New poly synth/synth company - ASM Hydrasynth

Any music gear discussions that don't fit into one of the other forums.

Moderators: Kent, luketeaford, Joe.

Post Reply
User avatar
Nelson Baboon
droolmaster0
Posts: 9954
Joined: Sat Nov 28, 2009 11:26 am

Post by Nelson Baboon » Sun Dec 15, 2019 1:51 pm

Divinital wrote:
onthebandwagon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
logicgate wrote:This one is worth getting even if using it only as a midi controller...
I dunno, that's what I preordered the Osmose for. Was hoping this would be enjoyable but I think I'm going to snag $69 Arturia Pigments 2 instead to hold me over... I really wanted to love the Hydra but it seems to be love it or hate it. Not sure I should give in to the hype and buy it before trying it out.
What specifically didn’t you like about it? I have the Osmose on preorder too. As I said before I have the desktop but won’t be able to do anything with it for some time... if the Argon8 had cv I would of probably gone with that.
I think the sound has a tendency towards being "grating". A lot of my modern VSTs simply sound better and I'm not touring so I don't need a versatile digital hardware synth much with a somewhat generic sound and am completely comfortable programming synths on a PC.

Second, I am an FPGA convert, I really don't care for pure digital oscillators anymore. I like the high sampling rates with the versatility of digital. Analog filters are a nice touch such as on the Summit but even the sound of the Kyra is excellent to me. It's more refreshing as opposed to a dusty, grating sound. The only digital oscillators I've liked as of late were the Quantum, otherwise I think FPGA is a better investment for me alongside the extremely interesting/innovative synth that is the Osmose.

I can't speak for everyone though. I guarantee there will be music I like that uses the Hydra but for creating it and based upon the demos and few demo tracks out there so far, I've determined it isn't for me (having been very close to pulling the trigger on it).

My ears though, my experience.
your experience, based on online demos? which of these have you used extensively?

User avatar
logicgate
Super Deluxe Wiggler
Posts: 1466
Joined: Wed May 30, 2012 11:43 am
Location: Fillory

Post by logicgate » Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:01 pm

@Divinital

You should try the Waldorf Kyra (previously Valkyrie), that thing is a monster. Could easily be the new Virus. Demos don´t do it justice, though.

Based on specs it should smoke any digital synth.

Unfortunately I can´t try one in person, where I live.

Divinital

Post by Divinital » Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:08 pm

Nelson Baboon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
onthebandwagon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
logicgate wrote:This one is worth getting even if using it only as a midi controller...
I dunno, that's what I preordered the Osmose for. Was hoping this would be enjoyable but I think I'm going to snag $69 Arturia Pigments 2 instead to hold me over... I really wanted to love the Hydra but it seems to be love it or hate it. Not sure I should give in to the hype and buy it before trying it out.
What specifically didn’t you like about it? I have the Osmose on preorder too. As I said before I have the desktop but won’t be able to do anything with it for some time... if the Argon8 had cv I would of probably gone with that.
I think the sound has a tendency towards being "grating". A lot of my modern VSTs simply sound better and I'm not touring so I don't need a versatile digital hardware synth much with a somewhat generic sound and am completely comfortable programming synths on a PC.

Second, I am an FPGA convert, I really don't care for pure digital oscillators anymore. I like the high sampling rates with the versatility of digital. Analog filters are a nice touch such as on the Summit but even the sound of the Kyra is excellent to me. It's more refreshing as opposed to a dusty, grating sound. The only digital oscillators I've liked as of late were the Quantum, otherwise I think FPGA is a better investment for me alongside the extremely interesting/innovative synth that is the Osmose.

I can't speak for everyone though. I guarantee there will be music I like that uses the Hydra but for creating it and based upon the demos and few demo tracks out there so far, I've determined it isn't for me (having been very close to pulling the trigger on it).

My ears though, my experience.
your experience, based on online demos? which of these have you used extensively?
what are you talking about? my experience based on listening to music. If I don't like how it sounds I won't like it in music, I know what music I like to listen to :lol:

I've heard it used in a few tracks, there are some on the official ASM page as well as one from Polypumpkins, an artist I've listened to for years as of now due to his use of the Novation Summit and I think the Hydra sounds terrible. I listen to everything through Sennheiser 6XXs, all the demos of the Argon8 sounds infinitely better to me.

