Yes, but the bigger the company is, the harder it is to move in a new direction (even if it's an old direction). Think about how long it takes for a new form of communication or technology to take hold. AT&T has been dying a slow death for over a decade now, desperately trying to hang on to their ancient infrastructure. They were one of the last to accept that cellphones were the future.vin14 wrote:I'm not going to request anything, like it would help! However it wouldn't surprise me if they jump on the bandwagon. After the sucess of the Minibrute and the impending success of the MS-20 mini, a new SH101 would be my guess. At the end of the day these companies exist to make money.
Couple that with the fact that (this has been said before) Roland seem like a company that is bent on the future, so I can see how it would be counter-intuitive for them to revive something from the past, while also being very hesitant to halt in their tracks. I just don't think it would make sense to them. I get the real sense they have a fairly different ethos and philosophy from Korg. Korg seems still tied to the original mission of its founder, and still in contact with its original designers. Roland?
And how come no one's asking Yamaha to resurrect the CS family? And also this...is there any product Yamaha does not make?