cash to spend...
tom.adam at thebigear.be
Fri Mar 15 18:18:51 CET 2019
I've tried the polyevolver years ago. I liked it a lot, but couldn't
afford one at the time. WHat would a second hand go for these days?
The MatrixBrute was on my list, but voted against it as it sounds too
similar to my modular. But I've listened to some more demo's today and
I have to say that it does have some nice sounds coming out...
On 13/03/2019 23:52, Tony Scharf 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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