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Wave Alchemy introduces BASSYNTH
Old 29th August 2019
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Wave Alchemy introduces BASSYNTH

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Wave Alchemy introduces BASSYNTH

Imagine having instant access to the most revered Bass instruments in existence; Filthy analogue mono synths, the grittiest modular systems and polysynths. Imagine epic live brass sections, designed bass guitars and heavily processed acoustic instruments… How about the deepest 808s & subs, wavetables and the most diverse collection of oscillators and creative sound design ever committed to tape?

Imagine being able to morph, transform and combine any of these sources into new, ground-breaking hybrid patches, inside a single intuitive instrument…

Introducing BASSYNTH

Modern, Powerful, Organic Low End

BASSYNTH is an entirely new kind of Bass Engine for the creation of modern, organic, powerful bass tones; driven by a diverse and creative library of beautifully designed multi-sampled Sound Sources, Oscillators and scannable Wavetables.

Featuring a forward-thinking interface and creative user workflow, BASSYNTH delivers a powerful 4-Layer Voice Engine, Polyrhythmic Motion Sequencer, extensive sound design parameters per voice, tag-based browsing, drag+drop Macros, modular Effects System, Wavetable Engine and over 290 playable presets.

Emulation is not our goal. BASSYNTH is all about new, visionary bass sounds that inspire music making…

Feature List
  • Available in Standalone, VST, AU and AAX formats. BASSYNTH is powered by FREE Kontakt Player from Native Instruments. Full version of Kontakt is NOT required
  • Forward-thinking, truly modern Bass Engine powered by a ground-breaking library of 800+ multi-sampled sound sources, oscillators, Foley & wavetables
  • 290 beautifully crafted, forward-thinking presets covering all modern genres
  • Advanced Sound Design Engine for creating and layering ground-breaking, expressive bass patches and beyond
  • Filters, modulation, FX and all sound design parameters available per Voice
  • 8 voices of Unison per Layer, with detune, stereo spread and wet/dry control
  • Blend and morph up to 64 parameters simultaneously with just a single knob turn using the impressive X+Y Pad
  • Dynamic sound source and preset browsers, with tagging and favourites
  • Wavetable engine with over 200 scannable wavetables and 14 warp modes
  • Powerful drag+drop Macros for performance and creative sound design
  • Expressive 32-step Motion Designer with unique, per lane length and rate
  • Polyrhythmic parameter Sequencing for evolving and complex modulation
  • Round Robins – Up to 8 round robins per sound source
  • Mono, legato and poly Voice modes, with glide
  • Creative Analog Slop controls simulate the random behaviour and character inherent of analogue instruments. Available per Voice
  • World class effects – Choose from over 40 FX and load up to 6 of them per individual Voice, on the master or via sends
  • Host automation for important parameters and Macros, plus MIDI CC control over any other parameter
  • NKS Ready – Total integration with Komplete keyboards and Maschine
  • Dedicated visual Mixer with individual volume control, pan, effects sends and stereo width for each Voice
  • Supports Mac OS X 10.12 (or higher) and Windows 7 (or higher)
  • Runs in Kontakt Free Player or Kontakt version 6.1
  • 11GB in size after unpacking
Price: reg. £149.95 - £119.96 for a limited time.

For more information: https://www.wavealchemy.co.uk/bassynth/pid190/
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Old 29th August 2019
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Hi guyz , we've been served some great synth lately specialised on certain area , and BASS area is something hard to get right ; not surpring , Wave Alchemy Artisans serve us here with their take on the concept and guyz , it's DEEP !!

So here my first contact with this bad boy ... a great surprise and def something to REALLY consider so the sonic palette is large and spot on choices !!

1) Plugin tour
2) All Fun ....

Thks for watching , don't forget to like and sub if ya can

NOTICE : that the lag i'm experiencing is due to the very last version of Studio one and Kontakt 6 not playing well together so be sure to keep studio one on the previous version (4.5.1) witch works like a charm now !!




Hope you guyz enjoy as much as i did !!

