Synplant Automate Parameters

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  • Users avataranonymous

    Will it ever be possible to automate all of the genes in Synplant?

  • Users avatarFredrik Lidström

    Yes. This is definitely something we will try to solve for the next major version upgrade of Synplant as it is one of the most requested features.

  • Users avataranonymous

    Oh my gosh...
    Just spilled a tear of joy...
    When will this approximately happen?
    This will make SP definately one of my top 3 synths.

    Best regards
    Danny

  • Users avatarMagnus Lidström

    Synplant 2.0 is one of those projects that always gets interrupted by more urgent work. Our plan at the moment is to finish and launch our new Permut8 (and maybe another small RE as well), after that we intend to finish the 64-bit port of MicroTonic. Synplant 2.0 is a much bigger project and because of that it will again have to wait even longer.

  • Users avatarShayne Rogers

    Cant wait!

  • Users avatarRoman Schmitt

    Dito! Just jamming around with Synplant at the moment and i would have some great automation ideas. :)
    Please make gene automations possible in the near future! Synplant is such a great synth.

    Kind regards

  • Users avatar00.1

    I like Synplant as is, however I understand the feature request.

    It is the only synth in my humble collection that has earned the "ghost in the machine" tag. Where I only really have to do a couple of things to set it up and it will just do its thang. That might be mistaken as a lazy synthesist but really its more of trust and praise for the continuous end result it gives me. Like a good conversation with a samurai, instead him or her trying to cut my head off.

    I guess this reply is written more out of fear that it will loose its ghost personality.

  • Users avatarFredrik Lidström

    No worries. In the next Synplant upgrade, we will make sure that you still do not understand what it is really doing. ;)

  • Users avatarDavid Downes

    I wondered if it might be possible to 'freeze' certain genes so they are not affected by branch growth.

  • Users avatarFredrik Lidström

    It is not possible now no, but I agree, it is a good idea that we have already thought a lot about.

  • Users avatarJean-Anton Venter

    here is a thought for the update, i would call it the hoola hoop effect, where rather than just a symmetrical open and close of the ring effect, it hoola hoops around and cycles, almost like an lfo but allowing unique note manipulations true to synplants nature.... this would sound epic on chords and pads, who knows what kind of basses this could create. one slider/knob to control the spin speed. the possibilities on this is endless...

  • Users avatarphilter

    - Dave wrote:
    Will it ever be possible to automate all of the genes in Synplant?
    - Fredrik Lidström wrote:
    Yes. This is definitely something we will try to solve for the next major version upgrade of Synplant as it is one of the most requested features.

    WTF.... :D i can´t await it.... You guys really made my day ! haven´t seen this post before... :rolleyes:

  • Users avatarAudiofetish

    Hi!

    Any News? Synplant is one of my most loved Synths!

    I've payed 99$, but i cant use it for real? That su**s! :wacko:

    Please give us an update with full midi controlled Genes! PLEASE!!!!! :rolleyes:

    cheers from Berlin

  • Users avatarnic

    yes please! as soon as synplant 2 will be announced I will buy it FOR SURE!GREAT SYNTH GREAT SOUND GREAT INSPIRATION GREAT GENIUS(like ALL your software!)

  • Users avatarPaul Chambers

    can you automate the genes yet in synplant?
    this synth is amazing but i cannot seem to automate my hypnotic melodies:(

  • Users avatarThor

    Im also wondering about that. Automation of the genes is a much needed feature. Whats the status here?

    Im also wondering if its THE Paul Chambers who posted above here.. :)

  • Users avatarRob Roff

    Can't believe it's been 5 years that i've been seeing this thread, hoping for news on automating synplant genes!

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