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- Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:50 pm
- Forum: Synth Shootouts
- Topic: Roland JX-3P vs. Alpha Juno 1
- Replies: 7
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Although the JX-3P and Alpha Juno may have somewhat similar designs, they excel at different tasks in my opinion. The JX-3P has a bright, "liquid" sound to it. In my opinion its sound has more similarities to the Roland Juno 60 and Juno 106 than the Alpha Juno series has to them, although as a two-o...
Actually, you could have a problem. As electrolyte capacitors get old they dry and leak. The fumes that are created as a result are toxic, and if there are several electrolyte capacitors drying and leaking or you sleep in a room full of such synthesizers it could be a health hazard. Another thing wo...
- Mon Aug 16, 2010 6:43 pm
- Forum: General Synthesizers
- Topic: CEM3340 No Longer Available At Doepfer
- Replies: 12
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Hmmm... I wonder if filter chips with different qualities will be used as replacement due to compatibility in the future.
- Fri Jul 16, 2010 8:55 pm
- Forum: Buyer's Guide
- Topic: DX7 and korg wavestation: worth it, or outdated?
- Replies: 3
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In my opinion a lot of hardware FM synths don't sound the same as software FM synths. I don't know why, but if you compare a patch on a DX-7 to the same patch loaded in to FM-7 there's a noticeable difference. I don't think it's because software can't emulate all of the nuances of the DX-7, being a ...