Lattepanda


#1

Imagine every vst like Sylenth1 or even max plugins running in a zynthian-ui lattepanda Ouch


#2

Interesting . . . .


#3

Hello @wyleu and @pppp,

maybe a Lattepanda would be capable of hosting Sylenth1 with regards to CPU power…
I own this synth, but it is Win and Mac only. I would use it for live tweaking with a Korg Nanokontrol if it was available and ported to.
Regarding zynthian I get along with Zyn and all other synths plus an effects chain that is free and as tweakable as Sylenth1.
Here on youtube is a little tutorial that helped me making sounds with Sylenth1 (or sound programming in general).

Greetings and God bless, Marius


#4

Apart from the fact that Sylenth is not an OpenSource, you only get it as binary for x86/amd64. If I have to additionally buy a Windows license, it’s quite expensive.

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