Acoustring

Physical Modeling synth for plucked acoustic string instruments.

(1.5K Votes)
2.2 (Updated 13 years ago)
57.7kB
August 04, 2003
Reaktor 5 or lower

DESCRIPTION

Acoustring version 2.2 update info (09.10.2005):

- This version is for Reaktor 5 (and higher). If you only have Reaktor 4, please click "show other versions" under Details to the right. Then download Acoustring v2.0 (NOT Acoustring v2.1 since this contains the wrong file).

- Added a knob for controlling velocity sensitivity (VelSens) in the Post-filter section, so that you can make keyboard playing sound a bit brighter (more like the Random note player).

- Added 6 new presets (Snap 28 - 33)

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Acoustring v2 update info (07.09.2003):
- I have kept all the presets from version 1.0, and they all sound the same as before. I have made some small changes to the Exciter > EQ > Pre-filter unit. I added Peak EQ (or mid frequency EQ), tiny on/off switches to each of the EQs and some new filter types. Apart from these changes the String section is the same as before.
- All presets from Acoustring 1.0 have the following in common: They all have the Reverb and the new Random note player switched ON. All other effect units are switched OFF, but I have made usefull settings in these effect units for all version 1.0 presets, so all you have to do is switch them on (I recommend testing one at a time). The effect settings for the presets are very similar, but not the settings in the Filter/Delay combo unit. Here I have used different settings for each preset to show some of it\'s capabilities.
- The main changes in version 2.0 is probably the addition of the Filter/Delay combo unit and the new Random note player (the old style have been kept also). The new style player is based on Uwe G. Hoenig\'s ugh gTrigger in the Mr. Geiger macro in his very nice ugh geigerDrum ensemble. So, thanks to him and also to Jesse Buehler, who gave me the idea to dive into this macro in the first place. I have included a Readme file (AcoustringV2readme.txt) with information about and tutorials for these two units, and some information about clock controls.
- 26 presets
- Made with Reaktor 4.0.3 on PC
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Acoustring is a Physical Modeling synth based on a simple implementation of the Karplus-Strong algorithm for plucked strings. Just don\'t expect something as advanced as the excellent Steampipe by Martijn Zwartjes. I made it specifically to create sounds that sound like plucked acoustic string instruments. Although it can\'t be made to sound exactly like a specific real acoustic instrument, I\'ve tried to make it sound natural, and the presets sound kind of like mutations of real instruments (one sounds to me like a mix of a harp and a guitar). Acoustring also responds to key velocity in the sense that the string sounds slightly brighter (not only louder) when you hit a key harder.

- There are a couple of piano like presets in there, but they sound very dark and only sound \"realistic\" on higher notes.
- Features 3 string sections (which means you could make a guitar with 18 strings!). Note that the CPU load will be much greater when you use all three strings.
- The excellent reverb is made by the excellent Martijn Zwartjes. I took it from his excellent SteamPipe2D :-)
- Features a Random note player (with lots of scales) which also simulates key velocity. Nice to have running when you create snapshots.
- Reaktor 4.0.2 on PC

Kristian \"anstiKri\" Thom

COMMENTS  (167)

