August 23rd, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: AKAi, Audio Samples


    E-MU Proteus 1 XR AKAi

    PHOTONE | 19th July 2016 | 572.25 MB

    When I first heard the Proteus/1 I was blown away by its internal demo song. The strings sounded so real to me, one could hear the rosin on the bow and the friction of it on the strings of the violins. One of the peculiar things about the Proteus is the fact that many patches seem to emulate Roland D-50 patches, but not Korg M1 patches.. Both instruments were the instruments “to beat” at the time. I wonder why the programmers only focused on the D-50 and didn’t give the M1 sounds a shot.

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    • H2O Past And Future v1.0 Internal MERRY XMAS-AiR
      August 17th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: Special

      H2o Past And Future V1.0 Internal Merry Xmas Air Magesy

      H2O Past & Future v1.0 Internal

      TEAM AiR | WiNDOWS | exe | 12/2007 | 32 MB

      A bit of modern interactive history.

      H2O – Past and Future is an internal production just for the fun of it. Lean back and enjoy !!!

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        July 11th, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: AKAi, Audio Samples

        Yamaha Ex7 Akai Internal Photone Magesy

        Yamaha EX7 AKAi

        PHOTONE | 26th July 2016 | 600.95 MB

        The EX7 features a unique Extended Synthesis system which incorporates a number of the most advanced tone generator technologies currently available…plus a full-featured sampling system. It offers a Four-Element Voice structure which allows for up to four independent waves from any of the tone generators. The tone generators implemented here include AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) Synthesis, AN (Analog Physical Modeling) Synthesis and FDSP (Formulated Digital Sound Processing) Synthesis. According to Yamaha: “AWM is Yamaha’s original system for effectively using sampled waveforms in synthesizers and tone generators. The strength of AWM synthesis lies not only in its extraordinary ability to “shape” and control the sound of the samples with a comprehensive system of envelope generators, filters, key scaling parameters, modulation, and more. AWM voices can have from 1 to 4 AWM elements. Each AWM element can use a preset wave or a sampled waveform. The ability to combine AWM elements means that you can, for example, combine separate samples for the attack and sustain portions of an instrument’s sound, with independent control over each.

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