Some good feeling after a week (Money for nothing)DX7VST into MODX

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Some good feeling after a week (Money for nothing)DX7VST into MODX

Unread post by Ivan Jochner » Fri Jul 12, 2019 5:42 pm

Hey guys,

After a week or so i have been working on MODX after 10 years spent with trustworthy XS.

To be honest many things should be improved asap, cause very obvious things still are very very fresh.
( We can track them here or IdeaScale forum).

At first i thought " MODX- Money wasted " but today i was surprised a lot how easy and good was a transfer from DEXED VST -DX7, to Modx.

"Money for nothing" would be a good start for having a good mood!

Here is the guy who made patches for DX7 VST . and i am uploading converted files which then can be combined in Performance "Money for nothing".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85-_kG-k7RA&t=5s

http://ge.tt/6ZNe04x2


"Sounds featured in the video (Power Funk, *Fat Funk* and Slapit!) are in there. 3. Open and layer 3 instances of Dexed in your DAW,load the patches, pan them around, add gate-reverb and you’re good to go."
Youtube User -Hedge 777


( In our case load DEXED X7L. file on USB then import as Librarie file , combine (Power Funk, *Fat Funk* and Slapit!) into a new performance "Money for Nothing" DX 7 .)
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Re: Some good feeling after a week (Money for nothing)DX7VST into MODX

Unread post by Can » Sun Sep 22, 2019 10:43 pm

Cool sound!! Thanks for the effort!
Ivan Jochner wrote:
Fri Jul 12, 2019 5:42 pm
To be honest many things should be improved asap, cause very obvious things still are very very fresh.
( We can track them here or IdeaScale forum).
I agree with you. I really like the overall concept of the MODX. But there are big gaps in terms of flexibility and live usage. I have a MoXF and I were really interested in the MODX. But after two days of testing there were too many features missing that my MoXF offers. I'm a live keyboard player and musical director for theatre shows... I don't need motion sequencers, I don't need a pattern sequencer or recording features. But I need a good workflow when playing sounds live, switching performances and scenes, working with MIDI devices. In the end I decided to keep my MoXF for first and wait for future updates.
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