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Modern digital audio world rules!

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Re: Modern digital audio world rules!

Postby Spogg » Tue Jun 30, 2020 7:15 am

marcelodantas wrote:...Took me a couple days to make it, would have taken forever to make a real one, lol.

Nice!

Interesting use of the word real there, which I think supports my point that having a picture of a synth that works perfectly well is somehow inferior to having a "real" one.

Of course, I know exactly what you mean :lol:
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Re: Modern digital audio world rules!

Postby marcelodantas » Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:30 pm

@spogg Roland has recently bent reality by releasing the Jupiter X, which rather than being a software based on a synth, is as synth based on a software.
So technically it is not a picture of a perfectly working synth, but a synth of a perfectly working picture. :lol:
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