I am OCD and when I had the Quantum, the right side of the screen seemed as though it barely worked so I returned it, a touch screen built in isn't worth the risk. Haven't used the Kyra, would like to. Owned a Moog Matriarch with VCA issues and am saving up again. Have had two Summits now, the first arrived in satisfactory condition and as soon as the recall was announced my encoder started to malfunction. Osmose I haven't used because it doesn't exist for the consumer yet...

Digital emphasized VSTs I use include age old Zebra2 whose sound I like more than the Hydra, Serum, Arturia Pigments whose sound is ideal for me, wavetable VA.

I own the Summit. It's the only hardware synth I have right now.

I don't really have to explain my tastes though and if you want to waste your time trying to arbitrarily sway my ears towards a sound feel free.
Last edited by Divinital on Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Divinital

Post by Divinital » Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:10 pm

logicgate wrote:@Divinital

You should try the Waldorf Kyra (previously Valkyrie), that thing is a monster. Could easily be the new Virus. Demos don´t do it justice, though.

Based on specs it should smoke any digital synth.

Unfortunately I can´t try one in person, where I live.
My problem with the Kyra is the modulation capabilities, maybe I'm spoiled from synths like Summit and when I had the Moog Matriarch, but there aren't many mod routings and the LFOs go to... I think 20Hz? Pretty low to me.

Honestly the most appealing synth lately has been the Roland V-Synth, but the GTs are way too expensive for me so I'll probably never own one. A lot of my favorite artists have used them extensively.

Sorry for the double message, meant to hit edit and quoted instead...

User avatar
Nelson Baboon
droolmaster0
Posts: 9954
Joined: Sat Nov 28, 2009 11:26 am

Post by Nelson Baboon » Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:28 pm

Divinital wrote:
Nelson Baboon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
onthebandwagon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
logicgate wrote:This one is worth getting even if using it only as a midi controller...
I dunno, that's what I preordered the Osmose for. Was hoping this would be enjoyable but I think I'm going to snag $69 Arturia Pigments 2 instead to hold me over... I really wanted to love the Hydra but it seems to be love it or hate it. Not sure I should give in to the hype and buy it before trying it out.
What specifically didn’t you like about it? I have the Osmose on preorder too. As I said before I have the desktop but won’t be able to do anything with it for some time... if the Argon8 had cv I would of probably gone with that.
I think the sound has a tendency towards being "grating". A lot of my modern VSTs simply sound better and I'm not touring so I don't need a versatile digital hardware synth much with a somewhat generic sound and am completely comfortable programming synths on a PC.

Second, I am an FPGA convert, I really don't care for pure digital oscillators anymore. I like the high sampling rates with the versatility of digital. Analog filters are a nice touch such as on the Summit but even the sound of the Kyra is excellent to me. It's more refreshing as opposed to a dusty, grating sound. The only digital oscillators I've liked as of late were the Quantum, otherwise I think FPGA is a better investment for me alongside the extremely interesting/innovative synth that is the Osmose.

I can't speak for everyone though. I guarantee there will be music I like that uses the Hydra but for creating it and based upon the demos and few demo tracks out there so far, I've determined it isn't for me (having been very close to pulling the trigger on it).

My ears though, my experience.
your experience, based on online demos? which of these have you used extensively?
what are you talking about? my experience based on listening to music. If I don't like how it sounds I won't like it in music, I know what music I like to listen to :lol:

I've heard it used in a few tracks, there are some on the official ASM page as well as one from Polypumpkins, an artist I've listened to for years as of now due to his use of the Novation Summit and I think the Hydra sounds terrible. I listen to everything through Sennheiser 6XXs, all the demos of the Argon8 sounds infinitely better to me.

I am OCD and when I had the Quantum, the right side of the screen seemed as though it barely worked so I returned it, a touch screen built in isn't worth the risk. Haven't used the Kyra, would like to. Owned a Moog Matriarch with VCA issues and am saving up again. Have had two Summits now, the first arrived in satisfactory condition and as soon as the recall was announced my encoder started to malfunction. Osmose I haven't used because it doesn't exist for the consumer yet...

