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  1. Radium

    Radium Guest


    I know I've brought this subject up previously but I just can't get
    over it. I apologize profusely to those who might be annoyed.

    I just wish the audio communties would revert back to real,
    non-emulated SB16 FM synthesis and upgrade from there.

    FM emulation [or any audio emulation for that matter] is
    sample-playback. Sample playback synth = human kakaa

    SB Live stinks like human kakaa. It has no real music synthesis. Its
    all kakaa-like emulation.

    SB16 PCI has the disadvantages of SB16 ISA [e.g. limitation to 16-bit
    resolution] without the advantages [e.g. *real* FM synthesis]. All SB16
    PCIs should be burned in oxyacetylene flames.

    AFAIK, some PCI cards contain something called "Yamaha FM synth". I
    don't really like it though, it is emulation. The Avance sound card has
    "Avance FM synth", but its also a real stinker as it isn't a real
    synth. The evil PCI loves to inflict pain on other types of slot -- ISA
    being the unfortunate victim. PCI cards don't contain real FM synth.

    Anything kind of 'OPL' a PCI would have, would be emulation. The only
    'OPL' any PCI cards have is OPL emulation. Emulation stinks like human
    diarrhea kakaa foam. I don't understand why a PCI card cannot contain a
    real FM synth like Creative Music Synth [220]. Is there a technical
    barrier to this?

    I can easily tell the difference between the freshness, brightness,
    warmth, and liveliness *real* synth from the stale, cacophonous -- or
    rather kakaafoamus -- fart of emulation.

    Creative Music Synth [220] = SB16 ISA's FM synth = my favorite MIDI

    I don't care for other MIDI synths.

    Creative Music Synth [220] is:

    1. Real


    2. Digital


    3. Hardware


    4. Real-time

    All other FM synths are okay. Wavetables are also okay. But I don't
    care for them.

    Sample-playback synths are the worst.

    Sample playback synths STEE<insert infinite amounts of
    'E'>EENKS!!<insert infinite amounts of '!'>!!

    Sample-playback MIDI synths are the worst audio equipment ever. They
    are stinky, tickly, itchy, creepy, irritating, farty, hissy,
    terrifying, disgusting, and annoying.

    I like the audio quality of Creative Music Synth [220]. It sounds so
    warm, fresh, bright, rejuvenating, lively and effervescent.

    The only thing about Creative Labs that I like is their Creative Music
    Synth [220]. Other than that, they are a piece of kakaa.

    Creative Labs is one f--king piece of crap that provides sh--ty
    customer service. Their tech support is so limited.

    Creative Technology used to be such a great company 13 years ago. Now
    there are nothing but stinky-diarrhea-kakaa-foam-of-humans.

    I've asked them about Creative Music Synth [220] only to be

    Creative Labs also uses such f--ked up sickening disgusting
    sample-playback synths in their PCI cards.

    I wish that a gang of persons who support Creative Music Synth [220]
    would attack Creative Technology and force them to make hardware
    versions of Creative Music Synth [220] upgraded from 16-bit to 32-bit,
    from 44.1 Khz to 192 Khz, and from stereo channels to 7.1 channels. And
    from there, keep on upgrading!

    If Creative Technology refuses, I hope the CMS220-advocating gang ties
    up the people who make up that company and torturously force them to
    repeatedly listen to sample-playback MIDI synths and emulation until
    those Creative personnel are annoyed with burning headaches and are
    deathly desperate for an escape. Only then will the people of Creative
    Technology do the right thing -- make upgraded versions of Creative
    Music Synth [220].

    A rich spoiled-rotten company like Creative deserves to be heinously
    hijacked and forced to do their duties.

    I feel like torching the chips of sample-playback synths with
    oxyacetylene flames to distort their audio output.

    Anyone who respectfully uses any sample-playback MIDI synth needs to be
    put in a mental hospital ASAP for his/her own good as he is a danger
    to him/herself.

    Creative Music Synth [220] is my favorite MIDI synth.

    Its those sample-playback synths that are crap.

    Sadly most MIDI magazines advertise the kakaa-stinky sample playback as
    a good thing often referring to them as "wavetables". These sick
    marketers call sample-playback synthesis "realistic sounding".

    Sample-playbacks synths are nothing more than the sound of a stinky
    fart emitted from a human colon.

    I've been looking hard for true FM synths. No luck. Most PCI cards have
    OPL emulation. I hate FM emulation. FM emulation -- much like any
    sample-playback synthesis -- is to the ear what human kakaa is to the

    I want *real* FM synthesis not some stinky trashy out-of-a-human-behind

    Those stinky-f==king marketers who refer to sample-playback synthesis
    as "wavetables" deserve to be thrown into the sewer and made to eat
    their own crap.

    There is a world of different between sample-playback synthesis and
    wavetable synthesis.

    Wavetable synthesis is so much better than any kakaa-spitting
    sample-playback synth but not nearly as heavenly as *true* FM
    synthesis. Of all the *true* FM synths, Creative Music Synth [220] is
    my favorite.

    If a synth is *not*:

    1. *Real*


    2. *Digital*


    3. *Real-time*


    4. *Hardware*

    then it,

    Here is what I would like to do. I would like to make some replicable
    electronic nanobots that will search for sample playback MIDI synths in
    any part of the world and attach to the digital chips of
    sample-playback MIDI synths. These nanobots should contain magnetic
    receivers that will extract any random enviromental magnetic audio
    signals 2 khz and 50 khz [excluding spikes, square-waves, white noise,
    brown noise, pink noise and bass sounds]. The nanobots then amplify
    those signals to the point where they would significantly interfere
    with -- and cause inductive crosstalk in -- the audio signals in the
    digital electronic chips of the sample-playback MIDI synths.

    That way all companies will be forced to make *real* synths and the
    listeners will be forced to adapt to the excellent audio quality of
    *real* synths. For those who miss their stinky human kakaa foam of
    sample-playback synths, well, f--k you!

    I try playing Creative Music Synth [220], through my so-called 'karaoke
    voice cancellor' -- which inverts the phase of one stereo chanel [right
    or left] and then combines it the other channel -- which results in
    anything identical in both the left and right channels being removed. I
    get a mono of what was different in the left and right channels.

    When I play Creative Music Synth [220] audio through the
    voice-cancellor, it sounds more treble, sharper, brighter, warmer, and
    crisper than when I don't use the voice-cancellor.

    Any understanding, cooperation, and assistance is greatly appreciated.


  2. My dear, not so rough....

    Just imagine. My SB can play any Software titles from the early
    eighties up to the 2006 titles, like 'NwN', 'Star Wars - Empire at War'
    and many other DX<5,6,7,8 titles. ISA, yes. And only laggy when playing
    games with high-rate EGO shooting-kacckaa, due to ISA of course.

    You never heard a Yamaha GX-1 or a Waldorf WAVE, eh?
    But you are right, it's a descent not to integrate a decent FM-Chip,
    when there are so many great FM-Synths around the World.

    By the way. I have Cubase 3.7. Here I can select any Synth, found on my
    Soundboard! (WAVE Chip e-MU 8000, FM-Synth OPL4/3, Software Synth

    Today the Soundcards are mainly software synthed, with the samples
    stored in PC memory. What a joke :). That's nothing....
    The PC is a controller, never a Player, IMO. Well developed
    extension-cards are an other story.... (own Sample RAM, various other
    Sound-Chips etc.)

    Best Regards,

    Daniel Mandic
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