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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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alexander a professional user from germany writes:
i use my technosaurus microcon with the technosaurus cyclodon and synchronize it with a yamaha rx5-drummachine. that´s all i need playing live. phattest sound i ever heard.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-31-2000 at 11:58
enz32 a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Just picked this up yesterday, from a guy who only had it for 6 days. It's a great little analog mono synth, as well as an effects processor. It works kind of weird , but it's cool as hell when it works. I love this synth because it's straight forward and simple. No MIDI, presets and all of that other stuff to get in the way. Of course, it has CV and gate sockets, so you could add a CV/Midi box , or control it from another older synth. It's cheap too. They run about $265. It even has a matching sequencer, the Cyclodon for the same price.

I've spent hours with this thing already, running my old Casio PT-30 through it. Man, the Casio sounds like a new instrument. Great little box. Go get one before everybody and their brother does....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-29-1999 at 23:06
Markus a professional user from Mannheim (GER) writes:
These machines are very nice for experimental and acid music because of the analogsequencer (CYCLODON). The MICROCON (Synth) can be played by the CYCLODON only via CV/Gate, so you need a midi-to-sync-converter. I use my TR-707 for that job (Sync). It`s really nice to play with those machines because the sounds are more than just a 303. With the LFO and Suboscillator on board the MICROCON is really bad and sounds tweaky and crispy. They`re the smallest machines on earth. KEEP ON TWIDDLING!!! Infos:

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-08-1999 at 18:01
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