First sound exemple comes at 6min 30 and i do also some sound design after

Last edited by Jeezo; 29th August 2019 at 10:56 PM..
Old 30th August 2019
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I wasnt sure as I went off sample based instruments but I have to say this sounds and looks great...
Old 30th August 2019
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Dig it.
Old 30th August 2019
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I wasnt sure as I went off sample based instruments but I have to say this sounds and looks great...
For real , i was like "another bass stuff , it's better be good" ...and i was surprised by the variety and quality of sound sources and presets that are imho production ready !!

The key is to know the soundsources to sound design , but the %REAL key is not how much soundsources or what type but what soundsources to choose and wavealchemy done it right , basically you can even go beyond bass stuff !!!

The other thing is that i tend to really dig specialised synths and tools , i won omnisphere , trillian ect and all usual suspects , but during prodiuction process and inspiration rush ..those kind of tools are pricelless ...

This one is the perfect balance between deep sound design capability and fast sound generation ...hard to do usually sacrifiying one or another !!
Old 5th September 2019
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Can't understand why there's not so much talk about this , the presets and sound quality are above the norma imho , Quality stuff guyz !!

"What we recorded for BASSYNTH"

Synth / Electronic Sources
  • ARP 2600 Modular
  • Roland Jupiter 8
  • EMS VCS3 (The Putney)
  • Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
  • Sequential Circuits Pro One
  • Sequential Prophet 6
  • Sequential OB-6
  • DSI Pro 2
  • DSI Prophet 12
  • Roland TB-303
  • Fully stacked Eurorack Modular System (Make Noise, Cwejman, Intellijel, Plan B etc)
  • TR-808
  • TR-909
  • Mutable Instruments Ambika
  • Korg MS-20
  • Acidlab Miami
  • Acidlab Drumatix
  • Serge Modular System
  • Pearl Syncussion
  • ARP Odyssey
  • Moog Memorymoog
  • Moog Minimoog
  • Moog Taurus Bass Pedals MK1
  • Moog Sub 37
  • Moog CP-251 & Moogerfoogers
  • Roland System 100 Modular
  • Roland System 100, 101
  • Roland SH-101
  • Roland Jupiter 6
  • Metasonix D-1000
  • Roland Juno 106
  • Roland Juno 6
  • Yamaha TX81Z
  • Yamaha TX802
  • Re-amped Synths (amped through classic guitar and bass amps)
  • Synths Played through live spaces and rooms
  • Synths re-pitched on analogue tape

Bass Guitars
  • 60s Fender Jazz Bass
  • Custom Shop Fender Jazz Bass
  • 60s Rickenbacker Bass
  • Danelectro Bass
  • Fender Japan Jaguar Bass
  • Fender Japan Mustang Bass
  • 60s Hofner Viola Bass
  • Fender Precision Bass (Flatwound Strings)
  • Custom built fretless bass
  • Custom built Bass Veena (one of a kind instrument)
  • Gibson Thunderbird
  • Ukulele

Acoustic Instruments
  • Ensemble Brass Sections
  • Mixed & Processed Low Brass
  • Upright Bass
  • Trombone
  • Tuba
  • Bass Saxophone
  • Baritone Saxophone
  • Bass Clarinet
  • Baritone Violin
  • Tuned Timpani
  • Tuned Gongs
  • Marimba
  • Vibraphone
  • Marching Drums
  • Combo Organ
  • Grand Piano
  • Electric Piano
  • A vast collection of beautifully recorded Found Sounds, Foley and unconventional Percussion
Noise & Transients
  • Analogue Electronics Noise
  • Amp Hum
  • Noise played through speakers, cabs, huge spaces & rooms
  • Tape & Cassette Noise
  • Synthetic Noise
  • Processed Foley & found sound
  • Environmental Noise (City noise, rain, water, wind etc)
  • Vinyl Crackles / Dust
  • Noise Atmospheres
  • Processed Acoustic & Electronic drum transients
  • Clicks and Sticks
  • Synthetic Pulses
  • Finger Snaps
  • Kick Transients – both from acoustic kits and analog machines

