Re: QS Resonant Filter

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Posted by Nico Trevize on December 21, 1998 at 17:11:25:

In Reply to: Re: QS Resonant Filter posted by D.G. on October 20, 1998 at 01:29:00:

: > Do the Quadrasynth, Qs+ (synths not workstation), or S4/s4+ have rez filters?

: Nope, they don't. Instead they have "resonator" as one of the pitch effects.
: Which, of course is pure BS.
: And don't bother with QS effects programming if you are not PhD in
: Quantum Mechanics.

: >Why the hell did Alesis omit these

: That's exactly what I'd like to know myself.
: They sure counted on buyers who wouldn't bother to ask a sales guy
: if there's a resonant filter or LFO to Midi/Tempo clock sync.
: That sucks, Alesis!
: D.G.
: I worked in a store and specialized in Alesis products . The reason for the lack of a rez filter is simple: It would greatly reduce the synth's midi response time while greatly increasing its cost.As a result Alesis makes the
fastest responding synths on the planet. And the
rez effect doesn't sound THAT bad either!

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