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Pic of the Japanese manual below.
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 creamware.com poster
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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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 /
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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