Processing Kit List
  • Custom 80 Series Neve Console
  • SSL 4056 G Series Console
  • Fairchild 660 vintage Compressor
  • Empirical Labs Distressor & Fatso
  • Studer A80 Analogue Tape Machine
  • Ampex ATR-102 Analogue Tape Machine
  • Thermionic Culture Vulture Mastering
  • Neve 1073 Pre-amps
  • Neve 1073 EQ
  • API 5500, 550b, 527 & 525, 512C & 2500
  • Ampex ATR-102 Tape Machine
  • Pultec EQP-1A EQ
  • TubeTech CL1A
  • DBX 160
  • A-Designs EM-PEQ
  • Elysia Karacter, Mpressor, Nvelope
  • Eventide H8000 & DSP-7000
  • Lexicon 480L
  • AKG BS20 Spring Reverb
  • Manley Massive Passive
  • SSL G Series EQs and Compressors
  • Schippmann Ebbe und Flut
  • Spectra Sonics 610
  • Valley People 610
  • Universal Audio 1176 & LA-2A
  • Overstayer M-A-S & NT-02A
  • ADR Compex
  • Oto Machines Biscuit
  • A selection of high-end guitar amps & pedals
Old 5th September 2019
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Can't understand why there's not so much talk about this , the presets and sound quality are above the norma imho , Quality stuff guyz !!

"What we recorded for BASSYNTH"

Synth / Electronic Sources
  • ARP 2600 Modular
  • Roland Jupiter 8
  • EMS VCS3 (The Putney)
  • Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
  • Sequential Circuits Pro One
  • Sequential Prophet 6
  • Sequential OB-6
  • DSI Pro 2
  • DSI Prophet 12
  • Roland TB-303
  • Fully stacked Eurorack Modular System (Make Noise, Cwejman, Intellijel, Plan B etc)
  • TR-808
  • TR-909
  • Mutable Instruments Ambika
  • Korg MS-20
  • Acidlab Miami
  • Acidlab Drumatix
  • Serge Modular System
  • Pearl Syncussion
  • ARP Odyssey
  • Moog Memorymoog
  • Moog Minimoog
  • Moog Taurus Bass Pedals MK1
  • Moog Sub 37
  • Moog CP-251 & Moogerfoogers
  • Roland System 100 Modular
  • Roland System 100, 101
  • Roland SH-101
  • Roland Jupiter 6
  • Metasonix D-1000
  • Roland Juno 106
  • Roland Juno 6
  • Yamaha TX81Z
  • Yamaha TX802
  • Re-amped Synths (amped through classic guitar and bass amps)
  • Synths Played through live spaces and rooms
  • Synths re-pitched on analogue tape

Bass Guitars
  • 60s Fender Jazz Bass
  • Custom Shop Fender Jazz Bass
  • 60s Rickenbacker Bass
  • Danelectro Bass
  • Fender Japan Jaguar Bass
  • Fender Japan Mustang Bass
  • 60s Hofner Viola Bass
  • Fender Precision Bass (Flatwound Strings)
  • Custom built fretless bass
  • Custom built Bass Veena (one of a kind instrument)
  • Gibson Thunderbird
  • Ukulele

Acoustic Instruments
  • Ensemble Brass Sections
  • Mixed & Processed Low Brass
  • Upright Bass
  • Trombone
  • Tuba
  • Bass Saxophone
  • Baritone Saxophone
  • Bass Clarinet
  • Baritone Violin
  • Tuned Timpani
  • Tuned Gongs
  • Marimba
  • Vibraphone
  • Marching Drums
  • Combo Organ
  • Grand Piano
  • Electric Piano
  • A vast collection of beautifully recorded Found Sounds, Foley and unconventional Percussion
Noise & Transients
  • Analogue Electronics Noise
  • Amp Hum
  • Noise played through speakers, cabs, huge spaces & rooms
  • Tape & Cassette Noise
  • Synthetic Noise
  • Processed Foley & found sound
  • Environmental Noise (City noise, rain, water, wind etc)
  • Vinyl Crackles / Dust
  • Noise Atmospheres
  • Processed Acoustic & Electronic drum transients
  • Clicks and Sticks
  • Synthetic Pulses
  • Finger Snaps
  • Kick Transients – both from acoustic kits and analog machines

