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thesoundtestroom: KQ Dixie FM Synth Demo

Doug Woods from thesoundtestroom takes a look at the new KQ Dixie FM synth release this week!

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Reader Comments 4

Is it PC to call an app "Dixie"?

I see that "Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede" dinner show has had a name change to "Dolly Parton's Stampede" to be more PC in these modern times.

Oh me, oh my....
January 12, 2018  | person_outline Simon
The issue with the name came up in the Synthtopia forum, too. I don't see how anyone can associate this app with the Southern Confederacy. But... I guess if I was the developer, I'd probably change the name anyways.

As far as the app itself: The preset management is confusing to me. I guess that's to keep with the sysex stuff of the original DX7.
January 13, 2018  | person_outline Kerm
That's funny - I knew somebody would complain.

I think ithe app is more DXie than Dixie... :-)
January 13, 2018  | person_outline Simon
Agree with Kerm's comment about preset management. I hope someone can figure out how to save your edited presets and post a video or some instructions. The only docs I've found for the app are in Chinese, but evidently an English version is "under construction".
January 14, 2018  | person BDBaker1958

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