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 on: December 04, 2019, 05:10:38 PM 
Started by Markus Krause - Last post by JulianG
Just awesome job! The Drums/sequences are great! Thank you Marcus.

 on: December 04, 2019, 04:50:12 PM 
Started by Markus Krause - Last post by Markus Krause
Thank you for the nice feedback Michael

We started to send out the updates today. Since we do it manually it will take till tomorrow evening till all mails have been sent.

 on: December 04, 2019, 04:04:24 PM 
Started by Markus Krause - Last post by Michael1
Just got the email for the link and key for Icarus2 RC1. Working beautifully, and what a gem it is! Thanks for an amazing product and your endless creativity, Markus.

 on: December 02, 2019, 02:42:47 PM 
Started by Junior S - Last post by Junior S
That's nice.  Smiley

 on: December 02, 2019, 10:30:25 AM 
Started by Harald - Last post by Markus Krause
Hallo Harald,

theoretisch schon. Das sollte auch mit beliebigen Synths funktionieren. Der Midi-Note-Off Befehl müsste dazu aus dem Stream rausgefiltert werden. Dann spielt der Midi Empfänger nach dem loslassen der Taste weiter. Viele Hosts unterstützen das. Schau mal bei den Midi-Filtereinstellungen nach. Es gibt auch diverse Midi-tools die sowas können. Ich erinner mich an MidiOx (ist aber mittlerweile veraltet).

Die Hardware Lösung:
Wir hatten damals in den 90ern bei unseren Jam-Sessions einfach ein Zündholz unter die Taste vom Keyboard geklemmt.


 on: December 02, 2019, 10:22:39 AM 
Started by Junior S - Last post by Markus Krause
Hello Junior,

Icarus2 will be the final Tone2 synth.
But there will be big and free updates with new features for Icarus2. There will be also free updates for the other existing synthesizers. The support for the existing products will not be stopped.


 on: December 01, 2019, 11:11:18 PM 
Started by Junior S - Last post by Junior S
Hi Markus.  Smiley

Well I'm aware about your health issues and I hope overall it improves and you will be better, very often I read some your post about Icarus being the last synth you will develop and stuffs like that.

I'm also aware about the market and that is saturated, but... Icarus is really very Very unique, is a great prowess, honestly there is not anything like it, there is no wavetable synth with such deepness and synthesis capabilities like it. I think that you have achieved a lot with it, and if it is true that you will no develop more synths (which sounds like a bad news) certainly also could be even better that you can continue the evolution of what is already there and overall your main flagship products, Icarus.

And yeah I use Icarus all time, really All Time, very often I play with it in the projects, I play with it with some loops and some beautiful melodies, so to hear something like you will stop developing more products is like if a close friend is telling me he will go, it would be sad, I really hope a prosperous time for you and this company, and if it is possible or not to just continue the development of what is already there would be at least a good news for me and even better. There will be a always place in the market for Tone2 because your synths are very unique, and even if Tone2 might need to improve and adapt to this big competition in all different areas and aspects, I will hope the best always for Tone2.

Also if your health issues is something that could be improved I would hope the best for it, mainly because by my own experience mine was terrible for years and was healed (thanks God), and good diet and exercise helps me to stay healthy.

So long life Tone2, Very good day my friend.  Smiley

 on: November 30, 2019, 06:09:52 PM 
Started by Harald - Last post by Harald
Hallo Markus,
danke für deine Beschreibung. Hat schon den ein oder anderen Aha-Effekt gehabt, aber mir schwebt eigentlich etwas ganz Banales vor:
Single-Tone auswählen - Tastendruck - Arp einschalten/programmieren - Taste loslassen und Arpeggio spielt (wie bei einem Hardware-Synth).
Funktioniert das mit einem einfachen Masterkeyboard (ohne Hold-Taste)?


 on: November 29, 2019, 11:20:30 AM 
Started by Harald - Last post by Markus Krause
Hallo Harald,

in Electra werden die Noten bis zur nächsten immer gehalten. Die Note wird released, wenn ein 'R' in der oberen Reihe plaziert wird. Zusätzlich gibt es einen 'Hold'-Wert für die Envelopes.
Bei Saurus und RayBlaster funktioniert das ähnlich.

In Icarus2 kann man in der zweiten Spalte bei den '+' das event 'Rel' für Release wählen. 
Im Drum-Sequencer von Icarus2 gibt es bei den Envelopes eine 'Hold'-Zeit. Zusätzlich kann oben das Verhalten eingestellt werden wie bei überlappenden Noten reagiert wird (Monophonic / Overlap Notes / Release Notes).

Viele Grüße,

 on: November 28, 2019, 11:23:14 PM 
Started by Harald - Last post by Harald
is a Hold-Function in the ARP-Section in any of the Tone2-Synths not existing ?

I prefere a solution in german language, please.


Greets, Harald

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