Digital emphasized VSTs I use include age old Zebra2 whose sound I like more than the Hydra, Serum, Arturia Pigments whose sound is ideal for me, wavetable VA.

I own the Summit. It's the only hardware synth I have right now.

I don't really have to explain my tastes though and if you want to waste your time trying to arbitrarily sway my ears towards a sound feel free.
huh?

User avatar
logicgate
Super Deluxe Wiggler
Posts: 1466
Joined: Wed May 30, 2012 11:43 am
Location: Fillory

Post by logicgate » Sun Dec 15, 2019 6:31 pm

@Divinital

Was taking a look at the specs, do you consider this a poor modulation matrix?

"... the MOD MATRIX (modulation matrix), itself being a six-channel affair with up to three destinations per channel giving a maximum of 18 routings. It is also worth noting that the three LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) — with 128 waveforms, monophonic, polyphonic, random, anti-phase, and quadrature stereo phase settings — are also available in the MOD MATRIX and additionally as a MIDI clock sync source."

I guess this is per patch? In this synth you can stack a lot of patches on top of each other... So you can multiply those values above.

Divinital

Post by Divinital » Sun Dec 15, 2019 9:41 pm

logicgate wrote:@Divinital

Was taking a look at the specs, do you consider this a poor modulation matrix?

"... the MOD MATRIX (modulation matrix), itself being a six-channel affair with up to three destinations per channel giving a maximum of 18 routings. It is also worth noting that the three LFOs (Low Frequency Oscillators) — with 128 waveforms, monophonic, polyphonic, random, anti-phase, and quadrature stereo phase settings — are also available in the MOD MATRIX and additionally as a MIDI clock sync source."

I guess this is per patch? In this synth you can stack a lot of patches on top of each other... So you can multiply those values above.
Ok so maybe its basic outer structure hides a huge array of complex possibilities. Sounds really interesting. It's a synth I need to try in person and will absolutely never get the chance to.

I probably have some other preconceived notions about it that may be wrong. It's tough to drop over $2k on a synth you can't try first but I do love FPGAs, I wonder what the resale market is like in case I don't enjoy it for some reason. There have been absolutely zero available used since release but I'm unsure of sales volume.

Another aspect I've commented on is the ability to use the huge, solid polyphony and octatimbral functionality to create entire tracks using a single drum machine and the Kyra. Heck, the Kyra could even become a drum machine.....

User avatar
onthelees
Wiggling with Experience
Posts: 434
Joined: Tue Oct 15, 2013 2:41 pm
Location: Portland, OR

Post by onthelees » Sun Dec 15, 2019 9:52 pm

Nelson Baboon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
Nelson Baboon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
onthebandwagon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
logicgate wrote:This one is worth getting even if using it only as a midi controller...
I dunno, that's what I preordered the Osmose for. Was hoping this would be enjoyable but I think I'm going to snag $69 Arturia Pigments 2 instead to hold me over... I really wanted to love the Hydra but it seems to be love it or hate it. Not sure I should give in to the hype and buy it before trying it out.
What specifically didn’t you like about it? I have the Osmose on preorder too. As I said before I have the desktop but won’t be able to do anything with it for some time... if the Argon8 had cv I would of probably gone with that.
I think the sound has a tendency towards being "grating". A lot of my modern VSTs simply sound better and I'm not touring so I don't need a versatile digital hardware synth much with a somewhat generic sound and am completely comfortable programming synths on a PC.

Second, I am an FPGA convert, I really don't care for pure digital oscillators anymore. I like the high sampling rates with the versatility of digital. Analog filters are a nice touch such as on the Summit but even the sound of the Kyra is excellent to me. It's more refreshing as opposed to a dusty, grating sound. The only digital oscillators I've liked as of late were the Quantum, otherwise I think FPGA is a better investment for me alongside the extremely interesting/innovative synth that is the Osmose.

I can't speak for everyone though. I guarantee there will be music I like that uses the Hydra but for creating it and based upon the demos and few demo tracks out there so far, I've determined it isn't for me (having been very close to pulling the trigger on it).

