Qasarbeach

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Qasarbeach

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This is a complete recreation of the Fairlight CMI IIx.

This has all the features of the original Fairlight CMI including 16 stereo voices, full voice editing and realtime control, harmonic additive synthesis, full Page R sequencer and much more.


Full file support for Fairlight Series I, II, IIx, III samples, plus a host of other manufactures.


You will need to download all three files, especially the Guide which will tell you all about the very basic operations of QasarBeach.

The Fairlight CMI was a professional and complex machine, QasarBeach in no way tries to obscure this operation. So the UI is the same, the operation is the same, but there have been additions to make it a bit more user friendly.
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OOOHHH!! This is going to be interesting..! :) Thanks for posting this, khz! ;)


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Anyone able to get a midi controller connected (using Jack)?

No luck here... :(


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