What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION



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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Inconuucl » Wed Jan 13, 2021 7:10 pm

Dandolin wrote:organic synth-like tones

But are they fair trade? :snax:
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Dandolin » Wed Jan 13, 2021 11:32 pm

must be non-GMO
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"I also have a Fat Goat HB/P90 on my bastardized f-hollowed V, which is made of God-knows what kind of wood and of how many pieces. That guitar sounded OK when I installed one Shlabotnik pup on it; it actually became alive, very soaring; but I ended up preferring the Fat Goat, which gives me a darker, more "barking" tone as well as more "CHANK" and (maybe) better dynamics when played clean."
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Dowi » Thu Jan 14, 2021 4:19 am

But what about organic organ-like tones?
Or orangutan tones.
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Muse FTW » Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:04 pm

Did that Boss Waza teaser from last year ever come to fruition?
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby UglyCasanova » Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:28 pm

The tone bender? It was announced in December, so it's probably just not out yet.
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Pepe » Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:32 pm

It was announced in December that "the TB-2W Tone Bender will be available in Q2 2021" (Roland website).
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Muse FTW » Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:36 pm

Damn I thought it was supposed to be a Hyper Fuzz lol.
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Inconuucl » Thu Jan 14, 2021 3:37 pm



The microfreak is becoming harder and harder to ignore.
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Inconuucl: :!!!:
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Dandolin » Thu Jan 14, 2021 4:16 pm

i ain't been ignoring dat - it was already great :snax: :p
On an other board, in another time:
"I also have a Fat Goat HB/P90 on my bastardized f-hollowed V, which is made of God-knows what kind of wood and of how many pieces. That guitar sounded OK when I installed one Shlabotnik pup on it; it actually became alive, very soaring; but I ended up preferring the Fat Goat, which gives me a darker, more "barking" tone as well as more "CHANK" and (maybe) better dynamics when played clean."
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby coldbrightsunlight » Thu Jan 14, 2021 5:09 pm

Dandolin wrote:i ain't been ignoring dat - it was already great :snax: :p

^^^ what are the changes?
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Dandolin » Thu Jan 14, 2021 5:48 pm

snipped from the internet:

...3 new oscillator algorithms from Eurorack modular makers Noise Engineering. They are called Bass, SawX and Harm and although the algorithms are complex you only get to play with 3 parameters and one of those is noise.

Bass: Something to do with sine waves and cosine waves, modulators, saturation and wavefolding. The result is a solid bass thump that gets nicely folded and torn apart with the Fold knob and then melted with Saturate which acts on the cosine wave. The Noise control phase modulates between the two oscillators in opposite phase and is added between the folds.

SawX: A recognisable sawtooth wave with “Saw Mod” phase modulation and “Shape” chorus. This does exactly what you imagine it will and has a really lively sound. The Noise control sets the amount of phase modulation by sub-sampled white noise.

Harm: A harmonic oscillator that adds harmonics/partials to a fundamental frequency. Spread sets the relation of partials and Rectification adds a sort of half fold to each partial. Noise sets the amount of phase-modulated noise and master clip level.

[source: https://www.gearnews.com/arturia-microf ... gineering/ ]
On an other board, in another time:
"I also have a Fat Goat HB/P90 on my bastardized f-hollowed V, which is made of God-knows what kind of wood and of how many pieces. That guitar sounded OK when I installed one Shlabotnik pup on it; it actually became alive, very soaring; but I ended up preferring the Fat Goat, which gives me a darker, more "barking" tone as well as more "CHANK" and (maybe) better dynamics when played clean."
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Woolworm » Fri Jan 15, 2021 6:48 am

echorec wrote:For $9, this is pretty rad.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cse7rpwjpqM


Lol weird, I was looking at pure magnetik's plugins only a few days ago. Super impressed with some of them. Will defo be copping the sampling, ambient, granular, spectral stuff.
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby Dandolin » Fri Jan 15, 2021 2:16 pm

(big drop on Reverb) lol, we can all just go home now
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On an other board, in another time:
"I also have a Fat Goat HB/P90 on my bastardized f-hollowed V, which is made of God-knows what kind of wood and of how many pieces. That guitar sounded OK when I installed one Shlabotnik pup on it; it actually became alive, very soaring; but I ended up preferring the Fat Goat, which gives me a darker, more "barking" tone as well as more "CHANK" and (maybe) better dynamics when played clean."
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Re: What's hot in 2021: NAMM COMES IN LIKE A LION

Postby cantremember » Sat Jan 16, 2021 2:43 pm

Looks like eqd is releasing a new reverb/stretch? pedal

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