Creamware Prodyssey ASB

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Pic of the Japanese manual below.

The amazing sounds of Minimax ASB

Published on Oct 31, 2019 [ጠσσǥǥሃ]

“Basically a polyphonic modern Minimoog”

Creamware Minimax ASB 12 Voice Poly Minimoog Synthesizer

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Waldorf Q JADE

Here’s something you might not have seen before. Axel Hartmann, maker of the Hartmann neuron, and the man behind the physical design of a number of synths ranging from Waldorf to Moog, shared this photo online – posters for the Access Virus Indigo, the Waldorf Q in classic Nextel blue, and a Waldorf Q in “JADE” (looks white). Curious if any were ever produced. Also note the poster

Cluster Sound releases Room Simulator free convolution pack for Ableton Live

Cluster Sound Room Simulator

Cluster Sound has announced the release of its Room Simulator for Ableton Live, a convolution pack that reproduces the built-in reverb effect of the Creamware TripleDAT, a rare mid-90s DAW based on dedicated DSP board and featuring real-time external FX processing. Released in the mid ’90s by the German manufactured Creamware, TripleDAT was a professional […]

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Assembling the Dino Park MakeKit EX synthesizer from MakeProAudio and a first look

Published on Oct 2, 2019 BAMTV

“In this video Marc assembles the Dino Park MakeKit EX synthesizer, and gives a sound impression to this small box. The Dino Park comes with three emulations of historic synthesizer classics: Minimax, Prodyssey and the Pro12, the B4000 organ, which we know from the CreamWare SCOPE platform.

In addition, he will show you the additive, wavetable, FM and drum /

Creamware Prodyssey ASB

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“One of the nicest and rarest VAs ever made. All the modulation power of an Odyssey but with presets, extensive MIDI spec and 12 voices of polyphony. Plus a selectable Minimoog filter for extra wallop. All housed in a chunky metal and wooden case. This thing is solid! Extra features (note priority, env trigger etc.) accessible via MIDI CCs so no need for the editor, in my