By distortedtekno Mon Nov 28, 2016 10:50 pm
inflict3 wrote:distortedtekno wrote:inflict3 wrote:Question.. are the gadgets actual synths or are they sample players?
All the synths are real. Theres also 2 sample players that can be purchased separately. Bilbao is like an MPC and Abu Dhabi is a loop slicer. Load your own samples into those Gadgets and you'll have a lot of fun making beats with them. The thing I love about Gadget is that it's stable and reliable. I can't say the same for Cubasis and loading IAA or AU instruments. Too much **** goes wrong, settings aren't saved properly, crashes, etc. So Gadget don't have any of those issues. It's pretty solid.
Thanks for the info man.. yea, Cubasis was a bit to unstable for me.. just wanted to make sure the actual gadget synths were real synths first and not some synth lookalike playing dedicated samples, guess I'm just paranoid.. might have to **** with gadget though, Cubasis was a waste of Fukin money on my end.
No problem man. I'm a synth junky and an analog snob. So I'm picky with virtual analog. But it's come a long way. The synths that come with Gadget are pretty good. But they're fairly simple with their parameter set. But they're easy to work with and sound good, If you buy the ARP Odyssei, you get the Lexington gadget, which sounds 10x better than the stock synths. There's a lot you can do with Gadget.. With 6 insert effects per instrument (it's also got sidechaining) you'll get a bangin' sound out of your mix. There's no other all-in-one app that can come close to Gadget. It's the best $20 you'll ever spend. With every update, it gets even better.