Williamson wrote:Looking forward to playing with it. Question - is it possible to use Geist as a live looper yet? With the ability to record to a pad, it seems like we might be getting closer. Seriously, Geist would be the center of my live rig if I could live loop with it. And its soooo close!
TalmiK wrote:Real quick first impression : it's a real real big move up, but for users of Geist1 you won't be lost. You feel very familiar from the get go. I'm writting and having fun with it right now.
First the GUI is as big as you want and every elements of it (browser, sequencer, pads, settings for the pads) can be rezised too, you can close the browser, the pads, the settings.
16 slots in the transmod matrix which can be : LFO, morphing LFO, sample and hold, ad enveloppe, mini sequencer, math, constant, bouncing ball. Very easy to use if you are familiar with the transmod system. Everything can be modulated. The varying lenght of the lane in the sequencer is awesome, triplet with whatever else, anything is possible now. You just have to pull the arrow where you want the lane to end.
The enveloppes view is so much clearer now !
But to me the best are the fxs : maul, bloom (which I have for both but being able to use them in Geist is great), guru filter, dirty dac, shaped distortion, much,much more dynamic tool, PhaseMod array and AmberChorus (which sounds sooo sweeet) are new members of the family.
EDIT : scratch that, my favorite new feature is the transmod system, the boucing ball ! I mean...
No bug for me at the moment.
I'm fully satisfied, that's for sure. Thanks FXP.
venyusz wrote:Hello Geist Team!
Only a question...one of my favourite feature of the Geist 1 is the "Classify" option and that it creates "real" patterns, is it not a feature of the Geist 2 anymore?
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