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Master Controller/Mono-Timbral

Postby Synthoid » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:53 am

Hey guys,

Sorry if this is a bit of a stupid question:

I have an M-Audio Oxygen 88 that I use in logic with various software synths. I'd like to one day get a hardware synth and I've been looking at the Novation Peak especially. Now, that synth isn't multi-timbral as far as I'm aware, which leads me to my question:

Is it possible to layer a hardware mono-timbral synth with other software synths using a master controller?
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Re: Master Controller/Mono-Timbral

Postby resistorman » Tue Mar 20, 2018 4:47 pm

Sure, I do it all the time. You can do it in real-time as you play, or record midi and stack to your heart’s content. I think recording midi too even if you’re recording audio is a good idea anyway, though you can go down the tweak rabbit hole that way :D
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Re: Master Controller/Mono-Timbral

Postby Synthoid » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:52 pm

Thanks for your reply. Yeah, I thought it should be the case as I do it with software synths all the time, I was just worried something might be different that I've not thought about. I actually always record MIDI, but it would be easier on my computer recording audio, now that I think about it.
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