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GEM Equinox 61
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GEM Equinox 61

Workstation from GEM belonging to the Equinox series.

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mahtg76 mahtg76
Publié le 07/21/06 à 16:22
See opinion for Previous CHARACTERISTICS BMOL only the tiny screen and relatively slow ...

UTILIZATION

Apart from the problem of slowness of the screen has nothing to say once we have understood the logic runs GEM ca ...

SOUNDS

To the sound is enough to make tablecloths and synth sounds are gniales (a la Vangelis, also the piano despite the various criticisms that can be read on the net on this subject (I have just buy a fantom xa DSOL but the piano and the equinox sounds better in my opinion. for the rest of acoustic sounds (flute and sax notemment) against it by means.

OVERALL OPINION

Why this synth is underestimated? frankly I was in the hands of several synths (D-50, Korg X-3, Roland XP - 30, Korg Tr Rack, Fantom Xa) and I must say that the equinox would largely the road ... In short, thank you GEM.
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