sitting inside the synth case. . I do not cooperate with people selling such beautiful sounding machines! Patches are compatible with and synthesizers. Just remove the volume board the board the sliders are on and replace resistor R7 with a 120K resistor. If your aftertouch works but requires a heavy hand, the resistor mod is a lot easier if you know how to solder. Additionally, users can store 32 custom sounds in its internal memory, and 32 more in the optional M-16C cartridge.
There are many editing parameters available, and also they typical Roland on-board chorus, and portamento. Below is a small sampling of Midi Quest features. She doesn't want me to keep it. Figured you could capture screenshots of the parameters. Removing the keybed Here's the main board Smokey inspecting my work Keys are cleaned and ready to be reinstalled white keys in this pic Reinstalling the keys All keys installed Here's the pics I took tonight in preparation for selling 'er: Click on a pic to see a larger version. Expressive solo synth Great solo sound utilizing square waveforms.
That's assuming it's a preset and not something the prior owner programmed. I had to get it back and hide it until I put 'er back together. For more detail on Midi Quest and the differences between the three versions, please click here. Recently gone:Polysix 8 , Prophet Rev2 6. Further, the synth's specification is surprisingly polished for an instrument of this vintage unlike most earlier Roland synths, and even its direct successor,. Coz analog makes kitties purrrrrrrrrrrr.
How exactly did you fix the aftertouch? It was missing 4 slider caps and had 2 broken keys. I programmed all the patches from the front panel as I do with all my gear. . . . . .
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