cash to spend...
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Thu Mar 14 07:15:21 CET 2019
What I would do: Just spend it all on a new modular rig. Maybe get the full Behringer suite. They’ve definitely got something special in the Neutron/Model D/etc. And having all of them together in a rack would be neat.
Or maybe a Modal 00-something.
> On Mar 13, 2019, at 23:52, Tony Scharf <tony.scharf at outlook.com> wrote:
> If you want weird, find a used PolyEvolver. It will actually punish you if you try to make it sound ’normal’. The weirder you go, the better it sounds. Still got mine I bought in 2004, serial #15, and you all know how rare it is for me to keep gear. Only thing I’ve had longer is my Korg Prophecy (also an excellent choice for weird)
> Also, have a look at the Arturia Matrix Brute. I didn’t initially like it, but fell in love with it when I got to play it in a private suite at KnobCon last year.
>> On Mar 13, 2019, at 3:13 PM, tom adam <tom.adam at thebigear.be> wrote:
>> I've got some cash to spend so I decided to get something new.
>> Been looking at some synth currently on the market, can't make up my mind...
>> So this is my 'requirements' list:
>> - 2000€ max
>> - don't care if it's mono or poly, as long as the sound is awesome
>> - keys or module, don't care
>> - not roland brand (although I do like the JD-XA...)
>> - prefer lot's of knobs, or at least easy to edit
>> - should be good in : evolving, special weird, soundscape sounds
>> - don't care if it has pads, string, drum kind of sounds
>> - internal effects not a must
>> - Sequencer not a must
>> So far this is what already dropped of the list:
>> Peak: a friend has one, so if I need it I go play with it there. ALso, don't like the overall sound. Love the interface though.
>> Deepmind: played it, hated it, end of story.
>> Kingkorg / MODX / Korg Kross-Krome : not looking for this kind of synth
>> Per4mer and Analog4: they don't gel with me.
>> Currently the Moog Subsequent 37 is on the top of my list! I also like the P12, but not too sure about the interface...
>> There's the Rev2 and the Proloque both 16 voices, good interface, but they sound vanilla to me when it comes down to evolving, special weird, soundscape sounds.
>> So, what synth would you pick?
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