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Let's Play with Lagrange

I've been doing these Let's Plays for a long while now. I don't think I've ever been as proud of the results as I am in this week's video. It is extraordinarily difficult to do live sound design, while also explaining the concepts of an app. I went into this video expecting a train wreck on the other end. Lagrange is vast in its complexity, there was no way I was going to be able to talk about it and still produce a nice sounding patch. I got lucky here!

Video Description:

iceGear has never made a synth I didn't like, and this is one I absolutely LOVE! Lagrange's impressive combination of algorithms and different routing options makes this one extremely powerful synth!

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