Synth to buy
mengualjeanphi at free.fr
Sun Mar 19 11:49:08 EDT 2017
Do you searah for a hardware synth? not software?
Le 19/03/2017 à 15:21, John G. Heim a écrit :
> I have two Tripletalks, one for home and one for work. I have no idea
> how complicated the driver is. But the synths themselves have held up
> well. They seem very rugged. I've dropped one or both several times. The
> only complaint I have is that the little rubbery feet on the bottom
> dissolved over time. They got real gummy and sticky and I had to peel
> them off. At first I thought it might have been the heat from the
> computer itself but when I got the second, I was careful not to put it
> on a warm surface. Same thing. So that was weird but no big deal.
> If I ever have to buy another synth, I'll probably try something else
> just to try it. But I've been happy with the Tripletalk.
> On 03/19/2017 03:41 AM, Okash Khawaja wrote:
>> I'm looking to get a synth to help with testing the different patches
>> locally. So looking for the one with relatively complicated drivers.
>> That's the only criteria I can think of. And of course the price :)
>> Thanks in advance.
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