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  1. Looks very interesting. How much did you pay for this? I'm also trying to work out if you can use it without the modules, as a very fine Haken Continuum type instrument, fingers directly on the surface.
  2. They should have reversed the keys, that would have looked spectacular with the black sides.
  3. Funny, I came across this article from 1987 about how technology is giving more people the opportunity to record their own music. If only he knew what was coming! I think that these days almost all of the interesting music is happening outside of the now "Old School" music industry. There is no doubt in my mind that making the technology available to the masses has opened up a slow revolution still in motion for the curious listener. There is now a whole universe of sounds and musics to explore where you can listen your whole life to new material without ever returning to something you have he
  4. Brilliant video! Solaris is probably my all time favourite sci-fi novel. This is a nice homage to it.
  5. I'm still quite happy with Reaper. Haven't had any problems with plugins but I don't use that many, mainly a couple of Valhalla plugs and some free ones. I just updated in fact, or re-bought it because it handles video as well in version 5. Quite nice to be able to edit video in an environment that I know. Ableton Live with Max looks like a dream environment though... If I started out from scratch, that would be something I'd seriously think about. Maybe some day.
  6. Depends on the expansions. A fully expanded Capy 360 has more horsepower than a Paca. They can't run the latest Kyma 7 software, but are still incredibly deep.
  7. The Capybara-66 is the third incarnation of the hardware component of the Kyma System. Due to software optimizations and a doubling of the clock speed, this newer hardware provides more than twice the polyphony of the previous (Capybara-33) hardware. Additionally, the Capybara-66 comes with 3 megabytes of sample RAM per card standard. All Capybara-33's were upgradable, meaning that Kyma users could upgrade, rather than having to retire the old hardware. The Capybara-66 is an external rack-mountable processor that has a motherboard and eight expansion slots. Each expansion card provides an
  8. Capybara-320 Sound Computation Engine is a multi-processor hardware accelerator for the award-winning Kyma software sound design environment. Based on the Motorola DSP-56309 chip running at 80 MHz, the Capybara 320 base unit provides a minimum of four DSPs (expandable to 28) with multi-channel I/O, synchronization to external clocks, and 96 MB of sample RAM (expandable to 672 Mb) in a low-noise, rack-mountable package connected to a desktop or laptop Macintosh or Windows PC. This gives you 5 to 8 times more real time processing power than was previously possible. That translates into more
  9. The Paca is the entry level engine for the Kyma system. It is essentially half a Pacarana with two processors and 1 GB of RAM (upgradable to 2 GB). Otherwise the two are identical and run the same software. Kyma The most powerful sound design workstation on the planet — that’s what Electronic Musician magazine called the Kyma sound design environment. Future Music called it the Holy Grail of sound design. Kyma’s effectiveness arises from its unique set of algorithms, the ease with which you can create endless combinations of those algorithms, and the unprecedented degree of real-tim
  10. View full synthesizer
  11. Pacarana is a hardware engine containing up to 4 GB RAM and 4 powerful DSP chips specially tailored for audio. The engine needs a Mac or Windows computer for its graphical user interface, Kyma. It also requires a compatible audio interface for its audio and MIDI connections, via Firewire or USB 1.1 connectors. Kyma The most powerful sound design workstation on the planet — that’s what Electronic Musician magazine called the Kyma sound design environment. Future Music called it the Holy Grail of sound design. Kyma’s effectiveness arises from its unique set of algorithms, the ease wit
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