I agree with that as well.....I think sometimes the GAS becomes more important than the music to some of us. We try to accumulate things so we can brag that we own X,Y, and Z synths. Having those synths isn't necessarily going to make you instantly good. You need to know how to use what you have to find out what you need.th0mas wrote: I have this stuff to make music not to covet.
If you can't make something work in your setup after working with it for a long time, then by all means get rid of the thing. I had a Nord Lead 2 for like 6 years. I liked it well enough, but I couldn't get what I wanted out of it in my mixes. After trying and trying, I think it only ended up making it into one track. So, I decided to get rid of it. No use taking up space with something that I don't need. I have friends who really wanted a Lead 2, and they thought I was crazy for getting rid of it. But if it is just sitting there collecting dust, what is the point of having it?