Dear Synthy Santa

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by premieklovn » Wed Dec 09, 2009 11:52 pm

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by OriginalJambo » Thu Dec 10, 2009 2:22 am

Stab Frenzy wrote:There is a lot of stuff out there that is functionally close (FR XS, various modulars, M5N, Dark Energy, Evolver, etc) but doesn't have the 2600 sound. We should be thankful for them and use them to their limits instead I think.
Oh yeah, the M5N is a beaut!

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Now that's what I'm talking about.

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by clusterchord » Thu Dec 10, 2009 6:21 am

Dear Synthy Santa..

i've been a good (middle aged) boy.. please bring me the following, if you possibly can:


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okay.. okay... if it's too much, just scrap the first two wishes.. and make sure she comes with a nice bikini.. Image
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jupiter · oberheim · prophet · sh · moog · andromeda · ppg wave · vs · waldorf · yamaha · eii · casio
rhodes · solina · acetone · eurorack · system100 · förster · lexicon · eventide · space echo · svc350 etc

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by tekkentool » Thu Dec 10, 2009 10:16 am

dear synthy santa.


bring back the neuron. only this time for 2 dollars.

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by StepLogik » Thu Dec 10, 2009 5:05 pm

I think I'm going to get a Dark Energy for xmas this year. I've yet to find a good analog mono that I really, really like and I think the DE might be it.

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by matia » Thu Dec 10, 2009 6:49 pm

premieklovn wrote:Image
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HA! nothing a good weekend can't fix. ;)

I'll revise my post.

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by Synthaholic » Fri Dec 11, 2009 4:13 am

All I want for Christmas is to win the lottery so I can quit my job and play with my toys and synths full-time.

But while I'm dreaming... how about playing talent? Of course, if I won the lottery, I would have time to take lessons and practice.

And of course, winning the lottery means having money to buy more synths, and a bigger house to put more synths in. :)

But, if it's Synthy Santa we're talking about... I would like a Pro-One, a CS80 and an OB-X. If not, I'll settle for a Jupiter-8. :D
Two VCO: thanks to the push rods, one can choose several forms of waves at the same time!
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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by mao » Fri Dec 11, 2009 10:39 am

Dear synthy santa,

I'm really tired... please please please... I need TIME. Time to play what I have... time to share with my wife... time to sleep... time to see my mother and help her... time to play with my nephew... time to LIVE... but... wait... synthy santa I don't mean I want to loose my job !!!

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by hageir » Fri Dec 11, 2009 6:25 pm

God damn synths and money :(
Elektron MnM & MD UW, DSI MEK & Prophet REV2 16 Voices baby!, Ensoniq VFX & ESQ-1, SE-1X, Korg MS-20mini, Polysix, SH-101 (red), 707, CR-8000, KPR-77, PO-12, Yamaha C1 Music Computer, Synare PS-1, FX, mixers, some more stuff..

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by Eric55 » Fri Dec 11, 2009 8:23 pm

Dear Santa,

I would like a keyboard sampler (Ensoniq EPS?) with a resonant filter. I've been good!

Eric

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by Computer Controlled » Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:03 am

Dear synthy santa, please bring me one or more of the following:

Crumar Spirit
Monomachine
Pro-One
MS-20
SH-7
Bubblesound uLFO
MacBeth Modules and/or M5
Monorocket Lexicon Eurorack Case
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Drum Machines:
TR-09 . TR-8

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by factual35 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 2:18 am

premieklovn wrote:Image
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You know what's up man. 8-)

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by crystalmsc » Sat Dec 12, 2009 7:18 am

Dear synthy santa, I want a Korg KO2 (kaossilator 2) with a lot of pattern memory in a flash RAM, KP-3 goodness (pad, usb, midi and a card slot to store samples). If possible a rechargeable battery, from the unit.
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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by tekkentool » Sat Dec 12, 2009 8:47 am

crystalmsc wrote:Dear synthy santa, I want a Korg KO2 (kaossilator 2) with a lot of pattern memory in a flash RAM, KP-3 goodness (pad, usb, midi and a card slot to store samples). If possible a rechargeable battery, from the unit.
you're forgetting the crotch massager

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Re: Dear Synthy Santa

Post by Synthaholic » Sat Dec 12, 2009 4:25 pm

Oh... and Synthy Santa... you don't have to send me an OBX and a CS80 if you would rather send me 3 or 4 of those newfangled SEMs that Tom Oberheim is making, those will fit down the chimney easier.

But I still want the unlimited free time to play with them. ;)
Two VCO: thanks to the push rods, one can choose several forms of waves at the same time!
(from a Babelfish translation of a Jupiter-6 site)

Yamaha: Motif XS6, TX802 Roland: D-550 Alesis: A6 Andromeda

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