A ...It's almost certainly your room acoustics.
Thank you for confirming what i've known for for a long time but didn't know it would play tricks on my ears in that way. This week I'll be ordering room treatments I've been looking at for a year now.
Thanks for pushing me over the edge once again. The Adams Ax7's you recommended a couple of years ago were my last big purchase and was a good one. Thanks
P.S. Do you have a spare room for when my wife kicks my a** out :o)
Sorry, no. Our spare room has another fucking studio in it.
what inspires you?
So you have the Korg MS20 legacy controller - and so do I. Bargain on ebay, used but "as new". In facts reading you own it gave me even more confidence to get it. Didn't think it would be that good and that 1:1 as using the actual synth ("usuability" wise). But you know what isn't 1:1? The knobs. Each single knob fom the hardware does nothing from a 0 to 1 value on the cutoff frequency knobs for example. Also nothing from 9 to 10. At 9, it reaches the 10 in the software. At 1, it's already zero. It's not scaled up properly. And it's exactly the same for each single knob. The pitch in the second oscillator is completely effed up. I reckon it's not the HUGEST problem as I would have to work with my ears anyway, but I was wondering if yours does the same. Don't have other people that I know who have it and can tell me. I'm asking over the internet. Does yours do the same? If I could fix it I would. It's sort of silly.