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Re: There's now a U-he linux forum at KVR

Postby jonetsu » Sat Dec 01, 2018 4:08 pm

lilith wrote: I thought I can use Zebra before buying it by rendering, but in that case it's not possible as it constantly plays wrong notes.


You certainly know about this... Zebra2 includes the totally free Zebralette synth which is a scaled down version of Zebra. Zebralette can produce a good array of sounds and there are some free 3rd party sound sets for it to start.

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Postby lilith » Sat Dec 01, 2018 5:31 pm

Yup, I have Zebralette, but I never used.
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Postby lilith » Tue Dec 11, 2018 10:55 pm

There's an update of HIVE, which sounds interesting.

https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopi ... 1&t=516346

119€ until 20th January... I think I will go for that one.
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Postby jonetsu » Tue Dec 11, 2018 11:49 pm

What's nice with this is that the Linux version is as prompt as it can be, and posted officially on the web site. I got it and will install it a bit later on. Free update with a major new feature: wave tables !

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Postby lilith » Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:05 am

jonetsu wrote:What's nice with this is that the Linux version is as prompt as it can be, and posted officially on the web site. I got it and will install it a bit later on. Free update with a major new feature: wave tables !


I'm curious how you like it. There's a linux update the next days again. I was just surfing the web for free wavetables but didn't find anything. So I wonder how to get own wavetables into HIVE.
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Re: There's now a U-he linux forum at KVR

Postby jonetsu » Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:23 am

I installed it (Linux version), sounds pretty good. As for wave tables I did not get into that yet, just exploring presets. There's a u-he script that does something about that maybe and there's also the package: 'Hive 1.2 Wavetables Starter Pack.zip', although I haven't look at that yet.

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Re: There's now a U-he linux forum at KVR

Postby glowrak guy » Thu Dec 13, 2018 10:01 am

To use the 400+ new wavetable sounds in Hive,
click the presets button, located on
the top row, right of center, dark gray,
and on the presets page, click TAGS.

Three areas appear on the left, each has a group
of rectangular buttons,
Categories, Features, and Character.

In the Features area, the last button is 'Wavetable'.
Click that, and the wavetable sounds appear in the preset browser.
Hundreds of 'em...inauspicious, but worth a few clicks.

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Re: There's now a U-he linux forum at KVR

Postby jonetsu » Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:14 pm

Yes, these are the presets featuring a wavetable. Or two.

What's very interesting is to load wavetables amongst the ones that are offered by choosing WT1 (or WT2) and clicking to change the wavetable. Very interesting results can happen, and there's a certain choice of wavetables.

it's also possible with a loaded wavetable to modulate the Position parameter (for one) in Hive itself or in Bitwig to create an interesting sweeping effect.

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