Michel Barbaro
3 months ago
Very beautiful instrument! Thank you! I used it with JUNO Chorus e Valhalla Vintage Reverb. It sounded astonishing!
NigelH
3 years ago
Wonderful sounding instrument!
Paule
3 years ago
Yes, it´s a fine instrument Kristian. For different colours you can change the noise building block to a noise macro by Eric Wistrand (it´s in the macro library). Enjoy more sounds!
Julian Cafarella
4 years ago
Here is a new piece made using Acoustring amongst other userlibrary synths and also NI Sibharmonic 2 and VST Massive: https://soundcloud.com/julian-cafarella/affinities-of-half_diminished-chords-and-their-progressions
Kevin Carbonneau
5 years ago
Thanks for working on this. I needed a new pluck sound and this works great.
guido verhelst
5 years ago
Great!!!!!
Andrew Makings
5 years ago
Beautiful. Thank you
Huen Alfee
5 years ago
Sweet!
Paul Hurtubise
6 years ago
versatile. like the "String 2" and "String 3", they really fatten up some of the sounds ... very full. thanks!
Matthias Roeingh
6 years ago
cool! downloading for try out
chris scott
6 years ago
Awesome ens, thank you. It was worth the effort of rigging the voting to give it 12 !
Wenda Zonnefeld
6 years ago
Quite Beautiful. :)
Robert Stevenson
8 years ago
carful with this, if you have a project to finish in a hurry you may want to skip for now because it sounds so beautifull you may find yourself simply noodling away for the next day or so. Very nice indeed and very playable. Pretty low CPU usage too.
Bram Meindersma
8 years ago
first downloaded ensmble here too! lot of fun directly, love the random note generator & the sound is nice & clear
Simon Jarvis
8 years ago
Nice sound though the basic oscillators seem to be quite limited. Was rather hoping I could make a double bass, or a convincing bow but I can't get there
Adam Anderson
8 years ago
thank you!
Graeme Lang
8 years ago
As a new user of Reaktor this was one of the first ensembles I've downloaded. It sounds beautiful! Well done!
Richard Bull
8 years ago
So gorgeous...really wonderful, mature sound-design. Thank you!
Louis Lupo
8 years ago
This .ens is better than many of the pre-packaged Reaktor ensembles. A highly professional piece of work and the sounds are found in some of my music. Thanks for the efforts and contributions Kristian Thom.
Marko Hautamäki
9 years ago
Amazing & beautiful thing!
Ariel Kenan
9 years ago
I just like to leave it on random play and drift off to Dreamland... ooOoOOoo
martyn quickenden
9 years ago
Thanks for the up - found this especially useful for layering up sampled strings, adds a real depth to some of my old samples - great work :)
Grant Miller
9 years ago
Lovely presets. This thing is fun. I love these kinds of sounds.
Andrew Trapani
9 years ago
Fantastic synth with a fantastic set of preset. Thank you so much for your generous gift.
RICHARD CHRISTY
9 years ago
This is a beautiful sounding instrument. Well done!
Abe Ackerman
9 years ago
Incredible, Thank You!
Michael Wheeler
9 years ago
Sounds beautiful,I love it.
Georg Fries
9 years ago
After years using this (and finding it again after a crash^^) I just can say this stays one of the most beautiful ensembles I ever played. Outstanding.
Gary Kephart
10 years ago
Phenomenal instrument. Thank you for a very beautiful thing!
Robert Behrens
10 years ago
This is the best instrument I have played in a long time. It is a masterpiece. I can't wait to get started with the new ideas that this instrument has sparked!! Thank You!
Nick Percival
10 years ago
Lovely work. Thanks for sharing.
10 years ago
very cool thank you for sharing
Adam Hanley
10 years ago
This is really very nice for a large number of reasons.
Richard Lyall
10 years ago
Excellent thanks!
Robin Barklis
11 years ago
congratulations, this is excellent.
Stephen Gallagher
11 years ago
beautiful...just beautiful. thankyou!
Alex Reitterer
11 years ago
kristian, thank you, i was tripping arround for an hour now. realy great work!very animate sounding. damn good! thanks. alex
Rod Staples
11 years ago
This is my favorite. Worth Buying Reaktor just for this. Excellent thanks.
hans mullens
11 years ago
Great,really like it..thanks
Tyler Tipton
11 years ago
Don't think I could say anything that hasn't already been said above, but I really love this, thanks!
Paul Falk
11 years ago
This module definitely captures the essence of stringed instruments. I've already used this in a track and I can't imagine anything better to use for the need for plucked strings, aside from an actual player!
Sonam Gray
11 years ago
Im trying to steer away from melody things these days, but this is soo well done and pleasing, i just like it.. thanx
shawn gilbert
11 years ago
