Superbooth 19


#574

I’m talking about the 96 sliders and 8 buttons eating up the left third of the control panel. Presets are fine, I just don’t need them physically manifested on the control panel


#575

Yeah I wanted to perform on the Circuit, but didn’t have time to prepare. It’ll be OP-Z :heart:


#576

Cuckoo, you gonna head over to H505 and check out the new Nanoloop handheld?


#577

Have fun at Superbooth Cuckoo!

I’m sure we’ll see a video or two from you too and that will be fun too.


#578

A synth for subharmonics called the Nadir, please


#579

Looking forward to your appearance. One of the better reviewers.


#580

One thing that’s interesting is that they’ve revealed the controls that were usually hidden under a panel on the original. These controlled aspects like the sustain, tremolo and chorus effects, portamento and glissando.

I always thought that the controls under a panel were a CS80’s way of “storing the patches” and no fx settings. (Haven’t seen real CS80 myself)


#581

This is exactly it. I had a CS60 for decades, and it too had a trap door under which there was a miniature recreation of the top panel. The CS80 had four miniature recreations of that instrument’s top panel. When I say ‘top panel’ that’s exactly it - it includes none of the stuff in the lower panel, which includes - among other things - the ring modulation section.

These mini-panels were the instrument’s ‘memory’, not to be confused with the factory presets which were selected via the various colorful switches above the keys.


#582

Amazing! That’s a given buy if it sounds as good as the original. Love that they have kept the aesthetic of the original, but in a more modern package.


#583

thuoght i would mention this here: some new modules and a case to fit those in too :smiley_cat:

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#584

It was last year too…


#585

Thats just a Concept picture of the DS80. I am Sure it wont Look Like this.


#586

Basically Uli is just trolling Yamaha by stealing away the attention for their CS80 reboot plan, no?


#587

still no trace of odessa :frowning:


#588

Honesty from my point of view the most exciting thing I’m waiting to drop at superbooth is not hardware but actually Bitwig 3.0 and the integrated “grid modular” system. Bitwig is already a modulation beast this will just break it through the glass ceiling.


#589

That would be sick. Waiting for 3.0 to renew my licence


#590

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#591

#592

Wot, no joystick?


#593

It’s likely fake, but fun to think about.