I wondered today, what our name and our product name would look like in written Korean and thanks to the translate service provided by a large search engine it’s easier than ever to find it.
So, without further ado, here it is:
First our name “Good Loops” (capital letters looked the same in Korean so I left it the way I typed):
And also “Guitar Kitchen” which I personally think is visually much more poetic:
What do you think?
I created a control surface for DIVA (the other really impressive synth by u-he). Because of its fixed circuitry DIVA actually lends itself a little better to a controller than the modular Zebra2.
Using this controller you can switch between all oscillator, filter and envelope models. So you really almost don’t have to look at the screen at all. The controller is not quite finished (controls for the effects and a lot of the in depth parameters are missing). Because I have to get back to work on “Koslowski + Haferkamp” and “Danni Lowinski” now, I won’t be able to continue building on these controllers for a couple of weeks, but I wanted them to be out there. It would be great if you expanded on them!
1 – Main
This panel contains the oscillators, the filters, the envelopes and the most common global parameters.
2 – Modulators
This panel contains the LFOs and will (in future versions) contain the effects as well.
Sorry, this post in German as the review is also in German.
Großen Dank an Amazona.de, für die Florian Scholz unsere Library getestet hat. Darüber freuen wir uns sehr! Hier könnte ihr den Testbericht lesen:
Test: Good Loops Guitar Kitchen Vol. 1, Gitarren-Loops – AMAZONA.de.
Yesterday I finally bought Lemur for iPad and WOW. Creating your own setups is so easy compared to other solutions that I tried in the past. So I created a controller surface for Zebra2 in a couple of hours.
Zebra2 is one of the most versatile and best sounding synths on the market today and my personal go to synth. But since I’m sitting in front of the computer all day anyway and the mouse is such an uninspiring tool to control an instrument, this controller makes it possible to quickly shape and change a patch. And because it’s all done with standard MIDI messages, you can record and edit all values in your sequencer. When composing for television I often have longer stretches of a pattern that needs a little bit of variation and with this controller I can now quickly jump to the right parameter, hit record and move the control. Before I had to dig down the automation menu and find the parameter in question… lots of tedious mouse clicks. Or make sure the ModWheel is mapped to the one parameter that I want to use for variation at the moment.
1 – Main
This panel contains the XY-pads that are so useful for soundshaping as well as controls for the Envelopes and basic controls for the LFOs.
2 – Filters
The controls for the VCFs and the XMFs that are contained in the synthesis grid are on this panel.
3 – OSC
Controls for the basic parameters of the oscillators (OSC) and the FM oscillators (FMO)
4 – FX
This panel contains the controls for the effects (shaper, sideband, distortion) in the synthesizer grid.
5 – Global FX and 6 – Global FX 2
Global FX contains controls for the effects (Chorus, Delay, Reverb, shaper, distortion, sideband) in the global grid.
7 – Mix
Allows for easy access to the volume controls of both the synths lanes in the grid as well as the output mix. This panel also contains controls for Glide.
Thanks to input from Harvey Jones of Blow Up Hollywood I’ve updated the 2 Bar Loop Machine to include a control for the feedback of the long delay. This adds a smooth way to clear out your current pattern.