ttwo of them I already got, the third Im still saving up for
1 - Korg microkorg [Vocoding, noise, light pads,]
2 - Roland MC-808 [control, strings, square sounds, Flute sounds, choir pads, TB-303 emulator, MC-202 emulator, lots and lots of pads..., sample playback and drums]
3 -Access Virus TI desktop [SH-101 & jp-80x0 sounds, hyper saws, hyper squares, Formant, wavetable, filtering drums, ARP ARPS AND MORE ARPS!, kitchen sink... ]
I've mastered my microKORG to the point I can recreate sounds I think of with it, I love vocoding with it and its been a blast to use! fun to play out fast 16-64th step basslines on it =), who needs a controller for that?.
I just got the MC-808 and are learning to love it, the more I tinker with it the more in love I fall with it! I'm definitely going to expand its memory and use it till it dont power up anymore.
as for the virus.. I long to play with one in my studio, just from tweaking and playing with it at guitar center I absolutely adore its sound! the pads, the multi-timbrel arpeggios, the leads I can produce on that thing make me quiver in joy. to one day master it would be nice thing to have =)
Ashe37 wrote:I find it funny that you're a guitar pedal snob and yet don't own a single analog synth.