MATRIXSYNTH: Superbooth 2019 Make Pro Audio Networked Controllers

Friday, May 10, 2019

Superbooth 2019 Make Pro Audio Networked Controllers


Published on May 10, 2019 sonicstate

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New eurorack module:


"We all love Eurorack for all the infinite possibilities it presents to create new sound machines. However, when you aspire for more voices and more timbres within Eurorack, that usually requires a significant amount of space and budget outlay. That leaves you no viable options, other than to leave your Eurorack and attempt to connect with outboard gear that does not easily integrate. Now – with Dino Park – you gain access to a world of infinite sonic possibilities, while staying within your Eurorack!

Dino Park is not fixed synthesis architecture – it is as flexible as your Eurorack. It can load different “synth models” which feature radically different forms of synthesis – including vintage subtractive, additive, wavetable and FM – providing infinitely expandable and exciting sonic capabilities in every Eurorack.

Now increasing the sonic potential of your Eurorack has never been easier, or more affordable! . For newbies, Dino Park offers an easy, cost effective and gratifying way to start off their rack journey with a big sound foundation. For Eurorack veterans, Dino Park can close a lot of gaps and enrich any Eurorack performance. True “ best of” utility in big analog sound with the recall-reliability of digital.

We offer three Dino Park kits for the Eurorack"

"Dino Park is a versatile stand-alone hardware synthesizer which performs its awesomeness without dependence of a host computer. As a part of the MPA Platform, it is built from MPA Tiles and naturally joins GLUE – the Network of Possibilities – for innovative control and integration of your studio or performance setup!

Presenting unparalleled multi-model synthesis in a flexible and affordable form factor. Dino Park boldly and finally fills a gap:

Play the most faithful models of classic synthesizer legends!
Enjoy the sparkle of hybrid wavetable architectures!
Discover the attraction of a lively additive model tonewheel organ!
Get under the magic spell of FM synthesis!
Immerse yourself in the many timbres of modeling drums!
And to get you going, every Dino Park comes with three legendary emulations of historic synthesizer classics – the super-phat Minimax, punchy Prodyssey and uber-expressive Pro12
The CreamWare Minimax ASB is arguably the best Minimoog emulation available. Its sound is undeniably authentic, and the feel of its controls is closer to the original than any software-based virtual Minimoog.

Electronic Musician
The Pro 12 is impressive; a near-perfect facsimile which sounds like the real thing.

Sound on Sound Magazine on the Pro12 ASB
… if you want to get hold of a dependable, physical clone that sounds phenomenal yet doesn’t weigh as much as your Grandma, look no further.

Future Music Magazine on Minimax ASB
… if you’ve always wanted a Minimoog, but would prefer one in a reliable, affordable, hardware form, the Minimax could be what you’ve been waiting for.

Sound on Sound Magazine on the Minimax ASB
The Prodyssey ASB is a bold, thoroughly great synth to play. It does sound like the original Odyssey, but it also manages to be its own boss, with its own agenda and tricks.

Music Radar on Prodyssey ASB
The Minimax sounds exactly like the Minimoog. Full stop.

Keyboards Magazine
The CreamWare Minimax ASB is arguably the best Minimoog emulation available. Its sound is undeniably authentic, and the feel of its controls is closer to the original than any software-based virtual Minimoog.

Electronic Musician
The Pro 12 is impressive; a near-perfect facsimile which sounds like the real thing.

Sound on Sound Magazine on the Pro12 ASB

The Secret behind the Sound

There are specialized synthesizers that give you great results within their limited scope of specialization. Then there are versatile synthesizers that cover a large sonic spectrum using a sample-playback engine. Then there is Dino Park. Nothing quite compares to its coupling of modular software technology and dedicated uber powerful Analog Devices SHARC DSP processor to do the sonic math. It’s this unprecedented technology pairing that puts Dino Park in a class all by itself and how it can emulate such a variety of synthesizers and synthesis forms, in the most minute detail. Dino Park is a multi-specialist that can load – and perform as responsive hardware – very different synthesis specialization, thus being able to cover a very large sonic spectrum while delivering superior sound quality, like only specialized synthesizers can.
Dino Park Sound Demos

All voicing of the following demo tracks entirely synthesized by Dino Park synth models:

Vm P Vm P Vm P
When specializing in the emulation of classic synthesizer legends, Dino Park extensively emulates the very DNA of the original analog circuitry. This “modeling” approach brings the emulated sound circuitry “to life” allowing much deeper interaction and modulation possibilities than a mere sound recording of it ever could. And throwing the massive computational performance of a SHARC DSP at its emulation allows Dino Park to model with fidelity and precision that ranks amongst the very best models money can buy.

And because Dino Park’s DSP processing knows no latency, Dino Park plays and feels just like the real thing with a level of responsiveness and musicality of a hardware synth. No software-only plugin plays and feels like Dino Park!

An outstanding Synthesis Platform

The Dino Park family is unique in many ways. Its seminal development and beginnings over 20 years ago, forms the foundation for its unique refinement and richness when it comes to combining the best of both worlds in hardware and software synthesis.
It was Frank, MakeProAudio’s founder who also invented the legendary CreamWare SCOPE platform. His team pushed the envelope and set new and lasting standards in software based synthesis around the turn of the century. Truly pioneering technology that was, as many say, way ahead of its time.

With their uncompromising approach to quality, CreamWare was not satisfied with host CPUs so they added whole arrays of dedicated SHARC Audio DSP processors which were new and revolutionary at that time. This approach allowed CreamWare to lead the industry in sound, performance and flexibility for years –however, this novel approach also came with a heavy price tag which ultimately took CreamWare out of the competition for less demanding mainstream markets.

Today SHARC DSP processors continue to power only the very elite audio equipment in the industry – having evolved in power and price/performance; now offering 10-20 times the performance in comparison to the heyday of the CreamWare SCOPE and NOAH platforms."

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