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2 years 1 month ago #337 by Skadimusic
Replied by Skadimusic on topic User defined instruments
Bought the plugin recently and I am quite impressed about its quality.

Sounds great that extended verions of Respiro are planned.

My questions are:

Will it be possible to add/remove macros to instruments in the XT version (eg adding overblow or growl to a sax model)
Are there any planned options to upgrade the Respiro "Player" tier to a higher one (e.g. Respiro XT)?

Optionally, will the instrument list be extended with basic models (basic tenor/baritone/soprano sax, Oboe, Flute etc) while having more marcos for tweaking them in the "player" version?

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2 years 1 month ago #338 by imoxplus
Replied by imoxplus on topic User defined instruments
Hey...glad you enjoy Respiro...actually I just installed the upgrade 1.2.3 with plenty of new instruments. Check the download page on your account.
At this moment I have no immediate plans to provide an extended version of Respiro allowing for deeper editing of the models. The current deep editor requires training and is not user friendly. I will however keep this in mind when I would rebuild a new version of Respiro.
Sorry, Respiro is not made to emulate real-world instruments. The instruments provided do not really exist in our real world. There are much better synths on the market to emulate a sax etc.... The goal of Respiro is to give you access to a new kind of expressive instruments with their own character.

Hope this answers your questions. And please feel free to share music you are making with Respiro ;-)
Rudy

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2 years 1 month ago #339 by Skadimusic
Replied by Skadimusic on topic User defined instruments
Thanks for the quick answer.. I'll download the new version right away to check out the new models/instruments.

I'm fine with your approach to provide creative new instruments rather than remodelling existing ones.

Looking forward for an extended version in the future (with some more tweaking options and maybe the feature to add/remove macros (just like some sort of building blocks to remove the complex basic modelling part but providing some more flexibility to treak the pre-defined models).

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