Ochen K has a new synth in the works!!!!

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JoshuaPhilgarlic
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Post 04 Apr 2015

Wow, this thing is so weird, can't wait to check it :D !

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Upright
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Post 04 Apr 2015

Looks like an OP1

electrofux
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Post 04 Apr 2015

I would have loved to hear some patches made with this thing. Looks very capable. Not sure if i like the popup for resetting. But this seems to be a mouse handled device anyways. Or is there some technique behind mapping all those graph controls to Midi Controllers?
Also i wonder if there is a quick way to raise or lower a parameters value in a static way? Like an offset or something?

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Post 05 Apr 2015

It looks just like a Teenage Engineering OP-1. And Native Instruments already have a plugin called Driver.

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Grinder One
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Post 05 Apr 2015

Looks and sounds very interesting..."Ochen K, more than just a Rack Extension".
The Latch looks very useful. I don't like the confirmation prompt for the reset though, this might get annoying very quickly, I would leave it out as Reason has a fantastic 'undo' feature...should we make a mistake.

Mart.

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Post 05 Apr 2015

IchMensch wrote:OP-1-ish?  ;)
ochenk wrote:
Actually, the original design inspiration came from ETC lightboards. Here's the first pic I took of a board that I thought might make an interesting interface: 
 
This is how the design inspiration looks to my eyes


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zero01101
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Post 05 Apr 2015

the whole time i was watching that video i was giggling like an idiot :D
ochen, man, it's like you are a magic custom programmer genie that writes things specifically for my tastes and i thank you for it :)
i cannot wait to play with this brilliant little box

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Post 07 Apr 2015

HOT !

unusual, different, versatile!
The thing is ... HAMMER

Keep it up!

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Tincture
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Post 07 Apr 2015

Just watched the 30min beta video... Whoa! What a great concept. I usually reach for Subtractor when wanting to programme sweeps/builds/ etc but this synth will take that kind of patch building to another level. Amazing what one graph page can do. I take it that all of those points on the graph line can be moved (into say a sawtooth pattern) and not just the ends? Really looking forward to this one :)

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littlejam
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Post 07 Apr 2015

hello,

superduper device, congrats!

after watching the video: i am curious if it would be user friendly to have the lower right 16 step sequencer light up red where it is in time (kinda like redrum)...

will be an instabuy!

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Post 07 Apr 2015

Awesome stuff OchenK! Can't wait to see this in the shop and go mental :D

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davidicus
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Post 07 Apr 2015

damn unique, and a great new way to think about things. so clever. very impressed!

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