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Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Victor a professional user from belgium writes:
Great synth with massive sound creating ability

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-11-1998 at 05:17
Voltron Technology from Nethelands writes:
Just got it Love it the sounds you can make are the best. Now I know where they got that sound on that track....; )One of the best synths EVER to be produced from America

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-10-1998 at 05:40
kristofer ulfves a hobbyist user from umea, sweden writes:
The best synth you can program without knobs on it. Extremely user-friendly! Along with SCI Sixtrack and some other the only multitimbral synth of the 80ies with real analogue filters.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-30-1998 at 17:30
exxosphere from FRANCE writes:
This one is a very "sexy" synth. First of all, even unplugged, I love it because it looks eighties, and it's impressive the quality of construction of this synth. For instance, the modulation wheel is a delight to use, and it's important what you got under your fingers, I think it influences the way you play. The keyboard is my favorite one among all my synths. Of course, not so good to play Chopin, but fast, somewhat elastic, well sized, good for me !! But the most magnificent thing is the screen. Have you ever seen such an alien's screen ? In the night.....Oh my god ! The sequencer is a nice notepad, I was positively impressed by all the simple but professionnal features it has to offer. The multitimbralness is godsend, not to much to play your consumer's GM stuff, but rather to stack layers. The sound ain't extremely dynamic, and this synth tends to make dirty sounds sometimes, U don't really know why, even with halfway resonance or less... Anyway it allows a tremendous variety of experimentations, has a *lot* of modulations, and if U spend some time and energy, U will find jewels. This synth belongs to one of those disappeared species U don't really know a lot about, but when U hear'em screaming distorded sounds far away in the jungle cos' they've lost their family, U start crying too.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-27-1998 at 16:01
gurgel a part-timer user from the north pole writes:
I would say that this i a very good syntheziser indeed. This is a much better buy than an Juno-2 becuase it is eightvoice multitimbral(altough the synth itself has only eight vocies) It has no effect, the sound is a bit "dirty" but it is so good, easy to program and a very analouge sound. This is the synth that skinny puppy used om many track (think of the intro of testure) And Adamski used a lot on his first album. If you like hard electronic sounds (Electro/breakedance, Skinny puppy, Acid house, techno stuff) this is the synth for you.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-26-1998 at 15:09
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