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" machine fxs"

Red Sound Systems DarkStar XP2Published on 09/11/14 at 10:41
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Technical data sheet.

UTILIZATION

Very simple. Turn the knobs and presto!

SOUNDS

Too bad that it is not ny more onboard effects for a box like Ted Sound ... otherwise there are fxs phew! Leader of the bizarre. This bike makes odd sounds that I love. Too bad not many sounds internally.

OVERALL OPINION

I suggest a little expensive compact synth that gives good surprises.
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Red Sound Systems DarkStar XP2Published on 10/03/07 at 06:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Modlisation digital synth with 2 CSO 2LFO, Low Filter, Band Pass, and Hi.
It can be used between the modulator audio thanks
4 outputs (2 Stros)
8 voice polyphony
Multi 2
64 memory
and a super joystick to real time.
Noon recess.
No effect.

UTILIZATION

Using super simple.
Small, friendly, engaging, and very practical. Potentiometer with 16, 24 buttons, you can easily edit the same sound live.
The manual is clear enough, but better to know a bit before using synths.

SOUNDS

The sounds are average. It must be said that it is cheap and it is digital. It sounds digital.
Some bass sounds are quite convincing and can compete with the best plugins, and analog synths,......
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Modlisation digital synth with 2 CSO 2LFO, Low Filter, Band Pass, and Hi.
It can be used between the modulator audio thanks
4 outputs (2 Stros)
8 voice polyphony
Multi 2
64 memory
and a super joystick to real time.
Noon recess.
No effect.

UTILIZATION

Using super simple.
Small, friendly, engaging, and very practical. Potentiometer with 16, 24 buttons, you can easily edit the same sound live.
The manual is clear enough, but better to know a bit before using synths.

SOUNDS

The sounds are average. It must be said that it is cheap and it is digital. It sounds digital.
Some bass sounds are quite convincing and can compete with the best plugins, and analog synths, but there are a lot of the acute aliasing (!!!)...
The filter is ok, far from the moog filter or Curtis ... ESQ1 one is better.
The sweeps are pretty rat because the sound is too pure, rsonance dsagrable.

OVERALL OPINION

100 EUR for a synth, it replaces a plugin, it allows an easy and convenient shipping, IMMEDIATE.
It's a synth to learn the IDAL synthse subtractive. At this price you just buy it for these kids to the nol!
But for a production srieuse, he can not pin a Studio Electronics SE-1 or an analog synth.
Again, it's quality over price give me a note.
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Red Sound Systems DarkStar XP2Published on 09/04/09 at 02:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Description already done previously.
There are 5 Units [multi], not 2!

UTILIZATION

Globally accessible.
All front buttons are convenient.

A little mess with the "shift", and especially the menu, the small pad to navigate reacts strangely, but once it is made is good.

It would have been nice to display the values ​​for any parameter change on the screen, with a little reminder of the previous value. It's cheap but it does not diminish the pleasure.

The joystick is really nice.

The input is not much use, release to come in handy sometimes, especially because he does not have an output volume loud.

SOUNDS

Sound level is ... special.

In a set-up complete, with......
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Description already done previously.
There are 5 Units [multi], not 2!

UTILIZATION

Globally accessible.
All front buttons are convenient.

A little mess with the "shift", and especially the menu, the small pad to navigate reacts strangely, but once it is made is good.

It would have been nice to display the values ​​for any parameter change on the screen, with a little reminder of the previous value. It's cheap but it does not diminish the pleasure.

The joystick is really nice.

The input is not much use, release to come in handy sometimes, especially because he does not have an output volume loud.

SOUNDS

Sound level is ... special.

In a set-up complete, with other machines, it's interesting.
It can output sounds weird, fx, atmospheres, very shady stuff.
As it can send the bass to vibrate below the walls.
Sometimes it's uncontrollable limit the whole point.

Do not count on him to make sounds "classic" synths that nevertheless have similar characteristics.
Or he will use the 5 layers of a patch for the same sound, and even then, it will remain a bit suspicious when they share the highs.

OVERALL OPINION

It is weird.
It sounds weird.
But I love him very much.

A when you already have something else, and want a machine quirks.
No other of my machines does sound like there.

Sometimes unstable, sometimes quite surprising.

For the price, I would do this choice!
And I do not part with.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Red Sound Systems
  • Model: DarkStar XP2
  • Category: Analog Modeling Synth Racks/Sound Modules
  • Added in our database on: 04/16/2004

We have no technical specifications for this product
but your help will be much welcomed

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Other names: darkstar xp2, darkstarxp2, darkstar xp 2, dark star xp2

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