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virus0815

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Tuesday, June 8th 2010, 8:53pm

Why does the TI snow only have 4 parts?

So much voices and only 4 parts?
That´s lower when older models(access virus C 16 parts with 32 voices)

With a little trick you can get out more than 4 sounds.

try this at your own risk :P

Take a sound(better no unisono long release etc. but an arpeggiator on) and press audition.Now take a second sound.As you can hear the first sound doesn´t stop.
When press audition again.Both sound are sounding.This so on......Where are more than 4 soundz you will hear at same time so i think It´s possible.

The next thing are midikeyboards.Newer models got drumpads which ar cool for placing effectsoundz.And the Snow is an effectmonster i think, and a performance synth which work greatly with another keys like m audio axium49 or akai mpk or cakewalk a- 300 till a- 800

so my question.A half Ti but a quarter of parts. ?(

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Wednesday, June 9th 2010, 1:51am

tahst why the snow is cheaper, if it had 16 it would run out of voices ..........thats the difference when you buy the fulll TI.........just make a sound then bounce it, and you can have as many as you like

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Wednesday, June 9th 2010, 2:17am

But if the ti has 16 parts with 2 processors, why not 8 parts for the snow with 1 processor?

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Wednesday, June 9th 2010, 8:43pm

tahst why the snow is cheaper, if it had 16 it would run out of voices ..........thats the difference when you buy the fulll TI.........just make a sound then bounce it, and you can have as many as you like


How do you know how many voices you are using per part?50 Voices are very much.Much more than other VA´s.Blofeld 25 voices(16parts) nordlead 20(4 parts)
Bouncing at life playing is not so good;)
If you use the grains and formant you can also run out with a full TI.

8 parts will be a good deal!for a half TI


by the way:

The White Keyboard(5 Oktan) looks great!!!!

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Thursday, June 10th 2010, 10:29pm

These voice counts are max values. A "voice" in the virus is more a unit for processing need than a granted voice as a note.
There are few patches that just use one "voice" per note. Have a look on the "complexity indicator". If you see 5 bars there a note takes 5 "voices".
Then there is unison... don't forget the effects...
50 notes on a snow are theory, like 80 voices on a TI1 or 100 on a TI2. Take a nice horror trip with the min values without unison: 10 voices on a snow, 16 on a TI, 20 on a TI2. Still lust for some unison?... maybe you see now why there are just 4 parts in a snow.
Ok, lay back again - all synth manufacturers do the same cheating with high polyphony numbers on paper - Blofeld, Radias,... read between the lines and you'll find it everywhere.

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "TiUser" (Jun 10th 2010, 10:42pm)


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Monday, June 28th 2010, 10:20pm

But why had a Access Virus C 32 Voices and 16 parts?
I don´t want push my snow to the max.I can also work with the classic OSC´s , without unisono and reverb.


More Parts,More Parts,More Parts :P