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Average rating: 3.4 out of 5
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Alistair Wilson a professional user from USA writes:
Funny I just submitted my Jupiter4 review near Nick Rhodes' and I was just thinking how well the Performer and the JP4 compliment each other. This synth also has that meaty sound. Beautiful warm synthetic strings. As for 'brass' I don't know why they call it that. It makes a great bassy sweep. I think that this thing even makes for great leads! To me, the bottom line is that feature-wise, it's limited, but usage-wise, it's so versatile. Performer strings are anything but cheezy.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Jun-18-2001 at 16:13
Snowcat a hobbyist user from Universe writes:
Much Crumar Performer stuff on the new AWAKEN album: "Party in lyceum's toilets". Check out our site :

The Performer is a GREAAAAT synth for its strings.

Traders welcome! (this is independent distribution)


Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-22-2001 at 07:20
kevon a hobbyist user from CR,IA writes:
my crumar was a hundred bones and I bought it for my first analog fix. A friend of mine had and OPus III so we were gonna record Moog and CRUMAR style. It is limited compared with the Moog/although it is easy for a beginner. It sounds much better with fx added/ delay, distortion,phaser ect. A solid first synth, I did however break a slider knob of carelessly, thumbs up to this cheap, almost indestructable keyboard that maintains it's dinosaur image

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-16-2000 at 23:32
Aaron a hobbyist user from Detroit writes:
I picked the Performer up at a garage sale for $80. dollars. It was a great find. What I like most about the Crumar Performer is the subtle variations in tones, from smooth to abrasive. I have it running through an old zoom effects processor and into my sampler with some amazing results...

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-22-2000 at 14:34
Cosmonaut a professional user from Saturn writes:
Let me start by saying, I love this synth. It's simplistic in nature. There are only 3 different tones you can pull out of it, but there is a nostalga value there that cannot be beaten. It is reminisent of some of the very first synth's ever made in the sixties and seventies. Easy to use and manipulate tones. It's a true analog synth tubes and all. Even with it's limitations, I'll stand by this one

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-11-2000 at 17:05
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