The V-Synth is nowhere near as popular as it should be.masyst wrote:But the Roland V-synth has been popular... Do you think it's because Roland already have a name?balma wrote:Always is hard for some innovative/prototype or radical products to find a place.
Like the FIZMO.
Also the Hartmann Neuron. Is a shame that such a cool idea like the Neuron ended on that way.
Or very ugly synths.....
the Akai AX 80 is a cool one. But it lacks the massive amount of sliders of its smaller brother the AX 60, and it had a strong competence with the JUNO synths on those years.
You can sometimes find them second-hand for $700, which is what it's worth as a controller, never mind the powerful stuff it can do with samples, the extensive mod options, the innovative control mapping and the decent effects it's got on board. You still see people who don't know what you can do with it even after they've owned one for years (I had one for four years before I used the step sequencer. ) as evidenced by the number of people who think you can't use it multitimbrally.