My ears though, my experience.
your experience, based on online demos? which of these have you used extensively?
what are you talking about? my experience based on listening to music. If I don't like how it sounds I won't like it in music, I know what music I like to listen to :lol:

I've heard it used in a few tracks, there are some on the official ASM page as well as one from Polypumpkins, an artist I've listened to for years as of now due to his use of the Novation Summit and I think the Hydra sounds terrible. I listen to everything through Sennheiser 6XXs, all the demos of the Argon8 sounds infinitely better to me.

I am OCD and when I had the Quantum, the right side of the screen seemed as though it barely worked so I returned it, a touch screen built in isn't worth the risk. Haven't used the Kyra, would like to. Owned a Moog Matriarch with VCA issues and am saving up again. Have had two Summits now, the first arrived in satisfactory condition and as soon as the recall was announced my encoder started to malfunction. Osmose I haven't used because it doesn't exist for the consumer yet...

Digital emphasized VSTs I use include age old Zebra2 whose sound I like more than the Hydra, Serum, Arturia Pigments whose sound is ideal for me, wavetable VA.

I own the Summit. It's the only hardware synth I have right now.

I don't really have to explain my tastes though and if you want to waste your time trying to arbitrarily sway my ears towards a sound feel free.
huh?
Well, there’s no accounting for taste, nor should there be. I will simply say that as someone who now owns a Hydrasynth, it sounds substantially better in person than any demo I heard on YouTube. It’s an unabashedly a digital synth, but some of the presets due a remarkable job of Analog emulation, at least as good as the Summit, which I tried hands on twice and decided to pass on. I bought this because of it’s poly after touch, extremely deep voice architecture, and ribbon controller. The presets by and large suck but I end up customizing virtually every patch I use on any synth anyway. I find it engaging and inspiring musically, which is all I can ask from a synth. Of course my experience is still limited so my opinion might change, but that’s where I am week 1.

User avatar
onthebandwagon
Super Deluxe Wiggler
Posts: 2775
Joined: Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:53 am
Location: jersey

Post by onthebandwagon » Mon Dec 16, 2019 9:12 am

I’m not surprised the presets suck considering a couple of the “sound designers” credited in the manual.
I criticize by creation and by finding fault

"I'm on stage its all an act, I'm really scared that I may fall back on the abstract
It'd be exactly where I'm at"

Divinital

Post by Divinital » Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:07 am

onthebandwagon wrote:I’m not surprised the presets suck considering a couple of the “sound designers” credited in the manual.
did you plug it in yet? lol

User avatar
onthebandwagon
Super Deluxe Wiggler
Posts: 2775
Joined: Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:53 am
Location: jersey

Post by onthebandwagon » Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:14 am

Divinital wrote:
onthebandwagon wrote:I’m not surprised the presets suck considering a couple of the “sound designers” credited in the manual.
did you plug it in yet? lol
No :despair: apparently I just like bitching, hopefully I will get to “flux with it” one day soon.
I criticize by creation and by finding fault

"I'm on stage its all an act, I'm really scared that I may fall back on the abstract
It'd be exactly where I'm at"

Divinital

Post by Divinital » Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:19 am

onthebandwagon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
onthebandwagon wrote:I’m not surprised the presets suck considering a couple of the “sound designers” credited in the manual.
did you plug it in yet? lol
No :despair: apparently I just like bitching, hopefully I will get to “flux with it” one day soon.
Then you will level up and evolve into the supreme - onthebandwagon flux fluxwithit thebandwagon fluxmeister flux soldering iron my fluxwith me

User avatar
onthebandwagon
Super Deluxe Wiggler
Posts: 2775
Joined: Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:53 am
Location: jersey

Post by onthebandwagon » Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:27 am

Divinital wrote:
onthebandwagon wrote:
Divinital wrote:
onthebandwagon wrote:I’m not surprised the presets suck considering a couple of the “sound designers” credited in the manual.
did you plug it in yet? lol
No :despair: apparently I just like bitching, hopefully I will get to “flux with it” one day soon.
Then you will level up and evolve into the supreme - onthebandwagon flux fluxwithit thebandwagon fluxmeister flux soldering iron my fluxwith me
I have a a feeling I would also have to watch a lot of WWF or something to get on that level...
I criticize by creation and by finding fault

