Looking at all those posts for over one year..
Great emphasis on minor issues, advertisement-oriented philosophy, guru dependence,we all waiting for the messiah to come. In reality, a miserable editor, little more polyphony, a reverb more..
But what about ideative programming, filtering, morphing, i.e. expressivity? Sampling per se is a dying world. Do we understand this? I looked with frustration to the tips and tricks section. Very few contributions and few ideas. After playing some time with physical modelling techniques, and comparing them with morphing on sampled sounds, I became convinced that much can still be done to improve current sample-based techniques. Creative imagination and \"out of chorus\" attitude are however required. Would someone join to this enterprise..
[This message has been edited by Giorgio Tommasini (edited 05-04-2000).]
[This message has been edited by Giorgio Tommasini (edited 05-06-2000).]