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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Jeff a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Great moog sounds, programmability, C/V in/out. The source is a blast to mess around with. I'm looking for a sequencer/anything to plug into the source and make it bleep and bloop all over the place. I want nice basslines from this thing. The sequencer is cool but doesn't do much. Please let me know of anything. Would a Roland MC202 or TB303 work? Thanks

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-05-1998 at 04:27
mike z a professional user from u.s.a. writes:
WOW WOW WOW !!!! i just came back from a friends house who is selling this synth.....TO ME NOW ! :)

man,this thing just blew my head apart.i couldn't belive THE SOUND this baby was pumping out.i never seen/heard one before a few nites ago.i'm amazed more people don't rave about this moog.you always here about the mini/prodigy etc. but not about this one very much. i'm really blown away with the sequence/arpegg.sections- what a blast.i can't wait to get this thing in my hands. i'll post again after i get to tweak this pup for a few weeks. FUN FUN FUN

mike z

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-20-1998 at 02:59
Chris Haertel a part time user from Germany writes:
I love this synth. _Smooth_ sounding and ballsy at the same time. Wonderful programming interface: touch a membrane switch and the continuous controller knob is instantly active. Sixteen-patch storage. Programmable arpeggiator, sequencer, Filter sample & hold, pitch sample & hold, and auto triggering make it extremely flexible for ambient work (with DIN-syncable everything for you technoheads). Real flashy looks.

This is definitely a perfect live synth. Only quibble I have is that the arpeggiator is not transposable; but then, the sequencer is, so...

Also, I hear that the touchpad is virtually unreplaceable should it break. So a little care is in order.

Oh, and did I mention?: I _love_ this synth.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:46
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