Moog Slim/little Phatty vs Voyager RME

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Re: Moog Slim/little Phatty vs Voyager RME

Post by GuyaGuy » Thu Jun 02, 2011 5:57 am

Solderman wrote:Use the 2 pole filter on the SP and you should be able to at least approximate those first two sounds. I can't remember if I used feedback for them, but I may have had something in the Mix Insert path. The last three, probably not, on a SP. FWIW, I've not heard about common problems with the keyboards on Moog Music synths.
Yeah, don't judge all LPs by a GC floor model.
It's not that the LP's keys break. They just don't feel nice--thin and a bit clanky.

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Re: Moog Slim/little Phatty vs Voyager RME

Post by PreemptiveWhack » Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:30 pm

GuyaGuy wrote: Yeah, don't judge all LPs by a GC floor model.
It's not that the LP's keys break. They just don't feel nice--thin and a bit clanky.
Problem is there's really nothing else to go by in terms of hands-on test driving :/ I'm in the Boston area and guitar center is really all there is in terms of music stores with a good selection of synths to try out, thats why I ask you guys for your opinion lol

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Re: Moog Slim/little Phatty vs Voyager RME

Post by TheKeytarist » Sat Jun 04, 2011 12:44 pm

Oh how I know the felling... nearest guitar center is about an hour away from me, and sweetwater is at least 2 hours... why oh why?
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