"I'm on stage its all an act, I'm really scared that I may fall back on the abstract
It'd be exactly where I'm at"

inoshi
Wiggling with Experience
Posts: 375
Joined: Mon Aug 27, 2018 3:20 pm

Post by inoshi » Mon Dec 16, 2019 11:57 am

can it do acid?

tehyar

Post by tehyar » Mon Dec 16, 2019 12:41 pm

Divinital wrote: I am OCD and when I had the Quantum, the right side of the screen seemed as though it barely worked so I returned it
fyi: the right side of the screen thing is most likely due to a point of confusion on how thee ui is to be interacted with. There's a youtube vid where a guy goes through all of the UI issues. Most of the time when the right side doesn't respond, it's because you aren't supposed to be touching it there. The three blocks that come up next to the knobs are intended to only be touched nearer to the inside and don't respond to touch near the outside. It's fooled a lot of peeps into thinking it's got a dead spot - myself included.

Divinital

Post by Divinital » Mon Dec 16, 2019 1:14 pm

tehyar wrote:
Divinital wrote: I am OCD and when I had the Quantum, the right side of the screen seemed as though it barely worked so I returned it
fyi: the right side of the screen thing is most likely due to a point of confusion on how thee ui is to be interacted with. There's a youtube vid where a guy goes through all of the UI issues. Most of the time when the right side doesn't respond, it's because you aren't supposed to be touching it there. The three blocks that come up next to the knobs are intended to only be touched nearer to the inside and don't respond to touch near the outside. It's fooled a lot of peeps into thinking it's got a dead spot - myself included.
I contacted Korg/Waldorf and they told me there was an issue.

User avatar
nolongerhuman
Veteran Wiggler
Posts: 735
Joined: Wed Nov 13, 2013 2:40 am
Location: Portland, Oregon

Post by nolongerhuman » Mon Dec 16, 2019 2:57 pm

tehyar wrote:
Divinital wrote: I am OCD and when I had the Quantum, the right side of the screen seemed as though it barely worked so I returned it
fyi: the right side of the screen thing is most likely due to a point of confusion on how thee ui is to be interacted with. There's a youtube vid where a guy goes through all of the UI issues. Most of the time when the right side doesn't respond, it's because you aren't supposed to be touching it there. The three blocks that come up next to the knobs are intended to only be touched nearer to the inside and don't respond to touch near the outside. It's fooled a lot of peeps into thinking it's got a dead spot - myself included.
Unfortunately it’s definitely an issue. Mine has that problem and I’m now having to submit a ticket for it. It’s gotten more noticeable since I got it.

There are work arounds, touching the box and then using the knob nearest the box, but things like sliding through parameters is impossible to do even somewhat smoothly. The left side is totally fine, and completely different from the right side. On mine, the lack of sensitivity started about 1/8” from the edge and is not nearly a full inch from the edge after 7 months. I bought it new.

Divinital

Post by Divinital » Mon Dec 16, 2019 5:19 pm

nolongerhuman wrote:
tehyar wrote:
Divinital wrote: I am OCD and when I had the Quantum, the right side of the screen seemed as though it barely worked so I returned it
fyi: the right side of the screen thing is most likely due to a point of confusion on how thee ui is to be interacted with. There's a youtube vid where a guy goes through all of the UI issues. Most of the time when the right side doesn't respond, it's because you aren't supposed to be touching it there. The three blocks that come up next to the knobs are intended to only be touched nearer to the inside and don't respond to touch near the outside. It's fooled a lot of peeps into thinking it's got a dead spot - myself included.
Unfortunately it’s definitely an issue. Mine has that problem and I’m now having to submit a ticket for it. It’s gotten more noticeable since I got it.

There are work arounds, touching the box and then using the knob nearest the box, but things like sliding through parameters is impossible to do even somewhat smoothly. The left side is totally fine, and completely different from the right side. On mine, the lack of sensitivity started about 1/8” from the edge and is not nearly a full inch from the edge after 7 months. I bought it new.
Getting off thread rails here but on mine it was most notably proven using the performance XY pad, which undoubtedly should act consistent across the entire pad. I set the snap to center on when the pad is not being touched.

The left side worked perfectly fine, really nice actually. The right side, using the exact same pressure profile, would snap back to the center and then back to where my finger was many times a second as I slid my finger top to bottom, even a few millimeters from the very edge when having tested the left side right on or close to off the edge and it functioning perfectly fine.

