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Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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vincent a hobbyist user from nl writes:
i can only say this is a super powerfull machine! you have a true analog mono-synth and analog filters! this is what makes this machine sound like nothing else! the o.s. is still in development (currently at v 0.97) but this is in no way a problem, mayne even a plus, because now it is still possible to figure this thing out, while if you have to learn @ v.1.0 you'll mabe experience a somewhat steep learning curve. this is just because this machine is so powerfull. everything can be tweeked, and the signal-path is fully routeble in any way you like! so you could send osc-1 trough the filterbank, than back to the fx, to filter section and out to main, or direct 1,2 or 3,4 or a-synth direct out. while you use osc-2 for a completly different signal path, same with osc-3 and 4. the sequencer is very flexible and powerfull too, while the timing is rock solid! there is not a pc or mac edditor available for making these sounds, i think the former reviewer was confused, there is a sample-import programme, and the usb-port makes it possible to hook it up to your computer,and it will be recognised as a hard drive.... nice! although it is still a work in progress, it is already by far the best groove-synth-beat production machine around! it sounds just so full-fat-analog-jummy with a great sequencer and full filter-bank (!) to boot. i'd recommend this machine to everyone who is willing to spend some more money on something truely unique. 5/5 !!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-09-2006 at 09:07
N8 a professional user from Los Angeles Ca. writes:
I have seen Jorg work this beast at the 2006 NAMM show. He is one amazing person and has a great work flow mapped out on the Spectralis. Easy to use and intuitive.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-13-2006 at 02:09
fizmo a hobbyist user from Canada writes:
For myself this id the first all-in-one production tool thats got it right. It has 4 stunning synths (1 mono analog, and 3 polyphonic dsp), and 11 seperate drum parts, a sampler and an anaolgue filter bank!.

The only down side to this amazing instrument is the small display window (they have a p.c. editor, but not a mac editor, as of yet), which makes it a little difficult when your editing the analog oscillators(26 subpages).

It's like having an mpc and a nord modular rolled into one package. There just isn't enough room on this post to describe what it can do and how much fum it is.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-14-2005 at 17:24
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