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Old 18-10-2014, 12:08 PM   #41
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I was personally thinking about getting a shruthi 1 at some point, but it seems kind of overpriced for something you build yourself.
I have one of these. It sounds great. Really great.

But you're going to want an editor for it, because trying to use its tiny little LCD is like slowly peeling off toe nails.

I think it's good to have for the experience of putting something together yourself, but it's not going to make or break your production. If you want some hardware get a little analogue synth like the brutes, MS20, doepfer dark energy, or a sub phatty if you want to spend up big.

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Old 18-10-2014, 01:05 PM   #42
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I have one of these. It sounds great. Really great.

But you're going to want an editor for it, because trying to use its tiny little LCD is like slowly peeling off toe nails.

I think it's good to have for the experience of putting something together yourself, but it's not going to make or break your production. If you want some hardware get a little analogue synth like the brutes, MS20, doepfer dark energy, or a sub phatty if you want to spend up big.
I'm willing to spend a decent amount if I can find something that does stuff you most certainly can't do with software. Right now I'm actually thinking about building an ambika instead, because it doesn't end up that much more expensive if you part it out yourself. At least I think so, I haven't looked up a parts list yet. Or I could part out the shruthi 1 myself and make it dirt cheap. Dem cases though. I'd have to have one of the metal ones.

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Old 18-10-2014, 03:14 PM   #43
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I think it's good to have for the experience of putting something together yourself, but it's not going to make or break your production. If you want some hardware get a little analogue synth like the brutes, MS20, doepfer dark energy, or a sub phatty if you want to spend up big.
I know a new cheap hardware synth or some RE's wont make or break my productions, I was just contemplating between the two so I figured I'd see other's thoughts

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I know a new cheap hardware synth or some RE's wont make or break my productions, I was just contemplating between the two so I figured I'd see other's thoughts
Why not both? There's this RE for modular synthesis that looks pretty cool. Both pieces are like 9 dollars each. You could probably make just about any synth you ever dreamed of with that, and have enough left over for some fun hardware.

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Why not both? There's this RE for modular synthesis that looks pretty cool. Both pieces are like 9 dollars each. You could probably make just about any synth you ever dreamed of with that, and have enough left over for some fun hardware.
Well yeah, the real plan is to have both eventually lol just trying to decide which one I can do first.... which RE you taking about? DO you know who makes it havent seen this one yet?

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it's just called a-series, there's an a series 1 and a 2. [Only registered and activated users can see links. Click here to register]

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