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I saw this video (CS80 clone — Deckards Dream) is there an iOS "emulation"

edited February 11 in Off-topic

in software? We have and ARP Odyssey, but I'm not familiar with a Yamaha or other CS80 clone on iOS.
Or what's the closest...
GOD the warbles and filters just give me shi i v v e e r rs

Comments

  • What he says at 5:46 is interesting and makes sense
    TIL Why subs are after filters and usually sine waves.

  • Mood has some nice CS80-like sounds.

  • Why not buy yourself a Yamaha Reface CS for $200 (ish)?

    Sure, not as powerful as Deckards Dream, but also not $4,000

    (And it includes a keybed and mini speakers too!)

  • @LeonKowalski I agree about mood.

    im surprised there hasnt been a cs80 clone on ios considering its one of the most sought after analog synths ever.

  • edited February 11

    @tk32 said:
    Why not buy yourself a Yamaha Reface CS for $200 (ish)?

    Sure, not as powerful as Deckards Dream, but also not $4,000

    (And it includes a keybed and mini speakers too!)

    The Reface is cool but you can get the same synth engine for free with Yamaha Synth Book. ;)

  • IK Multimedia Syntronik V80 is the only clone on iOS that pretends to be a clone that I know of.

  • edited February 11

    There is nothing like CS80, it's holy grail of analogue synths .... Even that Deckard dreams synth, based on some comparisions i heard, isn't completely there, althought very close :-) I had ooportunity to put my dirty hands on real CS80. Unbelievable masterpiece, rocket science (it contains analogue memory for patches !!), total holy grail ...

    @tk32
    Why not buy yourself a Yamaha Reface CS for $200 (ish)?

    Not even in that direction :) Very limited in parameters. Not saying that it sounds bad, at the end it's reincarnation of synth engine fom AN1x/AN200 .. but .. still different universe than CS80

    Actually Reface CS kind of sound (or better AN1x kind of sound) is available at iOS - it's "Yamaha Synth Book" app :)

    My suggestion would be: If you really badly wants that 'CS' sound, try search ebay for second hand CS-15 or CS-30 .. it's much limited in terms of polyphony, voices and some features, but some basics of "that" sound is present there .. had opportunity to play with it, and those models are still very very impressive synths ...

    @Jumpercollins
    IK Multimedia Syntronik V80 is the only clone on iOS that pretends to be a clone that I know of.

    But that actually just rompler, so few samples from real thing ;)

  • Somebody may step up to the bat with AudioKit...

  • @audiblevideo said:
    in software? We have and ARP Odyssey, but I'm not familiar with a Yamaha or other CS80 clone on iOS.
    Or what's the closest...

    On iOS....Zeeon is by far the closest.

  • We could start a bounty for a decent CS80 clone

    I'll pledge $20

    That is... unless Behringer already have one in development ;)

  • edited February 11

    @tk32 said:
    That is... unless Behringer already have one in development ;)

    don't say that !!! :lol:

  • edited February 11

    I keep hoping Arturia will convert their vst CS80 to ios... and it would be great paired with a Roli Block keyboard!

  • edited February 11

    @brice said:

    @audiblevideo said:
    in software? We have and ARP Odyssey, but I'm not familiar with a Yamaha or other CS80 clone on iOS.
    Or what's the closest...

    On iOS....Zeeon is by far the closest.

    seconded :+1:
    The CS80 was 2x8 polyphonic, with polyphonic aftertouch and a ribbon controller as it's main features.
    The signature sounds known from records were heavily reverbed by back then expensive fx-units. Aside from that it's 'only' a very good analog synth.
    Repatch with Zeeon and you're fine ;)
    ps: insert 2 or more instances into AUM with dedicated fx pathes or busses

  • @Jumpercollins said:
    IK Multimedia Syntronik V80 is the only clone on iOS that pretends to be a clone that I know of.

    Its not a clone its sample based.. it doesn’t come even close to the real thing

    @PhilW said:
    I keep hoping Arturia will convert their vst CS80 to ios... and it would be great paired with a Roli Block keyboard!

    This would be awesome..

    However, looks very much like arturia lost their interest in making ipad products
    Which is kind of a shame..

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