This is So wonderful!!! For guy's like me that "feel/hear" guitar as an instrument,but have yet to learn to play what I feel due to the obvious years of experience it takes to learn to play,this is a true gift to us all! Thank you so much for your time and effort...if i could vote it 100 out of 10 I would,but it only goes up to 10 so that's what you get from me!
Christopher Soulos
11 years ago
Very beautiful sound
Michael Lee
11 years ago
Awesome. I will be using this one a lot.
Mark Murison
12 years ago
really beautiful; expressive, dynamic and inspirational...thanks :-D
Michael Ashton
12 years ago
Absolutely gorgeous -- definitely a classic
Thomas Hoffend
12 years ago
Thank you so very much for this ensemble. I am a mandolin and guitar player and a learning synthesist, and I love the way Acoustring sounds.
Donald Valdez
12 years ago
my fav reaktor ens currently... it's perfect for what i'm doing in a scary way...
jamie medlicott
12 years ago
Awesome this is ready good! Woo gonna kill some time with this. Thanks very much
Rune Broendbo
12 years ago
thanks for sharing this great ensemble
Ronald Haaker
12 years ago
what a beatifull sound !! very usefull synth !! thanks a lot
12 years ago
So beautiful! Thanks again for sharing your wonderful art.
12 years ago
Just beautiful work. Thank you for sharing this with us!
arachnaut
12 years ago
This is mellow, mellifluous, non-melancholy. I can play it in the background forever.
Michael Goodwin
12 years ago
I am so taken with this instrument. It is so curious. I just turn it on and all of a sudden there are finished compositions that have not even been writen bouncing off my eardrums. Magic, so wonderfull. It is things like that that remind me why I love music and the nature of the people who share it so freely. Thank you so much for all your hard work. Regards Mike Goodwin
Viktor Karassik
12 years ago
Viktor Karassik 2006/10/11 This is wonderful. I played it nonstop for couple of hours, wish you'd listen. Great work, the best of Reaktor. Thank you.
Tom Cohoe
12 years ago
How to follow so many comments of praise ... I love it and am moved. This is the best Reacktor synth I've heard, and I've been hearing a lot of god ones lately, especially in physical modelling.
Benjamin Ward
12 years ago
Lovely stuff, the first ensemble I have downloaded for ages :-)
Niels Voll
12 years ago
awesome synth - and the random player is a great gadget - thanks for sharing your work, Kristian ! Niels
Erik Ingmanndsen
12 years ago
I just read all the comments after placing mine, WOW it's quite a hit, and not hard to believe. I think the velocity is just fine. And Please do not even consider removing or reducing the reverb, as someone stated, as that is what the reverb controls are for. Again Brilliant! Erik A Ingmanndsen
Erik Ingmanndsen
12 years ago
Hallo Kristian! A PERFECT 10!! You are GENIOUS!!!! You must be a fan of Flying Saucer Attack, I am too, I have seeked for realistic acoustic guitars, and ones w/ such character as in your ensemble. No PCM synth or otherwise comes close!!! Thank you SO much for making it possible to play one of my favorite Genres of musik, amongst all the others I love w/ acoustic guitar. Perhaps others won't like it as much, but it has JUST the right sound for me. Again Many Thanks! Erik A Ingmanndsen
Thomas ESCURE
13 years ago
Thank you Kristian, usually it's not my kind of synths, but this one is really good sounding.
Neville Edwards
13 years ago
Hi Kristian, I've been racking my brains out to try and work out how to add midi out to the random scale generator ? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Most of all thanks for such a great instrument!
James McIntosh
13 years ago
this is a classic. many thanks.
John Petersen
13 years ago
great ensemble ! this will be my "go to" sound when i am writing. it inspires. thank you for creating a sublime instrument.
Patrick Belden
13 years ago
Love it, very rich and musical. Nice graphics to boot! Thanks for sharing.
greg simpson
13 years ago
Warm, lively & natural, I like it a lot! I use this a lot to improvise.
rainer Ehrenberg
13 years ago
Dieses ist ja wohl das erstaunlichste, was ich nach dem Erwerb von Reaktor als dankbarst empfundenes Geschenk herunterladen durfte. MortMachine(=Mozart in der Maschine). B ewundertsten Dank!! Rainer
james goodrich
13 years ago
i love this so much. thanks man.
Shaun Undem
13 years ago
Thanks Kristian for your creation. Very useable to me when I run out of gas creatively. I would agree with previous users that less reverb on the presets would be a good step to improving it. Otherwise I cant complain...
Kristian Thom
13 years ago
