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wow zillion looks pretty cool, now anyone with no music talent can make up awesome synth riffs!
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what i liked of the Zillion was the capability to do live midi reversing in time, a feature that i found only in the yamaha an200 (i think the dx200 got this too)...if you know other machines do that tell me please...
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I was just thinking that I'd like to hear the jp4 arp swinging. I imagine that it's possible.
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The Zillion seems like a fun tool. Might have to pick one up.
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