ThomasNewBeat wrote:That table needs to be updated but I can't do that until I get my CT60 back. So it WILL be updated asap. Promise!
But to get an idea, you can get up to 16 voices on std Falcon with reverb and delay enabled. Up to 28 voices (ACE MIDI) on CT60 which is more than previous versions.
ThomasNewBeat wrote:There are still things to look at - I got a hang crash at Sommarhack this weekend, but havn't been able to reproduce it yet.
There is also some annoying screen flicker from time to time.
Scarlettkitten wrote:Fantastic, ACE tracker is my most used falcon music prog, may have to invest in ACE midi now there's a new version
ThomasNewBeat wrote:dml, no, it can't read .mid's, sorry.
ThomasNewBeat wrote:Btw, what happened with Apex Audio, how far did you go?
ThomasNewBeat wrote:Should also mention that no samples are used in those two 2.0 modules, all sounds are pure DSP realtime! I'm esp. proud of the choir sound as I have wondered since early 90's (when I tried some Juno synth) how they are generated. Now I know. Only took some 20+ years... but it was some kind of relief to finally figure ut out. It's never to late to learn.
EvilFranky wrote:Amazing. Surely the Falcon was best audio computer of the early 90's?
It's just a shame the other half is so under powered
What sort of output resolution and frequency is achieved? Can it output a pure digital signal via FDI?
dhedberg wrote:Almost 10 years have passed since the previous release of ACE but now it's finally here with a lot of new stuff. New filters, new oscillators and sub oscillators, new mix mode, and much more! Included is also a set of 240 patches to play around with.
Eero Tamminen wrote:This brings me memories of my own GUI sound editor/creator for ST done with GFA basic + assembly (in early nineties I think). One could give relative weights to higher harmonics of the base (sine) frequency and an envelope for the volume of the whole thing. For some reason all the sounds sounded a little metallic, although I think they should've been more flute-like
Hippy Dave wrote:I used to have a PAiA 8700 analog synthesizer. The triangle wave seemed to be the most musical. My choice of waveform for DSP experimentation would be to sweep from sawtooth to triangle with an option for clipping. Ring-modulating triangle waves give good drum sounds too.
Eero Tamminen wrote:Hippy Dave wrote:I used to have a PAiA 8700 analog synthesizer. The triangle wave seemed to be the most musical. My choice of waveform for DSP experimentation would be to sweep from sawtooth to triangle with an option for clipping. Ring-modulating triangle waves give good drum sounds too.
Doing real-time changes to ring-modulated sounds can produce pretty interesting effects. I did some with SpiralSynth on Linux:
Here's a bunch of those sounds:
iceman wrote:Does anyone know the cost of Ace MIDI 2?
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