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9 minutes ago, paulo said:

The new JRR shop website looks very much like the old one.

I don't think that they have converted to the new site yet...

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Be prepared to do a lot of freezing with this synth.....  especially if you use pitch bends.....

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2 hours ago, Promidi said:

Be prepared to do a lot of freezing with this synth.....  especially if you use pitch bends.....

Cpu heavy ?

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8 minutes ago, Zo said:

Cpu heavy ?

Yes, it can get quite up there.....  especially when you use pitch bends, use both layers and high density settings on the resonators....

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Lots of new presets in this release. Plus doubling up engines, which makes for much bigger sounds. 

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10 hours ago, Fleer said:

Lots of new presets in this release. Plus doubling up engines, which makes for much bigger sounds. 

Agreed! ...trying the demo... 😁

Wondering if JRR is trustworthy yet?

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It for sure has this organic thing we love .... 

Movement is life , immobility is death ....

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7 hours ago, abacab said:

Agreed! ...trying the demo... 😁

Wondering if JRR is trustworthy yet?

I got mine from JRR.  No issues.  (Except the serial had to be manually generated - but that's just  a case of  “Patience Grasshopper”)

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Yes. It. Is.

Plus I have 10 of the add-on packs for it. The new browser sure is sweet!

The new v3 factory library has 421 sounds, and the remastered v2 factory library has 676 sounds...

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Ok, the demo has won me over. I might even end up using this version for something other than when I want a marimba type sound.😀

Some of the patches seem a bit cpu heavy though.

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I just bought Chromaphone 2 second hand and won't be able to upgrade for some time, but listening to demos I can hear that doubling the engines makes a huge difference in sound. Hopefully there will be sales on the upgrade next year.

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34 minutes ago, paulo said:

Some of the patches seem a bit cpu heavy though.

Yeah, I noticed this too....more so in this version as they are using two engines.

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1 hour ago, chris.r said:

I just bought Chromaphone 2 second hand and won't be able to upgrade for some time, but listening to demos I can hear that doubling the engines makes a huge difference in sound. Hopefully there will be sales on the upgrade next year.

In the meantime you’ll love Chromaphone 2. It’s their second best instrument, right behind Chromaphone 3. 

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