otto wrote: The P'08 is a programmers synth with lots of modulation capabilities and the unique "analog style" sequencer. That said it is not a basic synth with a large sweet spot. I think talented programmers could get most of what they want out of a P'08 but if your looking to just get on and have that prophet sound, it just isn't automatic. In fact the P'08 has it's own character sound that is sizzly for lack of a better description. And it is capable of a lot of tricks the vast majority of vintage synths are not. Also, simply stacking voices on the P'08 creates a lot of thickness.
wrekkstylz wrote:I think I've only heard a few decent samples ever come out of prophet. I haven't really been impressed with most of the demos I've come across. I'm not a big fan of the prophet. If I had money to blow I'd probably buy one to see what the big deal is but I wouldn't expect to be amazed. I think that synth is more for people that are fans modular synths, useless sounds, listen to tangerine dream, and have NIN sticker on the back window of their Datsun.
Jinsai wrote:I'm sure you have reasons for wanting VCOs over DCOs, but I think you're limiting yourself unnecessarily.
Donovan_Juan wrote:I think the question that no one has really addressed is what they actually use their synth for. Those who have Prophet 600s and like using them - what kind of music do you use them for and what parts? Likewise 08 users - what do you use them for?
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