Processing Kit List
  • Custom 80 Series Neve Console
  • SSL 4056 G Series Console
  • Fairchild 660 vintage Compressor
  • Empirical Labs Distressor & Fatso
  • Studer A80 Analogue Tape Machine
  • Ampex ATR-102 Analogue Tape Machine
  • Thermionic Culture Vulture Mastering
  • Neve 1073 Pre-amps
  • Neve 1073 EQ
  • API 5500, 550b, 527 & 525, 512C & 2500
  • Ampex ATR-102 Tape Machine
  • Pultec EQP-1A EQ
  • TubeTech CL1A
  • DBX 160
  • A-Designs EM-PEQ
  • Elysia Karacter, Mpressor, Nvelope
  • Eventide H8000 & DSP-7000
  • Lexicon 480L
  • AKG BS20 Spring Reverb
  • Manley Massive Passive
  • SSL G Series EQs and Compressors
  • Schippmann Ebbe und Flut
  • Spectra Sonics 610
  • Valley People 610
  • Universal Audio 1176 & LA-2A
  • Overstayer M-A-S & NT-02A
  • ADR Compex
  • Oto Machines Biscuit
  • A selection of high-end guitar amps & pedals
Thanks Jeezo! I had a look/listen to this today and it sounds amazing to me. I’ve just demoed the Softube Monoment and it’s good but I’m not 100% convinced. Output Substance is what I usually turn to.. It’s precisely this area that causes me to panic when deadlines are tight - I always audition hundreds of patches trying to get it right!!

Wish I had some spare cash! Is there a usable demo?
Old 6th September 2019
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Thanks Jeezo! I had a look/listen to this today and it sounds amazing to me. I’ve just demoed the Softube Monoment and it’s good but I’m not 100% convinced. Output Substance is what I usually turn to.. It’s precisely this area that causes me to panic when deadlines are tight - I always audition hundreds of patches trying to get it right!!

Wish I had some spare cash! Is there a usable demo?
"There is a demo available, with only a few presets...it's on the product page"and money back policy ...monoment bass is exellent , presets sucks but it's another one that i find great because of how fast and straight to build a solid fondation ... one thing i'm missing but here in Bassynth is a way to align sounds in time and play with start of sounds can help witch can be doine here in bassynth for phase concistancy

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Old 6th September 2019
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There is a demo available, with only a few presets...it's on the product page.
Old 6th September 2019
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There is a demo available, with only a few presets...it's on the product page.
Edited thks
Old 6th September 2019
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I’ve always apreciated the Wave Alchemy, I own e.g. the Revolution.
Nowdays a good, deep presentation video is essential, I would invest in that.
Old 6th September 2019
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I’ve always apreciated the Wave Alchemy, I own e.g. the Revolution.
Nowdays a good, deep presentation video is essential, I would invest in that.
You have everything you need here that s why i didnt went that deep and pointed this in my videos ( i pointed the fact that they made exellent presenations videos on each part of this baby)

Be sure to watchnguyz

https://www.wavealchemy.co.uk/bassyn...90/tab=videos/
Old 6th September 2019
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You have everything you need here that s why i didnt went that deep and pointed this in my videos ( i pointed the fact that they made exellent presenations videos on each part of this baby)

Be sure to watchnguyz

https://www.wavealchemy.co.uk/bassyn...90/tab=videos/
Hmm...My point was constructive - if they want to sell more, weight on good presentation material.
I know something about marketing.
This has been a weak point with the WA, e.g. in the case of the Evolution.
Old 6th September 2019
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Hmm...My point was constructive - if they want to sell more, weight on good presentation material.
I know something about marketing.
This has been a weak point with the WA, e.g. in the case of the Evolution.
I m not saying it wasn t constructuve , you were asking for deep presentation , witch is what i pointed , now talking about marketing , and a presentation ala spitfire for'exemple where you build some for exemple and do a deep overview ect ...is something else ... and if you say they deserve more attentionn: yep , and if you say the have to do more on marketing Including presentation : yep ...

The problem withbthose deep stuff , is that you can go deep and lose people that just want to have a feeling or want to check how it sounds fast because it s enougth for them ...to try ... not to add that most of us , hate to much marketed stuff around ...

