visceralvoids wrote:I have read that the Gaia is actually inside the V-Synth and now the Jupiter-80.
That has more LFO options than JP engines.
really? i got a chance to play one at sam ash a little while ago, and i wasn't that impressed with the way the keyboard feels. i much prefer my virus TI. it did remind me of the fizmo keyboard in a good way though. a little chunky. might be a different story once you bring it home and get used to it i guess...Stab Frenzy wrote:I would say the major selling point for the v-synth is actually the incredible interface. The keybed is amazing to play, the aftertouch is really responsive, the real time controllers and how you map them to parameters is great. The fact that they're controlling a great synth engine is the icing on the cake.
Pro5 wrote:thanks anyway, am not putting it down as said - am genuinely interested. I guess it's the kind of synth you have to own and see for yourself everything it can do before knowing if it's for you or not.
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