Bruce, try to use the VelSens knob (Post-filter section) at different settings. If you turn the VelSens knob all the way down to 0 (zero), the velocity curve will be linear and you shouldn't need to hit the keys so hard. I'm not sure what you mean by unpredictable timbre, but since this is a physical modeling synth you'll probably never get the exact same timbre twice. I guess some presets will sometimes generate a sound that seems "out of place", but I don't know how that can be avioded.
Bruce Frazer
13 years ago
I would really like this insturment, except for one thing. The velocity sensitivity is very strange. It is too sensitive. I must bang on my kayboard to get a sound, but if I bang too hard I get very unpredictable timbre. Is there a way to "push all the vlocities" closer to "normal"? I tried myself, but don't really understand gate events. If 0 is off, and non-zero is velocity, how can I scale velocity without turning the gate off into gate on?
Jörg Moeken
13 years ago
Herzallerliebst:-)
Jacek Wierzchowski
13 years ago
and 10 from me.Simply my favourite sounds
Mark Bonnington
13 years ago
It got a "10" from me... and that's incredibly rare. Congratulations!
sam burford
13 years ago
Love this. Very musical.
NigelH
13 years ago
I love the musical sounds on this one. Makes a very pleasant change from the usual noise.
Oliver Greschke
13 years ago
great like already version 2 was ... one stupid question: how can I fastly change the pitch/note of the sequencer ?
jace cavacini
13 years ago
this is lovely. nice to just sit and listen to it. it makes a nice calm environmental background for times when traditional music is too much.
Paule
13 years ago
awesome, thanx
Stefan Nemeth
13 years ago
Cool!
Logan Susnick
13 years ago
Simple and beautiful
Kristian Thom
13 years ago
Hi Chris, Marcel and any others that want to download the correct version. I don't have the time to look into this right now, but for now please click on "show other versions" and download "Acoustring v2.0" instead. I think this is the correct version, and it is probably compatible with both R4 and R5. I am however unable to confirm this at the moment. This problem is not my fault. NI have made some changes to some ensembles in the User Library to update them to R5 only, so they must have re-uploaded the wrong file for this ensemble.
Chris R Gibson
13 years ago
Hey Marcel, you are correct. This is a earlier version for sure.
Marcel Minderhoud
13 years ago
When I download this file, the piture doesn't match. I think version 1 is in the zip file, not version 2.
muz4now
13 years ago
Amazing. Nicely done.
Arthur Lewis
13 years ago
I'm on R4.1.3 wih OS X 10.3.4, and I'm getting a message saying "This file was created by a newer version. Please get a software update!" Is anyone else having this problem?
Ray Gurango
14 years ago
Amazing piece of work. It'll definately be put to use.
james whisenant
14 years ago
I just opened it in R4.1.3 on OSX 10.3.9, and had no problems. I haven't used it too extenseively yet, but certainly no crashes. Very nice work.
Benjamin Dauer
14 years ago
Absolutely stunning. Thank you for this wonderful tool. Peace.
Larry Martin
14 years ago
at first I was scoring it low BUT... when you start using it for what it does the best I have given you almost a 10 it sounds great an easy breeze to use quick results low cpu.thanks
Jesse Rhodes
14 years ago
Wow, very nice! I really like this one. I was wondering if there was a possibility you could a pitch bend module to it such a way as it wouldn't affect the decay of already "plucked" notes. I tried myself, but I can't figure out how it's done. Any ideas? Anyone? Thanks!
Coen Thomas
14 years ago
Sounds exactly like a non-existing-plucked-string-type-of-instrument. Warm, alive and natural, I like it a lot!
Michael Polane
14 years ago
you the king (at least one of them)
Joakim Fahlström
14 years ago
Just up'd the Env Att. above 50, put on the random note player and now I can't stop enjoying the strings singing, excellent stuff ;)
Joakim Fahlström
14 years ago
Beautiful!!
Andreas Koslik
14 years ago
Very useful, blends supernice into orchestral Ambiances !! Love it, kosi
CinningBao
14 years ago
Always looking for new karplus-string examples - this one's a beauty. Lovely, Cheers.
Jason Stilger
14 years ago
Just got Reaktor and this is an awesome instrument. Thanks
John Avarese
14 years ago
I love the sound of this. It always fits in the track.
Emi Yamada
14 years ago
beautiful sounds. I just recently got Reaktor, and I didn't think it could generate sounds as organic as this. very impressed. thanx
greg purkey
14 years ago
Very Very nice sounds.
Tony Jones
14 years ago
Lovely sounds, peacefully mellowy, many thanks
Edward Hipkins
14 years ago
wow great sounds great ens, will destruct and learn how
