analysis wrote:load the korg sounds onto the indigo
or somehow play the indigo using a korg sound via midi or something and be able to easily change between the korg and indigo
or would i be best to just have the two of them on stage and alternate between them depending on the song?
analysis wrote:ok, thats disappointing.
how does the Virus C compare with the Virus TI?
I just need to connect one of those to a midi controller right? ...and then i can play that with the virus sitting on top and edit the sounds using the virus, right? i dont like to incorporate computers into my music because i want to be able to play it live with out a computer.
i dont want a big keyboard like the TI Keyboard and im not a big fan of the look of the Polar (im a graphic designer so im really anal about things like that)
thanks for your help.
analysis wrote:is there any other similar sounding synths out there that i could consider?
preferably one with plenty of knobs like the Indigo and preferably one that i could still buy new (or at least easier than the Indigo 2)
im into writing dark, moody and sometimes gritty stuff.
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