samples reader Synth , dedicated to "vintage" 60s, 70s and 80s sounds. Hammond, Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Clavinet, Mellotron, Moog, Prophet, Jupiter, Juno and more...
61-key keyboard (real piano touch). 2 wheels (pitch and modulation). Jack connectors (2 sets of outputs Main and Sub), footswitch & pedal. Headphone jack on front. MIDI in, out and through.
Intgr effects, rhythm : read-only 16-track, and all filters from Proteus.
Polyphony : 64 notes.
First of all, I will Tempra prcisant that has only 24 hours I use it ... I will put my mind day after months of use qq!
A Premire view, the interface does not seem trs ergonomic like everyone else, I started to throw myself on it without reading the manual ... t and I unable to activate the squenceur and arpeggiator, for example. Navigation in diffrent banks is sound, her, trs clear.
The manual looks relatively clear, but there again, I expect to have one step back ... prciser
[Edit on 06/10/03] It is now just over 3 months that I use, and in fact it's not rocket science to use ... Simply, there must be a lot of features that I do not, in fact ...
The key: the sounds!
Recording Musician actually praise this month, and I fully agree, at least for the sounds that I know well: the Rhodes is there mprendre the B3 rev is good, m me if the number of presets is a bit limited the DX7 is very well made also. For the Wurlitzer and Clavinet, they are instruments that I know that on disk, so it's more difficult, but they seemed plutt convincing.
Similarly, the sound analog synths (Moog, Prophet, OBX ...), trs are impressive, even if I am unable to say how they approach the original I've never manipulated.
The SETTING THE VLOC plays a role to the prpondrant and MRIT probably spend a little time: the possibilities are obviously vast trs!
As indicated above, this is really a review "hot" in the euphoria of dballage cardboard, and without even matriser possibilities of the craft.
It is above all the sounds that sduit me, and all particulirement electric pianos. The possibility of edition seem many, but we need to look at the instructions to explore all possibilities. In this price range is the only formulation hardware for this type of sound that exists, and the price seems quite reasonable!
I forgot to prciser the instrument itself is of good quality, with Casing in mtal, srigraphie a "vintage" the most beautiful effect, as do rotary knobs. The buttons, however, are a little cheap, too bad.