Speaking of Digital.
batzman at apanix.apana.org.au
Thu Jun 1 19:28:57 CEST 1995
On Thu, 1 Jun 1995, Michael Zacherl wrote:
> Hmmm ... I don't know how much's an arm and a leg but it certainly isn't
> It looks like a true analog synth and feel's like one ...
> It contains an embedded 6833x chip, and a 56002 DSP managing 4 (12 w/
> Voiceexpansion) voices.
> I think the price covers the assumable high development costs, i.e. the
> quality of the brainware. I never heard a digital synth sounding that rich and
> living (IMHO).
Humm sounds interesting. Is it available in a 19" rack version? I need
another keyboard synth like I need a second anus. Actually 5 years ago I
probably would have actually ventured out of the studio to go and have
a look at one. This year it sounds like too little too late.
Do you ever find that technology is 5 years behind your needs? And in
another 5 years time these will probably be the treasure you pick up at a
garage sale. I mean what's a used SynClav worth these days? Anything?
But then again I still think the DX7 and it's family is the hottest synth
since the VCS3. And it's almost stable too.
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