Synth Site: Clavia: Micro Modular: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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DJ EXTRALIVE a professional user from NEW JERZZZZY USA writes:
THIS BABBY IS ILL I MEAN ILL NO MATTER THE TYPE OF MUZIC YOU ARE MAKING THE MICRO DELIVERS!! I'VE ONLY HAD IT FOR A WEEK AND ALL READY I'VE ABANDON MY OTHER BABBY,THE "VIRUS" DONT GET ME WRONG THE VIRUS IS FUCKING R.A.W BUT CREATING SOUNDS WITH A SYNTH THAT HAS NOLIMIT AT LEAST WHEN IT COMES TO "OSC/LFO/AND EFX IT MAKES CREATING SOUNDS A HOLE NEW GAME BUT IF YOU FIND THAT MAKING A PATCH IS TO HARD AT FIRST DOWNLOAD SOUNDS THE OTHER USERS HAVE MADE AND STUDY THEM. I FOUND DOING THAT WAS EASIER THAN READING THE OWNERS MANUAL. PS. I FOUND OVER 7.000 PATCHES SO FAR AND THATS ONLY FROM 1 OF THE 20 LINXS AT SYNTHZONE.COM

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-10-1999 at 04:43
Roy a part-timer user from Netherlands writes:
Ladies and Gentlemen, this is IT! All you will ever need is this baby, some sampler (with FX) and a sequencer. With this set up you can make any kind of music, and it sounds good. You can even use the Micro as a compressor, limiter, excitor, etc: for short: Mastering! This is the one synth-does-it-all... (even sounds great!) I don't have a sampler yet, so I am condemed to use my other gear (among which: AN-1x, Pulse, JV1080) for "normal" sounds, and the Micro for the Freaqy sh*t. Don't get me wrong, it does "normal" sounds as well (XLent DX piano's and Basses). If you buy this baby, make shure to take a couple of weeks of from work to really get to know it. It's the only way to make full use of it (if you ever can...) Greets!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-09-1999 at 06:18
Concept e25 a hobbyist user from France writes:
I got it for a couples of day now, and i think it's a bargain !! I sold my MKS50 to buy that little red box, and really it worth it ! The micro modular can be a lot of things : bass line, lead, fx, vocoder but also a nice FX unit (external filter ....). It sounds good. Filters are amazing, but the resonance is maybe ..too strong !!! becarefull with your ears. The packaging is ok, it's a small metal box, very small (about SU10 size). The main problem with the micro modular is the need of 2 midi interfaces : the editor needs a stand alone interface, and you have to know that sound cards interfaces are not good enough for it! (not stable enough) For the price, you won't be disappointed ! Ho, just a last remark : forget about the pads...Micro Modular 's got only 1 DSP, and polyphony is REALLY reduced (1 voices for most of the patch, 2 voices max in practical) If you need Pads, buy a 4 DSPs modular. i give a 4/5 !

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jun-16-1999 at 18:07
polyecho a hobbyist user from Thailand writes:
It's such a amazing little synth. Also very to use. Makes me stop craving for other synths cos I can patch those architectures myself now. Cons are non-multitimbrality, no reverb&delay, and the need of MIDI ports. I wish they come up with more integrated modules like TB-303 or nord lead module. Alhough that's not very modular nor its original purpose, it'd help people get the most of this wonderful synth. I would recommend this to anyone believe more in synth architecture than brandnames.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-13-1999 at 11:53
wayne a hobbyist user from england writes:
this sounds very nice,both as an fx box and a synth..loads of nice deep solid bass sounds,juno type sounds etc.. its not purely limited to one note,some patches allow 5,it can run sequences,arppegios,loads of stuff, the editor updates the machine very quickly....try the patches out in a shop,youll be impressed...

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-15-1999 at 17:34
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