Korg doing an proper analog synth?

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Re: Korg doing an proper analog synth?

Post by ray parry » Fri Aug 31, 2012 12:49 am

did u get the minibrute deccard?

had my first play on a monopoly the other day. thing was a beast, would love one.

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Re: Korg doing an proper analog synth?

Post by deccard » Fri Aug 31, 2012 1:10 am

no dont have a minibrute. its not available here. i like the sound demos alot...but i guess that has to wait. the plan is getting me another moog pedal first and one or two wiard modules.
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Re: Korg doing an proper analog synth?

Post by nakoradiomies » Fri Aug 31, 2012 5:23 am

well yeah i do agree that there is enough new monosynths..
but new poly analogs are super expensive.. i can´t understand who will pay 700euros? from tetra with only four voices innit
for that money you can still get way better synths from secondhand market

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Re: Korg doing an proper analog synth?

Post by hydrogen » Fri Aug 31, 2012 7:43 am

nakoradiomies wrote:well yeah i do agree that there is enough new monosynths..
but new poly analogs are super expensive.. i can´t understand who will pay 700euros? from tetra with only four voices innit
for that money you can still get way better synths from secondhand market
Totally agree with that one.
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Re: Korg doing an proper analog synth?

Post by sorgenkind » Fri Aug 31, 2012 12:38 pm

you can have a legacy hardware old vintage classic synth for that money
but it comes with 30+ years old component, which will eventually fail on you, or need recap to sound up to specs, etc etc.
buying new stuff can be tricky (made in asia, cheap labour, cutting corners here and there) but you have new electronic component which should last some years.... at least when buying form some respectable brands.

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Re: Korg doing an proper analog synth?

Post by nakoradiomies » Fri Aug 31, 2012 1:53 pm

well yeah you are right on that one, but the thing really with the older ones that you _can_ still fix them by yourself..
but i´m not continue this polysynth discussion anymore because i already have shitloads of them in my studio ;)

just wanting to get something cheaper for my live rig than carrying an sh-101 around..

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Re: Korg doing an proper analog synth?

Post by jackbrazzo » Wed Sep 19, 2012 2:05 pm

well yeah you are right on that one, but the thing really with the older ones that you _can_ still fix them by yourself..
but i´m not continue this polysynth discussion anymore because i already have shitloads of them in my studio

just wanting to get something cheaper for my live rig than carrying an sh-101 around..
Get the Minibrute.

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