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dusan.cani
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Post 05 Jan 2020

Yeah, MX excels also in simple mono bass sounds. Nothing wrong to use it also that way :puf_bigsmile: ...it can sound very analog, I got some very nice funk style analog basses. And also simplier sounds like sine wave or heavy LP filtered sound can support your mix with deep precise bass.

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dusan.cani
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Post 14 Feb 2020

Another demo of this exceptional synth:


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faun2500
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Post 08 Mar 2020

it can sound good with a bit of work really good for hard and aggressive sounds though.
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Boombastix
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Post 21 May 2020

Newest update, load your own samples in the noise osc.
You can load 1 or 2 samples now and route them into the filter (or after the filter if you prefer). That means you now technically can have 7 oscillator going into the filter (WT1+2, NS1+2, A/B/C).

Since the noise osc loops as default, it is easiest to drop in single cycle wave forms tuned to a C.

But: If going to the VOICE page you can set the Noise Osc to "One Shot" and drop in longer samples too and use it a simple one shot (duh).

Great for adding background trippy sounds, some special attack sound, and single cycle analog wave, or even a long resonant analog sweep.

Wouldn't be surprised we soon get to load you own wave tables and/or samples in the main oscillators.
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Post 22 May 2020

Boombastix wrote:
21 May 2020
Newest update, load your own samples in the noise osc.
You can load 1 or 2 samples now and route them into the filter (or after the filter if you prefer). That means you now technically can have 7 oscillator going into the filter (WT1+2, NS1+2, A/B/C).

Since the noise osc loops as default, it is easiest to drop in single cycle wave forms tuned to a C.

But: If going to the VOICE page you can set the Noise Osc to "One Shot" and drop in longer samples too and use it a simple one shot (duh).

Great for adding background trippy sounds, some special attack sound, and single cycle analog wave, or even a long resonant analog sweep.

Wouldn't be surprised we soon get to load you own wave tables and/or samples in the main oscillators.
And you can load a noisetable and automate its phase while it's playing: free grain engine!

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