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I am new to synths and keys at 52 years old… loving this channel. Many thanks for the software run through but also the brief histories on these synths… 😎🤘
helo what r diferent between it and drema synth
Thanks for this great walkthrough. Can you point me to any resource that shows how to use it as a multi-instrument in Logic, like you have it in the video? I'm having trouble with that. Thanks!
Excellent. I think I have bought all the cherry audio stand-alone synths now. Can't go wrong with the price. I always come to this channel to learn them lol.
the keyboard of the arp quadra have the keys out of place , so they can be broken , thanks cherry audio to bring back this marvelous synth for the rest of the mortals
I know the band New England used the Quadra on their self titled debut album in 1979
check out their songs 'Don't Ever Wanna Lose Ya' youtu.be/UVlkIlsBBtE youtu.be/UVlkIlsBBtE or P.U.N.K. (Puny Undernourished Kid) youtu.be/AmOXNaT4ZSQ youtu.be/AmOXNaT4ZSQ to see and hear it in their videos
this VST sounds amazing btw very true analog vibe. next to the Roland Jupiter 8 this was always the synth i wanted most but could never afford
Got their VM900 the other day and planning on getting this one and the Memorymood in January.
My first encounter with synths was in the 1970s with Moog 3p with sequencer compliment b at a local studio and a Moog 1p at the University of Minnesota. Also had a Moog Model 15 for a few years.
Apparently they had no plans to do this but one of the bosses got a working Quadra and the story goes from there. So it is based on a real one with all the foibles of the original.
It seems i'm the only one that doesn't like the string sound on this one. Even the samples from Gforce VSM v3 sound way better.
Good, Cherry managed to get rid of that unprotected keybed!! Those keys were always getting broken off. /s
Did you mention the arpeggiator? Does it only work on the lead sound?
Things like this should clue Arturia in, and cause them to know that the Stone Age-era prices they're currently charging are embarrassingly, grotesquely out of date.
Glad they keep it like the original and hope they don't add any changes. If others are claiming add this or that then you kill the emulation. What's the point Get then the modular for that
It definitely has a nice sound. I think if Cherry was updating it they could have done something more interesting with the routing, like a selection menu with those orange VCO / VCA / VCF squares. The bass is underwhelming, needs a cutoff and I think it's own arp or sequencer, minimal, but something. Other than that, they did a great job, the presets sound very good, no idea how they programmed them (yet) with such limitations though.
Here's a video of someone checking out a real Quadra (for comparison)...
Saw and heard one of these in Chase music shop in Manchester when they came out, along with an Avatar guitar synth.
Sounded amazing to me when this guy played it...all those fluttery shimmering pads.
Couldn't get anything good out of the Avatar tho, cos I was a total beginner and hadn't a clue what to tweak.
Ahhhh!!! those heady memories of trawling around music shops at weekends finding hidden bargains stuffed in dark corners:)
How does a PRESET work since it got 4 synths in one?