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#257849 - 02/22/09 04:35 PM Audya review
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Should have it up in a couple of hours

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#257850 - 02/22/09 04:49 PM Re: Audya review
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Have what up
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#257851 - 02/22/09 04:51 PM Re: Audya review
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My short review of the Audya

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#257852 - 02/22/09 04:52 PM Re: Audya review
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Oh, that short one
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#257853 - 02/22/09 04:54 PM Re: Audya review
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Zuki have you ordered one ....the Audya would make your life alot easier.

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#257854 - 02/22/09 05:11 PM Re: Audya review
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Nah, happy with what I have.... how about you?
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#257855 - 02/22/09 06:35 PM Re: Audya review
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The demo went very well, AJ showed off some of the new features of the Audya, and some of the old stuff revamped.

Looks like the Audya will have a folder including the older SD sounds, with some re-worked SD1 styles for the Audya.

Most of the sounds are very close to the SD series sounds, except the new sounds like guitars and such that have a very good upgrade

The styles are very good, especially the guitar strums, and with the AI turned on you have almost automatic sub variations in a variation.

I was able to play some styles and they were very good, the chord recognition was without any hiccups.

It's very fast, no delay in loading of styles or sounds.

There are allot of nice improvements, more to come
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#257856 - 02/22/09 06:43 PM Re: Audya review
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Frank thanks for the Audya reviews please keep them coming....interesting.

Zuki ....S900 is till my ax baby

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#257857 - 02/22/09 07:08 PM Re: Audya review
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the velocity is monitored and changes the way the styles are played.

a harder hit will change a strummed guitar to an arpegiated.

There is a mix bewtween audio and midi parts ex

bass drum is midi, the hi-hats and snare are audio

the vocalizer sounds great with dedicated gain, volume of mic, and volume of harmonies

the 6 outputs are can been used as stereo outputs, so there are actually 12 audio outputs on the Audya, with the ability the not lose their individual fxs

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#257858 - 02/22/09 07:17 PM Re: Audya review
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Frankie, are you saying that the bass drum is Midi in all/most of the Audya drumkits?

I assumed that all the kits would be all Audio.
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