sounds like great fun. what about starting with a softsynth? i'm particularly interested in making software sound more robust, as i'm more or less committed (for the time being) to making my studio work exclusively with software synthesis. and saying "software" as often as possible, apparently.Machinate wrote:I play a Roland SH2 into live, adding effects, and using an Roland re-150 space echo as a send, feeding it back into itself with filters in the chain and such. With some looping going on I can really see my hardware_analogue come together with software_digital. It's grrreat fun, too.thump wrote:i've had some success running my softsynths out my soundcard, through the resonator, and back into live, [...]
is anyone else using these kinds of techniques to get more out of their software synths (or samples, for that matter)? i'd love to hear what and how and who and all that, if you are.