MFB Dominion X

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Re: MFB Dominion X

Post by SWAN » Wed May 04, 2011 9:13 am

but what about that awful noise in the Soundcloud demo? The kraftzwerg also had a dose of noise in the signal path...

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Re: MFB Dominion X

Post by cheapo » Fri May 06, 2011 10:52 pm

maindeglorie wrote:Um... doesn't the Dominion have memory? I was sure that it did. Hence the display.
as far as i know from sequencer.de it has patch memory, yes... for me a feature, that takes it above other similar products. makes it a nice small live synth!

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Re: MFB Dominion X

Post by GuyaGuy » Thu Apr 18, 2013 12:46 am

Anyone end up getting one of these? In demos it seems to be great for aggressive leads and bass. How does it handle softer tones like Moogy flutey tones, soft pads, etc?

I'm mostly asking because the Dominion 1 has caught my eye. There probably won't be user reviews of that any time soon so I was hoping for Dominion X reviews since they seem to be closely related.

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