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  1. Yeah but ms2000 is a classic and it’s the same engine. It doesn’t sound weak, just unique.
  2. this may not actually be worth the money.
  3. I love my ms2000. Microkorg never captured me due to lack of one knob per function
  4. Ok it sound like a comb filter to me. Mmm
  5. The cycles is the closest thing they’ve done. I hope they add some more machines to it. I will always want a monomachine... ...but some nice parameter locked patterns on the cycles gets you pretty close.
  6. man these are so cool. Totally fresh aesthetic for me that I really agree with.
  7. Those cross braces are so chaotic and beautiful. I love the look of furniture that looks like you built it by stacking up wood planks on elder scrolls oblivion. its crazy how easy we have it with portable table saws and stuff. One can mill down the parts for those Maris in 30 minutes.
  8. If anyone still wants to talk about carpentry, I’m self-employed and do framing and finish carpentry. i started by building my own studio furniture 8 years ago and just kept adding on skills from there.
  9. I think cycles might be the winner, which I kind of already decided before I started this thread. I would LOVE a d05 but they seem hard to come by. sorry if I wasn’t clear but I really just wanted to poll y’all. I have a cycles, and it’s probably the best thing for the price by far. It’s honestly cooler than the DT.
  10. Yeah I have a cycles and it’s freaking crazy for $300.
  11. Forgot to add, should be poly. Cycles is mono but has 6 voices so yeah I don’t think it’s the same as a mono synth. I have plenty of synths reaching up into the $2500 range, this thread is not about saving up for something better, it’s for what can be had for that price. person I’m getting it for used to have a Roland gaia, which is a criminally underrated synth from before the digital synth boom of the late 2010s. Roland has since gone in a terrible direction imo.
  12. Qualifiers are: A. You need to be able to make patches on the synth itself, editors don’t count B. Could be a stand-alone synth or a groove box, as long as it has synthesis. C. I envision most people are using gear alongside a DAW, so something that has audio over USB would be a consideration. D. $400 max the two that come to mind for me right now are the reface CS and a model cycles. Both are super cheap and can do a ton of stuff. Honestly if I had to pick one cheap piece of gear, it would be cycles, but something like a CS would be really cool to just have as a quic
  13. I would get an Apollo or RME if I could. For now I just need a good ADA for my pro40. The Uli ada8200 is out of stock right now
  14. Trouble with resonators is I find they are all pretty obvious and samey. I use them on almost every track, but it is hard to graduate past the general sound of positive or negative feedback with a dash of band pass filtering thrown in. on the subject though, ableton’s physical modeling synths and corpus also use a very similar algorithm. I use corpus A LOT with a midi side chain, and map several parameters to envelope followers and LFOS, then usually really tame it with some transient smudging stuff.
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