User avatar
onthelees
Wiggling with Experience
Posts: 434
Joined: Tue Oct 15, 2013 2:41 pm
Location: Portland, OR

Post by onthelees » Mon Dec 16, 2019 9:05 pm

inoshi wrote:can it do acid?
Wouldn’t be my first choice, nor probably in my top 5.

tehyar

Post by tehyar » Tue Dec 17, 2019 3:01 pm

Saw mention of a editor/browser/patch manager in a few of the release articles. Don't see anything of it on the official website. Anyone seen news of it?

User avatar
REwire
Super Deluxe Wiggler
Posts: 1959
Joined: Fri Apr 04, 2008 5:30 pm
Location: Los Angeles

Post by REwire » Tue Dec 17, 2019 5:50 pm

I've been watching the bottom of this page to see when they finally release the librarian.

http://www.ashunsoundmachines.com/hydrasynth-key

They will not make an editor but also made it hard for anyone to do by using proprietary Sysex that can't be output to Midiox

User avatar
onthelees
Wiggling with Experience
Posts: 434
Joined: Tue Oct 15, 2013 2:41 pm
Location: Portland, OR

Post by onthelees » Tue Dec 17, 2019 7:30 pm

I have what appears to be a bug - would like to hear from other owners. I cannot turn off the reverb for any existing patch. I can set the mix to 0% all day, but the reverb is still there, no matter what I do with settings, or how I move the mix control. If I INIT a patch from scratch, it works fine, but... I have to create a new patch to get no reverb. Although the reverb is fine, If I am laying down tracks I prefer the synths dry as I have tons of plugins and most sound better than the built-in reverb. When I play live, I want little or no reverb as the house will apply it and it just muddies the sound. This is quite debilitating at the moment.

User avatar
Shakespeare
Wiggling with Experience
Posts: 311
Joined: Fri Feb 02, 2018 12:32 pm
Location: Clinton, NY

Post by Shakespeare » Tue Dec 17, 2019 7:31 pm

Got my desktop today. It sounds terrific. And as plenty of reviewers have stated, it's built like a tank.

Any concerns about whether it can manage bass duties are, as far as I can tell, unfounded (though one might prefer a dedicated real analog depending on taste or application).

Plenty of the presets are silly, of course... I imagine they are there to give you ideas of what the machine is capable of, rather than to be musically useful. But who cares about presets anyway?

Haven't had time to do much in terms of real editing... and sadly won't for a few days. But even in just a quick (hour-ish) test drive, I was able to get into playing with plenty of the voice parameters without cracking the manual. Feels pretty intuitive.

User avatar
Shakespeare
Wiggling with Experience
Posts: 311
Joined: Fri Feb 02, 2018 12:32 pm
Location: Clinton, NY

Post by Shakespeare » Tue Dec 17, 2019 7:37 pm

onthelees wrote:I have what appears to be a bug - would like to hear from other owners. I cannot turn off the reverb for any existing patch. I can set the mix to 0% all day, but the reverb is still there, no matter what I do with settings, or how I move the mix control. If I INIT a patch from scratch, it works fine, but... I have to create a new patch to get no reverb. Although the reverb is fine, If I am laying down tracks I prefer the synths dry as I have tons of plugins and most sound better than the built-in reverb. When I play live, I want little or no reverb as the house will apply it and it just muddies the sound. This is quite debilitating at the moment.
I'm not seeing this issue... I'm having no trouble setting the dry/wet mix to 0% for patches, depending the patch either by going into the menu under the reverb module, or just with the master controls.

User avatar
Nelson Baboon
droolmaster0
Posts: 9954
Joined: Sat Nov 28, 2009 11:26 am

Post by Nelson Baboon » Tue Dec 17, 2019 7:45 pm

Mine has been out for fedex delivery on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and now today. Each day it gets updated to "no scheduled delivery date available at this time".

I have had several other fedex packages, and this has happened to every one of them. On the truck for delivery, then the delivery gets cancelled. Day after day after day.

I have already told Sweetwater to mark in my account NEVER to use fedex when shipping to me.

Post Reply

Return to “General Gear”