New RE: ReFlanger by MagmaSonic

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diminished
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Post 17 Jun 2019

Same developer who released the free Classic Filter:

https://www.propellerheads.com/shop/rac ... reflanger/

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Post 17 Jun 2019

Haha. Blatant ripoff of Siouxsie and the Banshees “Happy House” in the video. (Or maybe a cover?)


Just watched the other video and its a cover of the Banshees ”Israel” :).
Guess the guy’s just got good taste :)
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Post 17 Jun 2019

MrFigg wrote:
17 Jun 2019
Haha. Blatant ripoff of Siouxsie and the Banshees “Happy House” in the video. (Or maybe a cover?)
Interesting. I just knew a techno/dance version of it.
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Post 17 Jun 2019

I guess back then Music Man Stingrays were affordable?
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Post 17 Jun 2019

diminished wrote:
17 Jun 2019
I guess back then Music Man Stingrays were affordable?
Music Man guitars are heavy as hell. F*ck trying to play a whole gig standing up with one of them on.
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Post 17 Jun 2019

MrFigg wrote:
17 Jun 2019
diminished wrote:
17 Jun 2019
I guess back then Music Man Stingrays were affordable?
Music Man guitars are heavy as hell. F*ck trying to play a whole gig standing up with one of them on.
If you own one you can probably afford a slave to hold it for you while playing :D
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Post 17 Jun 2019

diminished wrote:
17 Jun 2019
MrFigg wrote:
17 Jun 2019


Music Man guitars are heavy as hell. F*ck trying to play a whole gig standing up with one of them on.
If you own one you can probably afford a slave to hold it for you while playing :D
Haha :).
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Post 17 Jun 2019

Back in 1999/2000 or so I was offered one for, translated to € a bit later, 750€. Should have said yes but teenage me had trouble even financing a Squier
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Post 17 Jun 2019

diminished wrote:
17 Jun 2019
Back in 1999/2000 or so I was offered one for, translated to € a bit later, 750€. Should have said yes but teenage me had trouble even financing a Squier
‘85 my mate sold his dad’s mimimoog for £20 in order to buy a crap 2nd hand bass.
I also remember seeing a 303 around the same time for €40 in a shop window.
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Post 17 Jun 2019

in the demo video, the 3d model is on bypass :D

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Post 18 Jun 2019

Anybody had time to try it yet? I’m not home. I’ve already got a few flangers myself. Uhbik, Kuassa and another one I can’t remember. Just wondered how it is.
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Post 18 Jun 2019

Loque wrote:
17 Jun 2019
MrFigg wrote:
17 Jun 2019
Haha. Blatant ripoff of Siouxsie and the Banshees “Happy House” in the video. (Or maybe a cover?)
Interesting. I just knew a techno/dance version of it.
You might be thinking of "Bitches".


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Post 18 Jun 2019

EdGrip wrote:
18 Jun 2019
You might be thinking of "Bitches".
Naa, i think it was this one:


But not 100% sure...it has been a long time...
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Post 18 Jun 2019

If Eurodance ever makes a comeback, I'll buy this RE.
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Post 18 Jun 2019

diminished wrote:
18 Jun 2019
If Eurodance ever makes a comeback, I'll buy this RE.
Looks like, the Flanger was made exactly for that:
Later in the 80s, the dedicated effects pedals appeared, imitating this sound through a long chain of capacitors, embedded in an integrated, known as Bucket-Brigade Device (BBD). The most common of them all was the Panasonic MN3207 IC. Magmasonic__ has managed to replicate the behavior of said chip, being faithful to the generated sound, without the drawbacks associated with this technique of analog sampling,
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Post 18 Jun 2019

I love how there are rings that show the general value of the parameters

nI massive and serum and other vsts make it so easy to visualize modulation

Glad to see REs starting to get a similar feature
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Post 18 Jun 2019

scratchnsnifff wrote:
18 Jun 2019
I love how there are rings that show the general value of the parameters

nI massive and serum and other vsts make it so easy to visualize modulation

Glad to see REs starting to get a similar feature
Is it doing that? I looked at the demo song video. They hooked up a CV input to the width knob, but the lights don't change. I think the lights are just an additional indication of the knob position, not the actual parameter value.

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Post 18 Jun 2019

ScuzzyEye wrote:
18 Jun 2019
scratchnsnifff wrote:
18 Jun 2019
I love how there are rings that show the general value of the parameters

nI massive and serum and other vsts make it so easy to visualize modulation

Glad to see REs starting to get a similar feature
Is it doing that? I looked at the demo song video. They hooked up a CV input to the width knob, but the lights don't change. I think the lights are just an additional indication of the knob position, not the actual parameter value.
Yes that’s what I meant, not that it displays modulation, but knob position. Was having a brain cramp on explaining it
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Post 18 Jun 2019

Loque wrote:
18 Jun 2019
But not 100% sure...it has been a long time...
Techno Bert maybe ?


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Post 19 Jun 2019

Hmmm.... noticed the v1.1 update in the shop today. v1.0 cost $15.00. The update to v1.1 also costs $15.00?

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Post 19 Jun 2019

emasters wrote:
19 Jun 2019
Hmmm.... noticed the v1.1 update in the shop today. v1.0 cost $15.00. The update to v1.1 also costs $15.00?
Same happened with Enlightenspeed stuff. Maybe let them know so they can contact Props and get it fixed?
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Post 19 Jun 2019

If I learned anything from this thread, it's that Siouxsie and the Banshees have been blatantly ripped off a ton of times. Probably won't ever stop, as they were a magnificent band.
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Post 19 Jun 2019

EnochLight wrote:
19 Jun 2019
If I learned anything from this thread, it's that Siouxsie and the Banshees have been blatantly ripped off a ton of times. Probably won't ever stop, as they were a magnificent band.
Yes they were.
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Post 19 Jun 2019

but how do we know what it sounds like? the RE in the video is bypassed the whole time. 😆

(and I’m joking, in case there’s any question 🙃)

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Post 19 Jun 2019

Actually my dad met Siouxsie around ‘79 or ‘80 and to quote him about what she was like. “Aye! A really nice lassie. “ :).
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