« Attaching a synth and atypical. »Publié le 09/09/08 à 04:36
Quasimidi manufactured by a German company has now disappeared.
Checks are complete, the keyboard is flexible.
For the rest of the specs, see below.
The basic sounds are fun but not today, of course, since this monster show 10 years on the clock. You turn the knobs or better, we enter the bowels of the beast.
It is silly to be offended by the lack of editing features because it is only in appearance. It is entirely possible way back through the menus to program sounds from A to Z.
Ach, I had the manual was in German at the start, but recovered later on the Net in French (bad) and English (more accurate) by a friend.
Sounds of Sirius are dated very basic, very cliché.
It may well draw sounds good today as it is a synthesizer, not a sound module fixed. The effects are decent.
I suggest you view these two videos to get an idea of what can be learned when you know how to use a synthesizer.
https://www.youtube.com/v/nuUuF9vZ5cM&hl=fr&fs=1 [/ video]
[video] https://www.youtube.com/v/8LgCxDqjCtc&hl=fr&fs=1 [/ video]
I had Sirius for a year and have been very useful to me. In combination with the Rave-O-Lution 309 of the same brand, a TR-707, a Novation BassStation effects and some hardware (pedal Moog filter, distos Boss, TC reverb, ...)
The Sirius is a great tool, underestimated and misunderstood. In very good condition and well used, you will have to ensure an excellent synth pads and basses or leads on components.
I love this synth. Maybe I would reiterate one occasion.