Yeah I saw that yesterday, appears that Alchemy is now part of Logic X, which is cool except that I'm still running Logic 9 since my computer is too old. Oh well, I guess I should complain like all the PC guys.
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That's the sonic layer they leave out in sample libraries.
In your opinion what would you consider is the best format to hear recorded sound?
The comment by DSPAudio in this thread comparing Kyma, MAX & Nord Modular is pretty interesting/entertaining.
The Kyma user will be combining sounds from the library to get really wicked results, but have no idea what they're doing for another few weeks/months. Confusion is common during the adjustment period.
Be interesting to hear why you were attracted to this particular synth.
I think for myself I would go the mixing desk route and use the computer as Forrest does, however it will require a major shuffling of gear. I have worked at bring the audio production quality of my studio components up over the years and have reach its zenith all of which is focused on a 2 channel input daw system. With a mixer Id want multi track recording capabilities which would mean more converters for example, so it will take quite bit of reconfiguring and solution thinking.