Hehehe! I have to join this point. Last month it also said next month - as the month before. Why not be strict with the dates? Write in late 2002 - instead of writing months. It seems rather annoying to check a website 50 times to find out - that next month was last month.
So great lord and master of sounds - Mr. Eric Persing alias Spectrum - I humbly beg you! We need demos to be temporary satiesfied!
I\'ve been working on a few demos for Atmosphere, and I can assure you that it is worth the wait! And I can also say that based on the beta that I\'ve been playing with, it will be ready very, very soon [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] .
First impressions? Very fat sound; enough patches to keep you inspired for months, if not years; cinematically (!!) evocative (remember, these are programmed by the guy who made Distorted Reality); what-was-that-? leads (my favourite part) that can easily transform into vocal-like basses; very fat sound; great analog patches (again, this guy has an amazing arsenal of synths to sampe); simple and practical interface; did I mention that the sound is fat?; etc. Colour?: think JD-800CS80Prophet5MaelstromOberheimMoogWavestationAbs ynth
Note: I don\'t work for the company, I\'m just in love with the software!
I find the Atmospheres concept quite intriguing. Am I correct in thinking of it conceptually as something sort of like a Kurzweil K2500 in software form? By that I mean a powerful, programmable, sample based synthesizer?
Well, it has basic subtractive synthesis capabilities, like high and low-pass filtering, ADSR enveloppes for the filter and amplitude, 4 LFOs, modulation of pitch + pan + filter, adjustment of the start point, etc, but I wouldn\'t compare it to a Kurzweil (with its very cool V.A.S.T synth engine). That said, it\'s only a baby, and will no doubt be updated over time, so who knows what will be added in terms of synthesis? [img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]