This box full of buttons is a formulation of sequential circuits prophet 5, which was marketed between 1978 and 1984. Creamware initially grows through this virtual accumulation is now sold by Sonic Core. It takes the interface of the Prophet 5. Here is a rsum of caractristiques: Synthse idem Prophet 5 (+ a few welcome additions on the famous POLYMODE and the presence of an effects section). It is polyphonic 6 notes, 12 in unison mode for large lead standards. You can connect via USB and availing oneself of a midi interface UNESCORecords (IN OR THROUGH). <span style="font-size: 8pt; line-height: 12pt; font-family: verdana;">It comes with a software module to grate your presets or accder configuration pages that supplmentaires do not exist on the Prophet 5).</span> <span style="font-size: 8pt; line-height: 12pt; font-family: verdana;"></span>
It's synthse "virtual analog" but is used as particularly true because it reproduces very Respectfully the Prophet 5. If you already have a touch Prophet 5, you'll find your reflexes IMMEDIATELY.
It is really very good. He knows how to make very beautiful tablecloths, powerful leader, FX hell ... Creamware thank you and Sonic Core for giving us such a beautiful formulation.
I use it for 1 month. For those looking for the sound of the Prophet 5, they can break their pig opportunity to buy a 2500 or choose the PRO-12 which sounds a hell of a lot more reasonable price. Sound on Sound has devoted an essay to be read Retailer: https://www.soundonsound.com/sos/may06/articles/creamware.htm