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  • Padshop Pro Tutorials

    A few weeks ago, I finally did a first basic tutorial for Steinberg's Padshop Pro, creating a patch from scratch using a simple psaltery pluck sample from my library Granular Guitars, the video is 20+ minutes long:





    More to come.

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    This is fantastic.

    I've been waiting for somebody to do something like this. I love Padshop Pro and still use it all the time. I can't believe (yes, I can) Steinberg has basically left this amazing piece of software to pasture. Our beloved granulars seem to be falling by the wayside... nonono:

    Anyway, wonderful tutorial. Thank you Simon!

    Cheers,
    -S1gns
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    • #3
      would be interesting to know Padshop Pro compared to Absynth
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      • #4
        Originally posted by S1gnsOfL1fe View Post
        This is fantastic.

        I've been waiting for somebody to do something like this. I love Padshop Pro and still use it all the time. I can't believe (yes, I can) Steinberg has basically left this amazing piece of software to pasture. Our beloved granulars seem to be falling by the wayside... nonono:

        Anyway, wonderful tutorial. Thank you Simon!

        Cheers,
        -S1gns
        Thank's Chris, Steinberg will not drop PSP for a long time to come, I mean they commissioned two large libraries (Granulr Symphonies/Granular Guitars) which I produced for them exclusively and apparently these libs are doing very well and PSP is getting more and more popular around the globe - so, no worries.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ahornberg View Post
          would be interesting to know Padshop Pro compared to Absynth
          The granular engine in Absynth is over a decade old and hasn't been overhauled ever, that comparison would not even be apples and oranges so I won't start comparing. But Absynth is much more than a granulator, PSP is only a granulator and certainly one of the most capable and best sounding around, HALion 5 is it's bigger brother with even more features in the granular department.

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          • #6
            Just discovered this tutorial - thanks a ton! I've been using PSP more and more in my works, and it's about time to really dig in! :thumbsup:
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            • #7
              I even give Padshop Pro a try ... the first I found out: no way out of the 12 equal temperament :cantlook: need to do the pitch-bend-trick here :uh:

              but it really sounds smooth :listening:
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