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yes! again a soft synth with a very own character! as expected. simply great!

aha great, yes on BF! well, we are ready!!

@alan, it is strange, if you can read german, it is already mentioned in this thread, you see what Sumu will be. how it works, the interview, not only about Sumu, it are 2 interviews!, is quite extensive. it reveils a lot.

so some are in the strange position, to have already an insight...

there is indeed a lot, a lot of info about Sumu in its current state...

i must read the article again, not because my german is so bad, a lot of info...

strangely it reminds, but there are a lot of differences, me on a project that i am beta tester and sometimes more.. for.. also 64 partials, but workflow.is quite different, but it has PM per partial, you can connect aything to it... and other cv destinations...

but still the madrons approach adds, well special shiny possibilities.

and indeed 64 partials are enough, and PM or is it real FM? adds to the character and the bandwidth of a additive/spectral synth, a lot i may add, the other goodies i have to hear what the give to the 64 partials....

Die Welt ist alles, was der Fall ist

(i quote only what i have really read... wittgenstein of course, the first sentence, of tractatus-logico philosophicus, or 'number', and the last sencence, or entry is one of the most misunderstood lines in the world... sorry for this deviation... of mine...)

great to know! and again! looking forward to it!

is there a kind of ETA.... for Sumu... for me a much anticipated synth... Spectral!
the Madrona Labs way... so...

i already said this! o well.. me like repetition.

of course i didn't expect spectral editing, it was in the context of Iris 2. i also have spectralayers pro 7, not real-time, but a sounddesign monster, in a (big...) chain of sounddesign monsters (Kaivo, and now also Aalto has joined the club).

i am very curious how you implement it. i already mentioned, in an other way, that i was very surprised about the capabilities of Aalto, in my memory, it was a good synth, when i demoed it, but now i have it; and wow.. (especially with MPE).

so, based on these 2 synths, i am looking forward to Sumu. every unique approach, with enough controls, will get me..

perhaps not the right thread, but this about MPE.
what is a pity, that release velocity isn't implemented. it isn't really a part of MPE, X Y Z, is mpe. even my sl 49 mk ii, can do release velocity (i discovered by accident), it is quite unknown, also among developers.

release velocity for KAIVO, because that is the only instrument i own from Madrona Labs, till now.. would be a great addition... it is quite underrated..

iris is strangely not a real spectral synth, yes it makes a spectogram, but you can't really perform spectral editing. still a great synth iris 2.

spectral synths, are there any, yes. but not to my taste, or too expensive, and i can get the same results, with more steps, but that has also it's advantages.
(and i am someone who bought for instance accSone Crusher-X, so when i want something..)

additive synhts, also not many, more than spectral.

so i am very curious about SUMU. because granular and spectral, is my main focus now, of course with all other stuff i can use, i build ad hoc...

and strangely ableton live 11 suite has turned into a experimental playground.. for spectral and granular.. or strangely, with M4L, it is nót strange. like that they go their own way.

the kyma comparison makes me even more curious! (and the MAX comparision, which can do spectral very well, but me can't do MAX very well...).

if it is as good as KAIVO, well...