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Re: Percussa SSP: wavetable, granular, sampling, fx processor...

Post by isol » Thu Feb 13, 2020 6:48 am

So how’s the interest in relaunching the Kickstarter going?

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Re: Percussa SSP: wavetable, granular, sampling, fx processor...

Post by cackland » Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:25 am

Doesn’t seem promising at all.

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Post by synonymist » Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:50 pm

defalut wrote:
Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:13 am
Sold most of my rack since i realised that the Percussa SSP probably could handle most of what i used my modular gear to do; wavetable synthesis, and i also wanted the gear to be flexible and dynamic = SSP.
Mine is in the mail right now and will probably show up tomorrow, so - it´s going to be a happy day!

From having 412 HP i´m planning to use only the SSP for hardware modular duties (maybe a filter module aswell) but the rest of modular duties will be handled by Reaktor and Silent Way.

I´m mostly an OTB guy, but SSP seems like a perfect compromise.
I´ll be following this thread very carefully to pick up on tips and tricks from the more experienced wigglers here. Cheers! :guinness:
defalut, Now it is several months later, how did this work out for you? By switching to Percussa SSP, did you achieve what you envisioned?

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Re: Percussa SSP: wavetable, granular, sampling, fx processor...

Post by Tonefloat01 » Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:52 pm

I have one for sale on Reverb right now actually :guinness:
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Re: Percussa SSP: wavetable, granular, sampling, fx processor...

Post by cackland » Fri Mar 20, 2020 1:41 am

Tonefloat01 wrote:
Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:52 pm
I have one for sale on Reverb right now actually :guinness:
Reason for selling? Global crisis or just not feeling it?

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Re: Percussa SSP: wavetable, granular, sampling, fx processor...

Post by Tonefloat01 » Fri Mar 20, 2020 7:11 am

A little bit of both actually but started to sell off half my Eurotack gear even before this whole Covid business started.
It’s an incredible module and capable of so much but I’m looking for my modular to have more immediacy in that when I do find time in life to use it I’m not fussing around with screens and menus and routings and etc...
Don’t get me wrong you can make great stand alone patches and once their made they’re made and you can recall them at will immediately which is like recalling your favorite patches on a synthesizer which is awesome.
However, I don’t have much time outside of work to use all the gear that I currently own anyway and when I do get free time I don’t want to spend it making anymore presets.
Definitely a module for people that really want to dive deep, dream up their own module presets and then construct them, it’s really akin to the O|D ER-301 which may also be leaving here soon.
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Post by defalut » Tue Mar 24, 2020 1:45 am

synonymist wrote:
Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:50 pm
defalut wrote:
Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:13 am
Sold most of my rack since i realised that the Percussa SSP probably could handle most of what i used my modular gear to do; wavetable synthesis, and i also wanted the gear to be flexible and dynamic = SSP.
Mine is in the mail right now and will probably show up tomorrow, so - it´s going to be a happy day!

From having 412 HP i´m planning to use only the SSP for hardware modular duties (maybe a filter module aswell) but the rest of modular duties will be handled by Reaktor and Silent Way.

I´m mostly an OTB guy, but SSP seems like a perfect compromise.
I´ll be following this thread very carefully to pick up on tips and tricks from the more experienced wigglers here. Cheers! :guinness:
defalut, Now it is several months later, how did this work out for you? By switching to Percussa SSP, did you achieve what you envisioned?
Hmm; i´m embarassed to admit i sold my SSP and bought a Hydrasynth instead. So i guess the answer is no. :confused:

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Post by lisa » Tue Mar 24, 2020 6:29 am

defalut wrote:
Tue Mar 24, 2020 1:45 am
Hmm; i´m embarassed to admit i sold my SSP and bought a Hydrasynth instead. So i guess the answer is no. :confused:
You seem to be buying and selling at a rather elevated pace though, so I guess the fact that you sold it didn’t have much to do with the SSP itself? You could have achieved what you envisioned with the SSP if you would have wanted to, right?
New modular track! My first in six months. :party: Messy and unglued.


