dsi pro 2 vs moog voyager

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dsi pro 2 vs moog voyager

Postby corndogssg » Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:05 am

as i just found out that old dave smith has again made another mono synth, (paraphonic)

can't help but think that it's gonna be the main competition for the moog voyager.
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Re: dsi pro 2 vs moog voyager

Postby tomorrowstops » Fri Jun 27, 2014 4:56 pm

My experience with modern Moogs and DSIs has been apples and oranges. Two very different sounds. They work super well together, so owning both a Voyager and Pro 2 should be the goal!
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Re: dsi pro 2 vs moog voyager

Postby Kenneth » Sat Jun 28, 2014 10:14 pm

I think Dave was trying to target potential buyers of the Analog Four/Keys from Elektron, actually. Doesn't seem like the Pro-2 and the Voyager have much in common at all.
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Re: dsi pro 2 vs moog voyager

Postby meatballfulton » Mon Jul 07, 2014 4:22 pm

The Voyager is an easy target. Mod routings were never a strong point of Moogs.

Still, plenty of folks will balk at buying anything without VCOs.
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Re: dsi pro 2 vs moog voyager

Postby moremagic » Fri Jul 11, 2014 4:36 pm

meatballfulton wrote:The Voyager is an easy target. Mod routings were never a strong point of Moogs.
not their keyboards , bt thats prety much the whole point of moogerfoogers

Still, plenty of folks will balk at buying anything without VCOs.
this is true, but the last synth of smiths those folksd look at is the T8, right? ;-p
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Re: dsi pro 2 vs moog voyager

Postby SeventhStar » Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:45 am

moremagic wrote:
meatballfulton wrote:
Still, plenty of folks will balk at buying anything without VCOs.
this is true, but the last synth of smiths those folksd look at is the T8, right? ;-p


I would think that would be the P5, P10 or Pro One. The P600 and T8 have digital EGs which make them less desireable to the die-hard VCO-VCF-VCA guys, who seem to prefer analog EGs so they can get those smooth sweeps and no stepping.

And, of course, the VCO CEM3394 Traks, Max and Split, which are for the poor people who can't afford the others, listed above, yet still want VCOs.
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