Hugo Portillo
14 years ago
Gorgeous sound! I'm impressed! Well done. I used it already for a track. If you would like to hear it go to http://www.acidplanet.com/artist.asp?PID=445423&T=541
christoph noppeney
14 years ago
Vielen Dank.Hervorragend
Evan Schiller
14 years ago
I love it. Many thanks!
Kay Wächter
14 years ago
Nice "Hawaian" Sound.
Dana Woodaman
14 years ago
As a new Reaktor user, this is exactly the kind of thing I was hoping the program could do - its really quite wonderful. thanks for sharing!
Rory Dow
14 years ago
Wow - stunning sound, and very dynamic - thank you so much!
Michael Polane
14 years ago
Verry real!!
Rainer Ortwein
14 years ago
nothing to add to the previous speakers ....!
Louis Dufort
14 years ago
Very, very nice!! Your model is the most credible I have hear yet!!
ALEX GRAY
14 years ago
alex Gray excellent ins.A fine example of the musicality potential of Reaktor when in the hands of someone like Kristian.
John Gronvall
14 years ago
Just bought Reaktor and experimenting wildly. Wonderful soft and close sounds. I especially like how some of the "Snap" sounds resembles some electroacoustic guitars.. Great!
Mitchell Thomashow
14 years ago
Beuatiful sounds, stimulating lots of musical ideas. Works fine on OSX 10.3.4....I'm a new Reaktor Sessions owner and I am beyond pleased at the quality of acoustring....there's much to explore here.....
John Loose
14 years ago
Kristian, this has to be my favorite module I've downloaded. Just beautiful, inspirational sounds. thanks
Kristian Thom
14 years ago
Robert, do you mean that the Volume knob can't be turned high enough? Anyway, I have been thinking about increasing the volume range in a later update (see below). Daniel, I think you make a good point. The reason you hear a difference is that the Post-filter (Post section in the String section) handles the Random Note Player and Keyboard playing differently. So, when you play the keyboard, it may sound more muffled (softer). There are mainly two reasons for this. Firstly, I have a cheap Midi keyboard that does not handle velocity very well (I have played a real piano, so I know). Secondly, I'm not a good keyboard player, i.e. I have difficulty sensing how hard I should hit a key to get a certain velocity. These two reasons combined made me come up with a solution that basically fitted my keyboard and playing ability. If you are using Reaktor (not Session), you can experiment with "RANGE" in the "On. Vel" module in the Post section. Double-click on the "On. Vel" module, and increase the Min value (0.25 presently). Here is a simpler workaround that might help: If we take Snap 2 as an example, you'll see that the Cut knob in the Post section is at 110. Simply turn it up to 120. As I said in Comment 42, I (still) don't have much time to work with Reaktor at the moment, but I hope to update Acoustring to 2.1 within a couple of months, and then I will try to come up with a better solution to this velocity issue.
Daniel Koenen
15 years ago
This has some gorgeous sounds! as soon as I clicked the play button i was pulled in by the quality of the sounds. but when i try to play the sounds by playing on my keyboard...the sounds are very soft? can't find a reason for this...
Robert Nelson
15 years ago
Capable of very sweet and soft tones. The quality of the sounds is great, just wish they could be made louder.
David Vincent
15 years ago
Oliver Greschke
15 years ago
Think your random modul is great. I just inserted an adder and a fader modul between the pitch out of the "Random note player" and the "String section" to variate the pitch of the whole Instrument. That's enough for me ;-)
Kristian Thom
15 years ago
Oliver, if you are referring the Random note player, then you can't change the key. I just made it to have something playing while programming the synth. It was never meant to do the playing for you ;-) Also, the random player was for me just a fun experiment in randomization. At the moment I dont have much time to work with Reaktor, so I'm not sure when (or if I ever will) update this part of Acoustring.
Oliver Greschke
15 years ago
how I say, wonderfull instrument ... a question: wherecan I cange the key of the sequencer ?
Philip Blumberg
15 years ago
Sounds beautiful and very responsive. Brilliant work!
Oliver Greschke
15 years ago
wonderfull instrument !
Thomas Schumacher
15 years ago
i just have to agree with paul chauncy: "the wonders of maths + humans!" - thank you!
Robert Croft
15 years ago
This is really fantastic - what everyone else said "times 10"
paul chauncy
15 years ago
Fantastische! Like Steampipe, wonderfully musical. I find the Random Note Player astonishing - the wonders of maths + humans!
Heath Rezabek
