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moremagic wrote:why would you need multitimbrality on the dx7 of all things, given how you can make one patch sound so completely different across the kbd? :-p
Cos more of anything is better
Multitimbrality is just a cost benefit, it allows a single instrument to do the work of two or more.
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calaverasgrande wrote:Why does that crab have a hamburger falling out of its butt?
It's funny, but everyone says that. It actually has an extended body, kind of like a lobster. I'd love to walk one of these down the street on a leash just to see how quickly the sidewalk clears.
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meatballfulton wrote:Multitimbrality is just a cost benefit, it allows a single instrument to do the work of two or more.
multitasking is the ability to screw up more than one thing at a time.
Is multitimbrality related?
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