Started by plexified, November 14, 2023, 07:22:19 PM
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Quote from: BROCKSTAR on November 15, 2023, 04:07:20 AMI don't see what is so different about this compared to Zenology? Looks like it's just being repackaged for people who don't know Zenology.
Quote from: xogmusic on November 18, 2023, 02:14:14 AMSeems to focused mainly to being an instrument for usage in the DAW or standalone. I'm curious if it has a way to export the scenes for usage on the GM-800? Not covered in the quick start manual nor in the YT demos.
Quote from: Bluesbird on November 18, 2023, 05:48:49 AMNo, you will not be able to export a scene to the GM-800. Scenes in the Galaxias are built from individual Roland software vst instruments and not Zenology tones. It is a four-slot Roland Cloud vst host, not a GM-800 zencore scene editor.
Quote from: arkieboy on November 18, 2023, 07:58:51 AMI think if you were disciplined, ignored all of the other models and loaded four Zenology Pro instances into the slots, you could experiment with GM-800 scene configurations. Select four parts, tweak them until they sound exactly right, export the tweaked parts and then manually recreate the scene in your hardware. It would be helpful to get your control assigns just right, and maybe switch off bits of a preset you don't want.It's not going to be a seamless experience, obviously.
Quote from: Bluesbird on November 18, 2023, 08:41:27 AMWhy use Galaxias for that? Just open four Zenology instances in your daw.
Quote from: gumtown on November 14, 2023, 08:24:51 PMThings have moved on a little since the Fairlight CMI exactly 40 years ago.
Quote from: IMH1234 on November 20, 2023, 01:52:07 PMWould go for the Fairlight over this cloud subscription based ephemera any day - in 40 years there will still be people running and using Fairlights, will there be any support for Roland's current platforms in 4 years? If so, I expect we will need to upgrade to their latest 'improved' software-reliant hardware platform to make use of this
Quote from: Elantric on November 20, 2023, 02:12:43 PMit was a major hassle as it relied on tempermental SCSI drives , and required a specific power on sequence , and would NOT be anything Id want to tour and perform live gigs with - and it was a roll of the dice if it would work each day