On 11/03/12 6:55 AM, Jostein Chr. Andersen wrote:
I did a lot of work with TAL NoiseMaker on my recent RPM album, and it
was really great to work with. It's very much your traditional
subtractive synth, but it has a good feature set, and a straightforward
UI, and it sounds great.
If you're familiar with programming the JX-8P, then you should feel
right at home; I don't know how close it would sound to the JX-8P in
particular, but it's definitely capable of a lot of those classic synth
sounds. It also has an effects section that includes two different
chorus algorithms, which are at least vaguely Juno-like -- both sound great.
I've been using the native VST version, from the Distrho project, but
there's an LV2 port in progress as well.
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