Alesis Fusion or Juno G?

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Alesis Fusion or Juno G?

Postby KryonikMessiah » Fri Jul 25, 2008 12:17 pm

I'm trying to debate between the two. My current setup is a MicroKorg and a Roland SH-2 and a whole lot of softsynths, including things such as a Virus Indigo and all of Arturia's Moogs and the Korg Legacy Collection. I'm using Battery as well. However, i'm going to be able to spend around a thousand or so soon, and looked at these two. Which would serve me better? I do primarily electro-industrial esque things (think Suicide Commando or V.A.C.).

I prefer analogs, by far, and like to be able to control things in real time primarily.

Also, long time lurker, first time poster. I come here whenever I need help choosing, but this is the first time i've had to post the question. Thanks people.
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Postby crystalmsc » Fri Jul 25, 2008 1:23 pm

Hi Kryonik, welcome to the forum. Based on your current set up and music, seems like the Fusion engine and features would suit you better. It has more synth engines rather than a straight rompler.
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Postby Summa » Fri Jul 25, 2008 2:50 pm

Well, the Juno G/Fantom X Series have some synthesis abilities that goes beyond pure Rompler and typical VA stuff, like Ringmod/Booster (Waveshaping) Structures. Postfilterringmod and Waveshaping can be a pretty mighty tool when used properly...
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