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- Thu May 03, 2012 2:42 pm
- Forum: General Synthesizers
- Topic: G. Numan drops wise words - old vs new - blahblah
- Replies: 96
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Or better yet, play the songs differently --perhaps even completely different-- than the studio cut. If I want to hear the record, I'll put on the record. I always feel a little cheated when I go to a show and it sounds exactly like the album. I haver created hundreds of click tracks for bands and I...
- Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:42 pm
- Forum: Buyer's Guide
- Topic: Greetings, newb with a few general questions/seeking advice
- Replies: 38
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I learned on a TS-12 and i thought it was pretty easy. That big screen with the 6 soft buttons made it pretty easy.
Ashe37 wrote:If you're just learning, the TS-12 is not a good synth to learn on. IF it can import sounds for the VFX series, you'd at least have a lot of presets to work with...
I would love to have a CS-80 or a MemoryMoog, especially the Moog, it is just so cool looking. I have just never been able to bring myself to spend $2K or more on a synth. (-: So like you, I probably won't ever afford any of these. Although a PPG wave may be tempting enough to break the barrier for ...
Hi all, I'm a long time keys player and just coming back to these great machines. I love vintage keyboards, particularly the classic american synths, and more recently I have been getting back into my old Japanese stuff. I love rich analog polysynths; I have never really been into mono synths. Here ...