15 years ago
Kristian, i really, *really* like this Synthesizer! aside from having a soft spot for physically modeled instruments, i am impressed by the variety and quality of the sounds it produces. and, i am extremely smitten with two things: your inclusion of user notes as a sidebar built into the synth [description & context a scrollbar away!], and your setting of the 'random walk' when the clock is started. this feature alone helps to gauge the sound of the instrument in a neutral and detached way, and that is extremely helpful. i wish more of the submissions had these two features in particular. keep on physically modelling and keep up the great work! bumping this one up in the rating department... -aqaraza
15 years ago
tursi max
15 years ago
superbe!!!
Serge Collin
15 years ago
Fantastic! It will also be great to have the effect as a stand alone in the effects download section. ATHEUS
Yves Cooreman
15 years ago
Amazing synth. This kind of quality is exactly the reason why I bought Reaktor Session. Stefan Chowdhury was right, switch on the random note player and your ready to relax... great stuff
Dieter Zobel
15 years ago
Great!
Steffen Hösel
15 years ago
WWWWHHHHOOOOOFFFF !!! well this is a definitive BIIIG instrument. i love it !!! especially the sound of the last snapshot (check your pulse) rolls and rolls and is absolutely perfect to fit my current sound-study on xperimentals. BIG THX and make more of that !!!!!!!
Kristian Thom
15 years ago
Thanks again to all for your comments! Nice also to hear that it works on OSX. NOTE: Due to some thoughtless programming on my part, the clocks in the Random note player will drift when using different rates. Note to self: use ONE clock source. Err... I won't spend time fixing this since it's not an extremely huge problem. Also, the Random note player is just an added fun gadgetry kinda thing, right?
Sinisa Jagarinec
15 years ago
this is the best since supercollider!!!
howard green
15 years ago
Superb and highly useful in composition. Howard Green
Kimmo Kivelä
15 years ago
Wow. Got it working with OS X 10.2.6. Great.
ned Bouhalassa
15 years ago
Beautiful stuff. Works for me on OS X (10.2.6) + G4 867. Thanks!
Lenny Wohl
15 years ago
some really beautiful strings, and the way key velocity affects the sound is brilliant!
heiko jurdzinski
15 years ago
wow,sounds really great!good job
Phil Durrant
15 years ago
very nice indeed
Al Watson
15 years ago
by the way, any chance of implementing some mod/pitch modulators for some vibrato and filter changing and stuff? just a thought............. :-)
Al Watson
15 years ago
fantastic! please feel free to make more instruments that make me sound clever........!!
Al Watson
15 years ago
chris zippel
15 years ago
chriz . doesn't seem to work with reaktor session, os 9.2.2 ? any ideas?
Kevin Goldsmith
15 years ago
Very nice
Henry Gibson
15 years ago
Stunning :) Thank you
Jesse Buehler
15 years ago
beautiful...this is one ensemble that I'm really going to use... btw, I switched the geiger module with one of the tempo synced geiger macros from Geigerdrums, so now the notes play in time with my sequencing...thank you soooo much for this ensemble!
Adam Luckhaupt
15 years ago
Very impressive. Thanks
john mcCaig
15 years ago
wow. the random note bit is really nice. good work! the strings part sounds good to i guess ;)
Kristian Thom
15 years ago
Thanks for all the nice comments! To the OSX users: I sadly have no access to any Mac, and I don't know what the problem might be. If there are any PC users out there that also have access to Reaktor on OSX, feel free to upload a fix for OSX, or let me know why it doesn't work. Thanks!
Kimmo Kivelä
15 years ago
Crashing my G4 with OS X when opened.
Sami Rahola
15 years ago
One of the best ensembles ever. Beautiful.
Terry Piper
15 years ago
Nice, I especially liked the “Big Cheese 2” sound.
Mike Woloszyn
15 years ago
Yo Yo Yo
Artur Nowak
15 years ago
Beatifull sound... well done!
David Coffin
15 years ago
Ooooh, I WANT this....but it crashes R instantly when I try to load it....any Mac OSX'ers getting it to work?
Michael Storgaard
15 years ago
This one is really excellent!!! Nice, warm sounds indeed...Thank you for this.
Bix Sigurdsson
15 years ago
Dope! bix
Stefan Chowdhury
15 years ago
When switching on the arpeggiator mode, i felt into deep meditation at once. extraordinary tool, good sound, warm feeling. congratulations. please your next one soon.
Stefan Knauthe
15 years ago
same comment on this...very good.very usefull...thanxx...
Rick Scott
15 years ago
gorgeous ... :-)
Eric Benesch
15 years ago
wow! sounds really beautiful! thanks for sharing and congratulations....
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