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Average rating: 3.3 out of 5
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Oxtragon a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
I´ve had one but sold it. Didn´t quite like it at all. Much to weak, slow envelopes and sluggish filters. As long as you don´t tweak it´s filters it can sound somewhat like a 303 but ones you start tweaking anyone can hear the differense. I do own the real thing so I know what I´m talking about. Still, for it´s price it´s not that bad. I also know that Infected Mushroom use one so it can´t be useless, right? :)

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-27-2001 at 02:43
squidpop a professional user from Landodubya writes:
Robert Tangistrango, or is it Dr. Penultiphuc, or Donnell Bentalltosheet Duc? I am lost here. What kind of site is this anywha? Fat with an eff? Something serious amiss. Dismiss all strands of tangental sgnals. We all need direction. And a perpil ten hinch erection. Escape detection. Refute inspection. Eat your reflection. Then engage in regurgitection. No need however for genuphlection. As long as you are genuine. Then spell it Fat and we'll remain fine. Here's a hanky. Stop yer crine. I don't know if I'm Ive's or Prine? Music angular and X streamly depht. Write me sum sounds bout a leetle red epht. I could be Miles or maybe J. Giles. I ain't found that Note in a quinterectional while. Been spending too much time hunched over yer predilection? Thaz ok, pump it to perfection. Good Golly, Robert, Im all adrown in a sea of MIDIphied vection.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-26-2001 at 21:49
Robert Tangent from Neptune writes:
Dear Dr Penustangle,sorry I mean Tingtangle,... stop starting & start stopping. I suggest that you further study your '250 in 1' tandy electronix kit. When you have figured out how to light up that 1.5v light bulb, you may pass intellegent comment.


Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Monday-Mar-26-2001 at 20:29
bill bertrude a professional user from London writes:
This is great is cheep about £100 new now and sounds great realy cuts through the mix - should use some effects and its killer.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-22-2000 at 05:01
adam buteux a hobbyist user from UK writes:
OK OK this is not the greatest piece of kit. But its cheap and the filters are good on other stuff.

I have been using one for about 2 years now at the studio where i do most of my work. The bases are not the deep and warm - very waspy and a bit thin. I prefer to use it as lead type thing. What would make it better would be a sine waveform.

If you can find one s-hand and have some good effects its very useable. But don't expect a lot.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-29-1999 at 06:19
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