Don T wrote:That said, I've done some heavy-duty audio path upgrades in a Yamaha SK-15, and a Korg Polysix. In the Polysix, the change was quite noticeable, giving the sound a bit more "life" (better response from the filters, and a less constricted sound from the oscillators).
shaft9000 wrote: my tech also replaced the tuning offset on the old keyboard to an LFO control w/ jacks out.
Don T wrote:For me, it depends on the synth, and which parts of the synth you choose to upgrade. I usually won't mess with something that is actually generating sound, but I experiment sometimes with audio path upgrades.
madtheory wrote:You can already cut holes in walls with the XPander, so I would think there is not much room for "improvement"!
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