Wallengard wrote:So what exactly is the advantages of using for example dark planet and the other vsts like hypnotic dance in halion 5 vs just using them as standalone? Will I be able to get into the programming of the sounds in halion as opposed to just being able to tweak what's already there?
Wallengard wrote:Would you care to elaborate on what those editing capabilities could look like? Right now I only have a set number or preset knobs I can tweak, anywhere from cutoff to swing, would halion 5 let me edit premade arpeggiators and other stuff on for example trip (which I have in halion sonic 2 se) on a more fundamental level?
The reason I'm asking all these silly questions is that I am having a serious hard time finding info about it online, and I'm only really trying to decide if getting halion 5 is worth it in that aspect of it not just the sampling.
What I really want to be able to do is use dark planet and hypnotic dance for example more like an actual synthesizer rather than just a rompler. Is that even possible?
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