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Re: Basic Collection

by christeck » Wed Jul 22, 2015 2:30 pm

None of my presets actually use seq patterns. However, I once saved one of my template presets with pattern 2 assigned, accidentally.

For the moment you just can ignore the message. In case you post the presets affected, I'd be able to fix this issue for a future release.

Sorry for the annoying confusion.

Re: Basic Collection

by John Bowen » Wed Jul 22, 2015 2:25 pm

Well, I don't have access to the card data right now, but if there's not a pattern 2 in your Arp folder, that could be it. Otherwise, he just accidentally has a Pattern 2 in his Seq folder that is being pointed to in the Presets. Check the presets that are giving you the error, and see if it's being selected in the Arpeggiator section or the Sequencer section.

Re: Basic Collection

by koenig » Wed Jul 22, 2015 2:19 pm

So I have both an Arp and a Seq folder - the Arp folder contains 6 files and the Seq folder 1. Is this the way it should be or do I have a problem with my setup?

I also double-checked with the archive folder that John has made available. The content of my Factory folder is identical to the one in the archive.

Re: Basic Collection

by John Bowen » Wed Jul 22, 2015 1:59 pm

koenig wrote:What am I missing? I have your patches and they sound indeed impressive but for some reason, whenever I load anything from your presets, there is an error at the bottom of the screen that reads "Pattern 2 not found". What am I doing wrong?
This would be either an Arp Pattern or Seq Pattern that you don't have on your CF card. Probably not necessary for the patches, but you should check your CF card for the factory folder Arp & Seq folders.

JB

Re: Basic Collection

by koenig » Wed Jul 22, 2015 1:53 pm

What am I missing? I have your patches and they sound indeed impressive but for some reason, whenever I load anything from your presets, there is an error at the bottom of the screen that reads "Pattern 2 not found". What am I doing wrong?

Re: Basic Collection

by christeck » Wed Apr 29, 2015 1:12 pm

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This release is called the Longsword release, named afer one of the
presets included.

The delta to the last release is 26 presets, starting with preset 93, a pipe organ emulation.

Due to the amount of patches I presume I will need to rearrange my preset banks during one of the next releases. I'll probably merge the Z1 and Virus legacy banks into one and move the Kronos and M1 emulating presets there.

Once again I learned a lot about synth programming, thanks to the Solaris' capabilites and ease of use. All credits to its creators :) .
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Re: Basic Collection

by John Bowen » Sat Apr 11, 2015 11:54 pm

Thanks again for your support, Christoph!

John B.

Re: Basic Collection

by christeck » Sat Apr 11, 2015 11:49 pm

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The collection has grown. The delta to the last release is about 30 presets, found above preset 60, which is an addition of about 50%.

This release is called the Saturninus release, since saturated filters played a major role while programming some of the new presets.

The Solaris is the greatest synth I ever owned. I'm still exploring its capabilities. What I'm weak in is finding its »sweet spots« where it excels. Lots of work ahead :) .
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Enjoy :) .

Re: Basic Collection

by chapolin » Mon Mar 23, 2015 1:28 pm

Thank you very much for these good sounds :D !!

Counting Sheep

by christeck » Sun Mar 22, 2015 11:44 am

The forum is quiet these days. I presume it's uneasy silence while waiting for a new OS being published :) .

For the meantime, here's a simple patch named »CountingSheep.zip«. It recreates a very basic Shepard-Risset-Glissando. »Shepard.zip« provides an audio demo file (in ogg-vorbis format). I've also published a blog posting. It's in german language, though. I apologize.

http://www.christeck.de/wp/2015/03/22/a ... henzahlen/
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Re: Basic Collection

by christeck » Thu Feb 19, 2015 9:30 am

Hi John,

AFAIR the order within the Basic Collection didn't change and contains all previous patches, except the Z1 and Virus recreations (separate threads for each). In case you want to have all patches in one bank, you'll need to copy the patches of the three collections (Basic, Virus and Z1) into one folder, resulting in about 90 patches without doubles.

Re: Basic Collection

by John Bowen » Wed Feb 18, 2015 3:50 pm

Christoph,

So, it would appear that this latest Basic Collection Pollution Release also includes everything you have posted previously (just in different order)?

Re: Basic Collection

by John Bowen » Wed Feb 18, 2015 2:29 pm

Thanks again, Christoph! I hope everyone will download these and add them to their Preset folders!

john b.

Re: Basic Collection

by christeck » Wed Feb 18, 2015 2:07 pm

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The collection has grown to 61 presets, that's 24 more than the last release provided.

It's called the »Pollution Release« since inharmonic frequencies played a major role while programming some of the new presets.

Meanwhile I programmed (and released) about 90 patches for the Solaris. I didn't do so for any other synth I owned. Appearently the Solaris is a honey pot for synth programmers. Its equally featured oscillators, mixers, flters, envelopes, low frequency oscillators and so on, the shortcut butons, the copy feature, the many knobs and displays are marvellous. Those features make it easy to cope with the complexity of the machine.

Thanks John. The machine has its limitatons, shortcomings, and bugs. And the presets provided below just show a very small percentage of what the Solaris is capable of despite its limitatons.

I hope you enjoy playing these patches,

ce

Re: Basic Collection

by tinhu » Sat Jan 24, 2015 5:39 am

Many thanks ! Good job !

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