There s aspot to find between Foley preset tours and Daniel James ( both i found exellent by the way )
Old 6th September 2019
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For me ”deep” and ”marketing” are not contradictory. I think that a good launching presentation is deep in the practical way, introduces the sounds well, and is technically brilliant.
E.g. the short WA ”trailer” is just a teaser, and the video in this thread is not very compelling.
Old 6th September 2019
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For me ”deep” and ”marketing” are not contradictory. I think that a good launching presentation is deep in the practical way, introduces the sounds well, and is technically brilliant.
E.g. the short WA ”trailer” is just a teaser, and the video in this thread is not very compelling.
Lol thk you ...but you know the video is not from WA right ?
Old 6th September 2019
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Lol thk you ...but you know the video is not from WA right ?
Exactly. The developer should invest in their presentation videos. If they lean only on beta testers or other reviewer videos, they should take care, that there are ar least one content-wise/ technically good one.
Old 6th September 2019
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Exactly. The developer should invest in their presentation videos. If they lean only on beta testers or other reviewer videos, they should take care, that there are ar least one content-wise/ technically good one.
This can be said for all brands , exact ...but i learned to not rely on a review for product purchases decisions and a lot of people around are the same , usually it's for getting infos that i can't find (HW usually) , or to get to know what's usufull or to hear some , not to be conviced to buy stuff ...

Anyway , you're right , if things can be better , this says there's room for improvement , personnaly i'm focusing more on request and enhancement on the product itself than its introduction to people witch is in fact another crucial aaspect and you're right about it !!

Have you tried it ? any comment on the product and the sound ? (it's not sarcastic ...real question here)
Old 6th September 2019
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Spent the afternoon playing with this.
What a beast!
The core sounds are beautifully recorded.
Old 6th September 2019
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Spent the afternoon playing with this.
What a beast!
The core sounds are beautifully recorded.
Exact been designing also non bass stuff !!!
Old 7th September 2019
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Exact been designing also non bass stuff !!!
Hey Jeezo.
I sent you a PM about this.
Old 7th September 2019
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This can be said for all brands , exact ...but i learned to not rely on a review for product purchases decisions and a lot of people around are the same , usually it's for getting infos that i can't find (HW usually) , or to get to know what's usufull or to hear some , not to be conviced to buy stuff ...

Anyway , you're right , if things can be better , this says there's room for improvement , personnaly i'm focusing more on request and enhancement on the product itself than its introduction to people witch is in fact another crucial aaspect and you're right about it !!

Have you tried it ? any comment on the product and the sound ? (it's not sarcastic ...real question here)
I have not tried the product. I don't usually install-demo large sample-based products, the reason is very practical: downloading and installing large files are both time-consuming, and take space in the computer. Effects and modelled instruments are much easier to demo in that sense, although even in these cases, before I bother to demo, the product has to pass several filters.

I have 300+ plugins installed in my 3 computers, including 80+ large sampled instruments.
I purchase 3-8 music software products every month.

At this stage of practising this semi-pro activity, you (read: I) tend to be rather critical, I skim and watch every week 10-20 reviews, and follow 4 forums. Someone could ask, when do I make music/produce then? A good question - this all underlines the importance of a well-made product presentation, if the developer want's to sell me one, you don't have time to test them all personally.

P. s. WA Bassynth is shortlisted in my shopping list, which means about 50 % propability to get purchased inside a year.
Old 7th September 2019
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I have not tried the product. I don't usually install-demo large sample-based products, the reason is very practical: downloading and installing large files are both time-consuming, and take space in the computer. Effects and modelled instruments are much easier to demo in that sense, although even in these cases, before I bother to demo, the product has to pass several filters.

I have 300+ plugins installed in my 3 computers, including 80+ large sampled instruments.
I purchase 3-8 music software products every month.

At this stage of practising this semi-pro activity, you (read: I) tend to be rather critical, I skim and watch every week 10-20 reviews, and follow 4 forums. Someone could ask, when do I make music/produce then? A good question - this all underlines the importance of a well-made product presentation, if the developer want's to sell me one, you don't have time to test them all personally.

P. s. WA Bassynth is shortlisted in my shopping list, which means about 50 % propability to get purchased inside a year.

I sincerely mean this constructively, and don't know what your gig is in music, but if you are spending more time searching for new plugins than on music then isn't that a problem? I mean the whole goal is to get music done, right? Obviously we need some tools to do that, and they can inspire, and this is Gearslutz, but I wonder what would happen if you just took a month or more and used all that time and worked with what you have and made music?

