A quick question for you all. I'm preparing some smaller soundsets for synths I've not worked with before - this is for my new "Boutique" collection.
Of the following, which would you most like to see some sounds for?
Chromophone, ImpOSCar, OBX Pro, Oddity, Phonec, PolyKB, Razor and Sylenth....
(Please refrain from suggesting anything not on this list. If a synth's not on this list, I've already made a decision about it.)
I occasionally audit where I am with unreleased synth patches.
Here's where things currently stand:
Absynth - 90...
Diva - 860
Hive - 60
Massive - 180
Omnisphere - 215
Uno LX - 130
Zebra - 1200
I think that might give you a little insight into what I've been asked to use in bespoke projects this last year or so. :)
Since I'm not giving you any new toys to play with at the moment, here's a taste of something in the pipeline...
Great interview with Jason Graves about his composing and sound design in MusicTech magazine, in which he also kindly name drops me and my work with him. :)
Brand new "Spotted in the Wild" news item up on my site.
I'm writing a little article for the site about my favourite film soundtracks of all-time.
Trying to get it down to a top ten is proving VERY difficult! Although keeping it to one score per composer is helping a little... sort of... a bit.
Omnisphere Colossus II has reviewed 4.5 out of 5 over at Sounds and Gear. Check out their review here...
- If you could only choose two soft synths. What would you choose?
- So, U-HE have a sale - first time ever! Already have Diva but they a...lso offer 25% (for me) off Zebra. So, is it worth it? Zebra? I already have omni2, Diva, Iris, all Kontakt synths in Ultimate 11 - in your opinion, what does Zebra offer that makes it stand out from the rest? I know you like Zebra and have done sound sets for is so really interested in your opinion. Cheers in advance if you the time to answer