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Post by synonymist » Tue Mar 24, 2020 7:31 am

defalut wrote:
Tue Mar 24, 2020 1:45 am
synonymist wrote:
Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:50 pm
defalut wrote:
Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:13 am
Sold most of my rack since i realised that the Percussa SSP probably could handle most of what i used my modular gear to do; wavetable synthesis, and i also wanted the gear to be flexible and dynamic = SSP.
Mine is in the mail right now and will probably show up tomorrow, so - it´s going to be a happy day!

From having 412 HP i´m planning to use only the SSP for hardware modular duties (maybe a filter module aswell) but the rest of modular duties will be handled by Reaktor and Silent Way.

I´m mostly an OTB guy, but SSP seems like a perfect compromise.
I´ll be following this thread very carefully to pick up on tips and tricks from the more experienced wigglers here. Cheers! :guinness:
defalut, Now it is several months later, how did this work out for you? By switching to Percussa SSP, did you achieve what you envisioned?
Hmm; i´m embarassed to admit i sold my SSP and bought a Hydrasynth instead. So i guess the answer is no. :confused:
Thank you. Don't be embarrassed. :) What is clear at least is that you continued to list away from modular towards semi- or non-modular. I hope that Hydrasynth is working out better for you.

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Post by defalut » Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:25 pm

lisa wrote:
Tue Mar 24, 2020 6:29 am
defalut wrote:
Tue Mar 24, 2020 1:45 am
Hmm; i´m embarassed to admit i sold my SSP and bought a Hydrasynth instead. So i guess the answer is no. :confused:
You seem to be buying and selling at a rather elevated pace though, so I guess the fact that you sold it didn’t have much to do with the SSP itself? You could have achieved what you envisioned with the SSP if you would have wanted to, right?
Yeah, maybe i should have made that clear too. The SSP would have been perfect for me if only i would´ve continued on the path i began. It´s a marvelous device and a wonder of engineering and creativity!

For me, however, i tried to have time to be a dad to a 1½ year-old daughter at the same time as i built and filled my first four 104-rows of modules. Building and filling, no problem. Using it = NO.
Only very short-lived tasks and no time for experimenting or anything that requires deep thinking.

Very reluctantly i had to admit that euro/modular isn´t the way for me at the moment. :waah:

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Re: Re:

Post by defalut » Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:30 pm

synonymist wrote:
Tue Mar 24, 2020 7:31 am
defalut wrote:
Tue Mar 24, 2020 1:45 am
synonymist wrote:
Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:50 pm
defalut wrote:
Mon Sep 30, 2019 9:13 am
Sold most of my rack since i realised that the Percussa SSP probably could handle most of what i used my modular gear to do; wavetable synthesis, and i also wanted the gear to be flexible and dynamic = SSP.
Mine is in the mail right now and will probably show up tomorrow, so - it´s going to be a happy day!

From having 412 HP i´m planning to use only the SSP for hardware modular duties (maybe a filter module aswell) but the rest of modular duties will be handled by Reaktor and Silent Way.

I´m mostly an OTB guy, but SSP seems like a perfect compromise.
I´ll be following this thread very carefully to pick up on tips and tricks from the more experienced wigglers here. Cheers! :guinness:
defalut, Now it is several months later, how did this work out for you? By switching to Percussa SSP, did you achieve what you envisioned?
Hmm; i´m embarassed to admit i sold my SSP and bought a Hydrasynth instead. So i guess the answer is no. :confused:
Thank you. Don't be embarrassed. :) What is clear at least is that you continued to list away from modular towards semi- or non-modular. I hope that Hydrasynth is working out better for you.
Thanks! :) Yes, you´re right. I will experiment with modular but in a restricted manner. I´m still building modules and selling the results now and then, and i keep good ones. I might use them with Silent Way in the future, who knows?

Hydrasynth works great though, it´s a beast! :)

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