Creamware Minimax ASB

Creamware Minimax ASB

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Minimax ASB, Analog Modeling Synth Rack/Sound Module from Creamware.

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Creamware Minimax ASB tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Creamware
  • Model: Minimax ASB
  • Category: Analog Modeling Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/04/2005

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Creamware Minimax ASB user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %

sergioleone13's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" cool analog imitation"

Creamware Minimax ASB
Polyphonic rack


I have not read the manual.
The edition of the sounds is easy to the extent necessary to turn the pots. this is what I wanted.


The original sounds are ugly and useless.
After work, sounds suitable to my style of music 80.
The sounds are fortunately not realistic. The effects are nickel.
This synth is perfect for imitating good old magic bass.


I love +
it heats not
large memory patch user.
The - is that I do not manage to create a great lead edge (lack of knowledge?) And I do not like the modulation comes out when you touch the keyboard modulato. This is not natural.
Yes I would do this choice by scraping a little price.
So great synth but not at all versatile.

Gurbek's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A must have for the classic "analog has the moog""

Creamware Minimax ASB
VA the minimoog.

Direct use of the machine, one knob one function, faithful reproduction of what mini.
Software to be installed for additional parameters. You plug the usb it shows in the minimax soft and go!
All the hardware is reproduced on the app in the same form.


1 button 1 function!

Additional parameters are mainly the effects (delay, chorus parameterizable ms or sync noon) if c is aftertouch and management bend

Part is a bit chaotic in the effects for several reasons:
- No choice of type of effects from the hardware interface but only via the program button (you must know is what each program)
- Changes in the effect parameters (damping, feedback, etc.) can be made through the interface that is much clearer than using the hardware for my part
- The setting is a bit chaotic.

on the other hand I find Chorus and flanger well done modifications that allow sound pretty cool

Attention to change the effect type on a table control. Several CC messages are sent to each program change effect (I could not change to this day a type of effect via my slmkII zero)
Other search all other parameters are assignable


Apart from a staircase effect on the oscilloscope (a bit annoying to perfectly synchronize the oscilloscope) and extreme (less using this software I found this awesome machine (and should lower the volume to work my sounds in case the one of them would be the trunk!


In recent months, purchased from occaze for 600 €, I would do this choice that brings in all of my machines a very specific color.

p.masgen's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Creamware Minimax ASB
Having had the chance to try a real minimoog I can tell you that this "emulation" of the machine of origin is more than credible REALLY!
EXIT travel and other VSTI ... The price difference is not seen at the bottom "with the eyes," agree with me that for a musical instrument ... It's a shame.


The only regret is that we can not store more than PRESET


The front buttons respond very well.


In short less than 1000 Euros, you buy a run ... Uh, then I want to say that I do not work ... Creamware

green-fuzz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Creamware Minimax ASB
Well for the specifications, that's about the same as a minimoog, except:

1 / the machine is not analog ...

2/elle is polyphonic. Which is good.

You can edit sounds and effects thanks to a utility my faith quite well studied.

Level connections: MIDI IN / OUT / THRU, USB, Audio: 2 output (left and right, two inputs (left and right).


The general configuration of the machine, as I said before, a replica of his minimoog model. So much new to say Rienda on that side ... As for the manual is clear, no frills. One does not linger much of the rest as it is the beast of traffickers eager to get out of his ...


Because that is where the minimax pleasure: when we take care of her. In my case, see, I am a great admirer of Moon Safari, Air. Well I can tell you that I'm having a little thing to make sounds of the spa traffickers in the cutoff and all that ... The factory presets are nice but ... anyway, in general, I always remove the factory presets, then.


I use it for a year, and I must admit that I am very satisfied with this machine. I tried a few others before making my choice on this minimax. Frankly, it was he who was the top of my little personal comparative tests. Due to price, at first, but also sound and robust appearance bodes well for use say a little tough. (Ie solid, you can go)
So with the experience, yes, I would do this choice.

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