I think having that much stuff can be a detriment to getting music done.

But don't want to derail the thread. This bass instrument looks pretty nice.
Old 7th September 2019
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I sincerely mean this constructively, and don't know what your gig is in music, but if you are spending more time searching for new plugins than on music then isn't that a problem? I mean the whole goal is to get music done, right? Obviously we need some tools to do that, and they can inspire, and this is Gearslutz, but I wonder what would happen if you just took a month or more and used all that time and worked with what you have and made music?

I think having that much stuff can be a detriment to getting music done.

But don't want to derail the thread. This bass instrument looks pretty nice.
I don't know where you get your conclusions, when my comment hinted just to the opposite direction. : I tried to explain, why I DON'T wan't use my valuable time for downloading and installing every 11 GB new instrument, opposite Jeezo suggested, and underlined the importance of the good presentation material of the developers.

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Old 7th September 2019
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I don't know where you get your conclusions, when my comment hinted just to the opposite direction. : I tried to explain, why I DON'T wan't use my valuable time for downloading and installing every 11 GB new instrument, opposite Jeezo suggested, and underlined the importance of the good presentation material of the developers.
Harry , what i'm saying is that , if you feel that reveiws don't give you enougth , you should download the demo witch is usually way less bigger than the original release ,and it wil take less time than looking for stuff here and there on the web ...that's all , i'm not talking about a systematic approach , just in this case ... if ya don't like it just uninstall , kontakt libraries don't install crap stuff or new redistributable libraries ect ....just files ...that are easily uninstalled

I do understand you position , but for real nothing like a real touch on things ...sometime a great presentation leads to a products i don't really like when i actually use it ...and vice versa ...
Old 7th September 2019
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I don't know where you get your conclusions, when my comment hinted just to the opposite direction. : I tried to explain, why I DON'T wan't use my valuable time for downloading and installing every 11 GB new instrument, opposite Jeezo suggested, and underlined the importance of the good presentation material of the developers.
I got my conclusion from you stating that you follow 4 forums, skim\read 10-20 reviews a week, have 80+ large sampled instruments, etc. But if I misunderstood then I misunderstood. I know you indicate your want to save time due to all of this, but I guess my thought was with all of this, why does one need to spend any time at all for the next month or two doing any instrument research when they have an absolute bounty of creative tools already? Just another viewpoint and believe me I need to heed this advice more myself.
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I got my conclusion from you stating that you follow 4 forums, skim\read 10-20 reviews a week, have 80+ large sampled instruments, etc. But if I misunderstood then I misunderstood. I know you indicate your want to save time due to all of this, but I guess my thought was with all of this, why does one need to spend any time at all for the next month or two doing any instrument research when they have an absolute bounty of creative tools already? Just another viewpoint and believe me I need to heed this advice more myself.
Yes, I guess I could have stayed just in guitar, bass and drums. But even the 60's bands searched new territories, why not me in 2019? If people wouldn't, developers such as the WA sold none of their software. Where to put the limit? I guess the homo sapiens is not very good in putting limits...
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Yes, I guess I could have stayed just in guitar, bass and drums. But even the 60's bands searched new territories, why not me in 2019? If people wouldn't, developers such as the WA sold none of their software. Where to put the limit? I guess the homo sapiens is not very good in putting limits...
I would think that there are many new territories in the 80 instruments you have, unless you have mastered them all. Most people (not saying you) don't fully explore what they already have. I have spent tons of time exploring the Yamaha Montage and there are still things to learn in there.
Old 7th September 2019
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Still dig it.
Old 8th September 2019
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I would think that there are many new territories in the 80 instruments you have, unless you have mastered them all. Most people (not saying you) don't fully explore what they already have. I have spent tons of time exploring the Yamaha Montage and there are still things to learn in there.
What is your message above? Is it "don't buy the Wave Alchemy Bassynth, before you completely master all the stuff you have purchased so far"?.

I don't think the developer likes this kind of approach in his thread. That would left 99 % of the potential buyers ouside.
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