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lala

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  1. it gets faster till peoples brains melt
  2. ive been listening to demos. it really does sound nice. nails classic deep sound really nicely
  3. I would love to have a go on a sunsyn. I like jomox for being a bit crazy. wasnt the sunsyns pcbs hand made crazy things? it never worked properly but had a great sound from what ive heard
  4. The OB6 hasnt got the scope of the P12 - 1LFO, less envelopes etc. its a pretty basic keyboard to me. whereas with the 2/12 you can do an entire patch just in the synth, I.E saturation, wow & flutter, BBD, layer & split.. 4 envelopes, loadsa LFOs, amazing mod matrix and all controlled how you want The pro2 is so inspiring but its para & I would love multitimbral. its also got a very bitey sound so ambience just isnt as nice & i think the 12 is more bitey so im skeptical... Like this is just me trying to play the pro2: Maybe its just me but I love what it does, just super critical of the sound of it, I dont think it sounds the 'right' emotion. Maybe im just too self critical, ive always been like that Maybe the deepmind might be a good choice what with all the FX & lush Juno sound
  5. You are really right there, this certainly isnt the be all of distortions is it. No wavefolder/shaper like you said. The GC is great, ive got one & love its insanity.
  6. It really does sound nice doesnt it. I would really love something like the prophet-12 but with more of a lush sound. I love playing the pro-2 but always with it could be poly, and slightly nicer sounding, I would sit playing that for hours, just learn that instrument if there was a synth like this for a decent price. (I dont own a '12 & I like the music easel sound so much more)
  7. Donnacha costello uses a music easel... https://donnachacostello.bandcamp.com/track/ten-ton
  8. rytm sounds hench. Not only does it smack like a techno drum machine should, it has the energy of a 909 & for me thats all I need. its not slow & swampy like some 808-style sound, it plays very very well & 140-150 which makes me grin but yea, AH is a bit of a meh product. cool & that but for the money (jesus in pounds its a fortune) its a bit of a rich persons toy. they probably have a big boutique range of stuff coming out havent they. I hope we dont have to buy 5 units @£700-odd to get the new elektron. The A4 is priced really really well. seems a bit strange
  9. Lovely photos the last 2 pages.. Phones & even mid range DSLR are amazing in low light, so you can just use those really so tempted to sell my body for a new camera body
  10. maybe they'll be the first ones to use that new blue pigment
  11. Any other world problems needing sorting out? come to watmm
  12. Yeah I saw this! R.I.P. Quite recently there was a bit of buzz about some code for one of the old buchlas being put up online, so I think we will see something appear in that vein. I cant remember which it was but its a weird sounding one
  13. Yeah its propriety iirc. But c'mon, Roland buys those chips in the thousands, they cant be that expensive.
  14. I also feel a bit cheated when you look at multitimbral digital synthsof the past (Q etc) & the amount of polyphony they had compared to now. Especially the boutiques & systems. How much extra ££ to make them 8 Voices? bah At least with the DM its 12 voices & thousands of components. extra chips to up the system voices or whatever & its $1499? Oh its got a better keybed & some extra sliders
  15. I'm intrigued about the system-8 after hearing quite a nice 101 from the system-1. Its something I really need to try in a shop to see if I gel with the sound though. Ive also always liked the performance aspect of the Roland polys, they do nail that part very well, plus a nice split mode & they could have something interesting. I really dont want big airy smooth pad #93868792356 though I agree with you that the dm sounds nicer. $999 usd, thats RRP as well so can be had for cheaper - they have knocked it out of the park with this one havent they
  16. I really like the sound of this one, the unison sounds great, I dont own a Juno, did we have a price yet? im guessing its cheaper than the system-8 & all discrete electronics.... bit of a no-brainer for me.. Music group were very clever acquiring cool audio & Midas. I wonder what other synths behringer are going to copy be influenced by now?
  17. Which is why they should've done more of them during design and QA. All 303s are different. maybe their mother 303 was a really bad sounding one
  18. Yeah I just watched that bit, nowhere near as lively. Also, the accent is really loud & I heard serious DC offset in the other video
  19. yeah this one, the adsr. I think it sounds quite cool from initial listens but im on the laptop
  20. jesus. serious aesthetic fail going on there. who decided that was a good way for the one of the most iconic synths of all time to get rebooted into. Also all that real estate but tiny pots close together. :shudder:
  21. im talking 120-130bpm acid house/techno stuffs. Not to mention aphexs use of the 303 was very well done. Some I cant work out if its pure 303 or what but its dancefloor melting music for me. wasnt called the acid box for no reason
  22. man there is so many good 303 tunes.. but it depends what you like I suppose. 303 seriously has the funk
  23. talking of nostalgia, dont you hate it when you come up with a perfect chord progression and its been done before.
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