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Alchemy Keyboard Synthesizers
Old 5th October 2011
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Alchemy

Hello there!

Is there any othermaybe you can help me: synthesizer/samplker out there, that works on the basis of samples and has the same flexibility with samples like a synthesizer? kind of like Alchemy by Camel Audio.

basically i want to work with samples the same complex way i work with a synthesizer.

thanks everybody!
Old 5th October 2011
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Maybe Omnisphere by Spectrasonics
Old 6th October 2011
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Roland V-Synth - or to a lesser degree, Nord Wave.
Old 6th October 2011
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Reaktor has ensembles that rivals the granular processing engine of alchemy.
Old 6th October 2011
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Originally Posted by felyx View Post
Hello there!

Is there any othermaybe you can help me: synthesizer/samplker out there, that works on the basis of samples and has the same flexibility with samples like a synthesizer? kind of like Alchemy by Camel Audio.

basically i want to work with samples the same complex way i work with a synthesizer.

thanks everybody!
You won't find anything cheaper than Alchemy with the same kind of capabilities. Omnisphere costs twice as much.
Old 6th October 2011
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Why not just use Alchemy? Omnisphere is awesome, but it doesn't let you load your own samples, so it's not really a replacement for Alchemy.
Old 6th October 2011
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It's too bad it doesn't.
Old 9th October 2011
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thank you for your ideas.
considering that electronic music has its roots partially in sampling (Vladimir Ussachevsky's stuff in teh 50s) i am pretty amazed that today samples dont really play a leading role in the sound synthesis and transformation today.
Old 10th October 2011
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I like Imagineline Harmor more than Alchemy for this purpose - give the demo a try
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