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what the Micro synth does better (at least for me) is to reproduce the
souns made by old analog synths, such as the rolad SH series and others, in
a limited but cool way.
combined with a īrang and some delay unit, you could very well imitate an
old bass sequencer,some awesome analog sweeps by strumming all your guitar
strings (if thatīs what you play), and to make some bowed sounds.
there have been some discusions about distorsion here as well, where
of the loopers use the MS to distort, cool as well :-)
At 07:50 AM 26/11/99 -0800, you wrote:
>--dear list: what does the microsynth sound like ? would it be better than
buying the waldorf filter if you are a sampler/synth user. How about for
getting bass tones. I know the have a bass synth too. but what caant the"
micro" do in this realm.
>On Thu, 25 Nov 1999 19:49:47 Tiktok World HQ wrote:
>>I'd say $500-800 for a Microsynth is "absurd", $250-300 is "pricey".
>>on this, I'd expect EH to sell a 16 reissue for in the ballpark of $600.
>>>Subject: Loopers-Delight-d Digest V99 #462
>>>Date: Wed, Nov 24, 1999, 10:32 PM
>>> I don't know about this. the Microsynth was selling for $500-800 used
>>> right before they brought out the reissue. While it's not 100% the same
>>> it sells for $250+ new now which is very reasonable relatively
>>> the 16 second delay now goes for over $1k all the time. A $250-300
>>> tag would be fine by me if they do it.
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