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Anonymous
Publié le 12/02/09 à 09:41
Nothing to say on it that has already been said ...

UTILIZATION

Less intuitive than that, you die ...

The manual is clear sounds simple, but ...

Nothing is the same. It would be a machine that English would be more ac surprising.

Forget your reflexes, everything you know. Please visit my new walk away from 0. Even the DX 7 seems simple to side.

Planning for months and months of familiarization.

SOUNDS

Given the difficulty of creating a sound, difficult to give an opinion.

In terms of factory sounds, and contrary to what many are saying is good but not great. The effects are very typical and a little dated.
The synth sounds are all alike, on the same model and with the same character.

Brass vomiting.

String of very good standard.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months. Not for long.

The facts are there: all my time trying to figure out, I could make music instead.

A sound specialist will find his happiness by spending hours and hours, the possibilities are endless.
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