asteroidgirl wrote:Hello is this thread still open?? I'm stuck between a MM6 & a x 50.. I'll post the questions I saw on the first page here.
oh, i also need a 61 keys, and pref not a heavy heavy synth... so i can carry it around. i'm torn between mm6 & x50... i heard mm6 is more geared towards classical-ish and korg more of a electronic-ish. but what i'm going for is a electro rock-ish classical-ish...... =_=;; so..... hmm... help?
extinent wrote:I have a pile of money and bend alot of sounds into music or beats but mostly I go from one channel to the next to cut a beat with various synth like devices.
I however have leaned away from a lot of software and want something I can get tangled up something that will constantly keep me enthralled regardless of price, I was aiming at a dark energy product but I'm not so sure
when i think "regardless of price" i usually don't tend to think dark energy, BUT from what i've seen the dark energy looks very apealing. it's more of a no cords fairly basic-ish budget awesome sounding monosynth. if you have alot of cables and you want something that can keep you enthralled regardless of price why not consider an arp 2500, or perhapse a .com studio 110?extinent wrote:I however have leaned away from a lot of software and want something I can get tangled up something that will constantly keep me enthralled regardless of price, I was aiming at a dark energy product but I'm not so sure
stillearning wrote:While I certainly understand these rants, I would be happy if people who want "which synth..." advice would simply include enough info so we can help effectively and efficiently.
1. What is you budget?
2. What are you into? (music, sounds, etc)
3. Live, studio, or personal home use?
4. Level of synth expertise? (beginner, intermediate, etc)
5. List what gear you already have.
There are times when I think "which synth" type questions are the best way to get an answer from people who own and use these things on a regular basis. It's a lot of money for some people to spend. So, do your homework, read all you can, try one in a store if possible, and if you still can't decide, go ahead and ask! If I was a "newbie" reading this thread, it would scare me out of asking anything at all!
Ned Bouhalassa wrote: I learned so much more by playing with all these synths than months of reading about them here and elsewhere. Nothing beats trying them out in person. :
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