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allan_evett



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Location: Loveland, CO

PostPosted: Sun Aug 22, 2021 3:58 am    Post subject: Custom Oscillators Question Reply with quote

I've had my Prologue 16 for a few months now. Have had a lot of fun with it; plenty of thoughtful features onboard, and the sound is topnotch.
Though my Prologue has seen home studio use for the most part, I did take it out on a gig about a month ago. For that band I normally use a Yamaha YC88 and Stage 3, 76, but with setup time and stage space tight I brought the Stage 3 and Prologue. Along with some typical analog pads and leads, I also had a few utility string, brass, reed organ, and Wurli sounds dialed up (or as close as I could find on the Prologue). It's a pop/classic rock hybrid band, so being able to grab a handful of sample-based sounds on my 2nd keyboard is helpful.

I've heard several intriguing synth sounds when checking out demos of custom oscillators, but not much in the way of 'bread and butter' jobbing-type sounds. I'm not expecting my Prologue to be a ROMpler, but it'd be great to have access to a large handful of those kind of sounds - based in the Multi-Osc. Kind of like a very scaled-down Nord Wave.

Anyone here aware of any 3rd-party Oscillators that model acoustic/electric pianos, sampled-style brass/strings, etc. ? I've found a couple of organ tones, and the clav and harpsi tones in Dirt Box's Physiq are great, but haven't discovered much else that might fit what I'm seeking.
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Narioso
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 22, 2021 12:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Did you check out Sound Mangling by Tim Shoebridge
https://soundmangling.sellfy.store/korguo/

He has really good demo videos as well.

I got one called Pluck which is for piano type of sounds attack.
And one called String as well, which I do not have.

Otherwise I guess you found the free ones referred to in other threads on this forum.
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allan_evett



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PostPosted: Sun Aug 22, 2021 2:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for sharing that. I watched a Tim Shoebridge video a while back, regarding librarian and 3rd-party Program installation. Will check out his sets of user oscillators.
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MRNUTTY



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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2021 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Available osc's and effects as of jan 2021

https://korginc.github.io/logue-sdk/unit-index/
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