Shoutout to Lectric Panda

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wendallsan
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Post 12 Aug 2021

Just a shoutout to Lectric Panda. I have literally not manually played a note since picking up the amazing Evolution player, and I even picked up Joseph Schillinger's books to learn more about the theory behind the Player. Holler if you need any testers for your newfangled Aggregate Music System, I'm sure it's not gonna disappoint! :reason: :reason:

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huggermugger
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Post 12 Aug 2021

Evolution and QuadNoteGenerator, also by LectricPanda but marketed as a Reason product, are my two favourite Players. Sequencers like Korde and PSQ-1684 are amazing. And LectricPanda makes great CV devices too, like Shape, ZFO, Janitor, and CVPTap.

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Post 12 Aug 2021

King :re:

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StephenHutchinson
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Post 12 Aug 2021

wendallsan wrote:
12 Aug 2021
Just a shoutout to Lectric Panda. I have literally not manually played a note since picking up the amazing Evolution player, and I even picked up Joseph Schillinger's books to learn more about the theory behind the Player. Holler if you need any testers for your newfangled Aggregate Music System, I'm sure it's not gonna disappoint! :reason: :reason:
I have to agree. Spending an afternoon with the trial version of Evolution had me hooked! It was an easy buying decision.
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SebAudio
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Post 13 Aug 2021

huggermugger wrote:
12 Aug 2021
Evolution and QuadNoteGenerator, also by LectricPanda but marketed as a Reason product, are my two favourite Players. Sequencers like Korde and PSQ-1684 are amazing. And LectricPanda makes great CV devices too, like Shape, ZFO, Janitor, and CVPTap.
PSQ-1684 is great, I wish it’d had a GUI refresh, it’s too crowded and « lo résolution ». I wonder how it renders in 12
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dvdrtldg
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Post 13 Aug 2021

I'd love to see some video tutorials dedicated to Evolution. I've been using it a lot, but feel like I've gotten into a bit of a rut with it and haven't yet unlocked its full potential. Would love to get some new ideas

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Post 13 Aug 2021

SebAudio wrote:
13 Aug 2021
huggermugger wrote:
12 Aug 2021
Evolution and QuadNoteGenerator, also by LectricPanda but marketed as a Reason product, are my two favourite Players. Sequencers like Korde and PSQ-1684 are amazing. And LectricPanda makes great CV devices too, like Shape, ZFO, Janitor, and CVPTap.
PSQ-1684 is great, I wish it’d had a GUI refresh, it’s too crowded and « lo résolution ». I wonder how it renders in 12
Anyone remember V1 ? :lol:
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Post 13 Aug 2021

wendallsan wrote:
12 Aug 2021
Just a shoutout to Lectric Panda. I have literally not manually played a note since picking up the amazing Evolution player, and I even picked up Joseph Schillinger's books to learn more about the theory behind the Player. Holler if you need any testers for your newfangled Aggregate Music System, I'm sure it's not gonna disappoint! :reason: :reason:
Thanks!
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Post 14 Aug 2021

Lectric Panda is another class.

Wait to see upcoming RE currently under testing.

Mindbending. Like literally. No pun intended.

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modecca
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Post 14 Aug 2021

I have to admit, I am a little disappointed with Nostromo.
It feels like there are so few waveforms and lfo shapes to choose from.
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BRIGGS
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Post 14 Aug 2021

modecca wrote:
14 Aug 2021
I have to admit, I am a little disappointed with Nostromo.
It feels like there are so few waveforms and lfo shapes to choose from.
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Aria Salvatrice
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Post 16 Aug 2021

It's hard to overstate how much Lectric Panda's sequencers have done for my music. Kompulsion in particular. They're a workhorse I've built live performances around (e.g. my latest song thread posted here), while also allowing me to create much more adventurous material.

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Timmy Crowne
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Post 16 Aug 2021

Kompulsion is the greatest arpeggiator/sequencer I’ve ever used.

Mataya
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Post 16 Aug 2021

Timmy Crowne wrote:
16 Aug 2021
Kompulsion is the greatest arpeggiator/sequencer I’ve ever used.
I agree.

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Post 16 Aug 2021

Aggregate Music System
omgomgomg ...I have to go lie down.
The next step in generative music.
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Post 16 Aug 2021

Yeah.... I would echo all the compliments made here. Love LP and everything they/he release. LP products are amazing! Much Love <3

BTW, you guys are going to LOVE AMS!
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Faastwalker
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Post 19 Aug 2021

One of the best RE developers around. Sooooooooo many amazing Rack Extensions and Players. Looking forward to seeing the new device very much :thumbup:

loopeydoug
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Post 19 Aug 2021

I've said it before, Panda is Reason's spirit animal. He's chosen to stay down in the mines that Props abandoned years ago, because he knows that's where the most powerful resources of creativity and inspiration are uncovered.

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Post 19 Aug 2021

loopeydoug wrote:
19 Aug 2021
I've said it before, Panda is Reason's spirit animal. He's chosen to stay down in the mines that Props abandoned years ago, because he knows that's where the most powerful resources of creativity and inspiration are uncovered.
His devices cover the nerd group of users. A group maybe too niche for RS to develop further devices but where they are coming from IMHO. I mean why would you ever develop an environment with a rack and CV cabling if not for the nerds?

Sargie
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Post 21 Aug 2021

I love Panda’s stuff - I think I’ve purchased all his RE’s. Thanks for all the great work!

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mjxl
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Post 26 Aug 2021

All hail the Panda, myes indeed.
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HeartbreakOne
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Post 26 Aug 2021

Torsion, Torsion, Torsion, Torsion, Torsion, Torsion, Torsion, Torsion, Torsion, TORSION!

My ABSOLUTE favorite sonic Rack Extension! Turns ANY sample into the SILLIEST of putty! And it's just a fun knob turner, with my favorite knob being the "Jitter" knob. I call it the "Voodoo" knob.

I just blindly load 6 samples and start tweaking and I ALWAYS create something usable. Or I roll the dice and put my fate in the Panda's hands. It doesn't take many rolls to land on a winner.

Thank you, so much, for this awesome tool, big homie!
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muckmclane
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Post 11 Sep 2021

modecca wrote:
14 Aug 2021
I have to admit, I am a little disappointed with Nostromo.
It feels like there are so few waveforms and lfo shapes to choose from.
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