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Dave Smith Instruments Mopho Keyboard
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Dave Smith Instruments Mopho Keyboard

Analog Synth from Dave Smith Instruments .

Public price: $879 incl. VAT
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«  Excellent »

Publié le 11/26/10 à 00:42
All has been said before.
Monophonic analog.
Publisher free download especially useful for sequencing. Use with

UTILIZATION

simple.
Some problems with the sequencer (Live8).
Transition to the system 1.2 of synth thanks to the publisher but
impossible because the midi cable via usb (sysex data speed probably).
Manuel simple but adequate.

SOUNDS

3 x 128 sounds.
As usual with the presets it depends on taste
but the interest lies in the design and sound
it's really good.
Expression and aftertouch especially excellent.
The finishes are good synths.
The sound differs from plugin (predator, massive TWIN2)
especially with the 4-pole filter and resonance.
The sequencer is excellent.



OVERALL OPINION

Used for 2 days.
Beautifully.
Excellent value for money.
Finally a synth with character, sound and look
(He must love the yellow)
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