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Published on 03/18/04 at 01:38
5 octave dynamics and aftertouch. Pitch modulation and enjoyable to use.
Not bad its limited edition but not when using the PC Editor
But the production quality is superb. Super solid chassis, keyboard trs enjoyable.

UTILIZATION

No knobs to ship direct from four sliders ... a little by the synth Exceeds current level. Luckily there is a good editor PC

SOUNDS

Sounds dynamic sounds enjoyable without reaching the summits.
Piano EP: although no claim of competition (Roland and Emu)
synth lead: bo but lack of expressiveness since no filter in real time ditable
organ: the assi nice but the dire Leslie
pad: superb
string: Excellent
Percu: trs good many EHJV

OVERALL OPINION

This synth is a good basis for trs who wants a good frame with good sound. It can serve as a small basis set. His successors seem to have the audio portion amliorer (Qs6.1 and QS6.2)
I think that sounds just limited by the lack of expressiveness crativit. But the dynamics are and then it got a question ..., O)
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