somebedroomdj wrote:So it comes down strictly to sound.
pmh wrote:It is always good to have a Synth which you can use downstairs, whilst the good lady is watching something on the television.
Swayze wrote:To the OP, after spending some quality time with the micro, you were wise to pick one up.
It's a fantastic synth and with your mini, they'll make a killer combo. I like mine so much I'll probably be looking for a good deal on it's big brother now to. Such a great sound and extremely flexible, Arturia really hit it out of the park with these.
mini + micro does not equal a 2 vco synth because you can't detune them by more than a semitone or something like that.
there are arguments for getting both, but it makes more sense to me to use something that covers different ground.
fwiw, i'm planning to get the micro, mainly because:
1) it can sound like 2 oscs pitched a fifth apart
2) you can use CC values from a sequencer to change the hidden parameters (don't need a computer).
3) it has pitch modulation for making drums and basses with a hard attack
i'll miss the noise and extra lfo, but the 3 things above, plus its size, means micro beats mini for my needs.
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