s**t, I just got back from selling my DP/4 to a local synth-enthusiast.... Got 250 euros for it at least - plus I got to play a Korg PS-3300 and a handful of other insanely rare synths (research modulars are f**k awesome).CfNorENa wrote:Well, if your experience really is similar to mine, then you should hold onto that DP/4+! After getting to know my Rumour better, I'm really loving it for all the things that attracted me to it in the first place: very clean sound, very musical, very easy to navigate. But in playing more and more with it, I've realized that what I should get to complement it is something that is just the opposite: something "wilder," more "processed," lo-fi/grungy, deep/complex, etc. etc. And after researching this, I came to the conclusion that for under $500, the DP/4 was actually the ideal box for these purposes! So I've decided to hold onto it. I don't think I fully appreciated it until I got something else of a very different flavor...Dubersive wrote:Well, I jumped on it. The seller lowered the price again, and I couldn't pass it up. Hope my experience with it will be similar to yours
Now I need to sell my DP/4...argh.
DP/4+ & Rumour is a KILLER combination for well under $750!
Will probably be hanging out with that guy more often
Oh well. I figured that the Kurzweil Rumour would satiate my reverb needs, and I can later add a Filterbank 2/OTO Biscuit plus a Mangler into the mix when I have the money. I've already promised that I'll be spending that 250 on X-Mas gifts...so I'm past the point of no return I guess.