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#264783 - 06/04/09 09:11 AM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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#264784 - 06/04/09 10:21 AM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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#264785 - 06/04/09 10:26 AM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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The drawbars look awful close to the keyboard...they should be a little further back, or raised up a bit...looks like it would be too easy to hit them whilst playing vigorously.

Otherwise, it looks cool.
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#264786 - 06/04/09 12:16 PM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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It looks Photoshopped...

My concern with that form factor would be... isn't that a LONG way to go from the keyboard to any of the arranger controls? It's hard enough to have to lift your LH from chord playing to get to an adjacent button, let alone what would, on most other arrangers, be right at the back of the panel...

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#264787 - 06/04/09 12:22 PM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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I agree with you on the form factor Diki. Those controls are a good ways away from the keybed when you compare them to the traditional (or average) arranger keyboard layout. The location of the drawbars (in their extended positions) is where you'd normally find your arranger controls (in either the left or right positions)

Maybe Wersi owners should write into the company (as this is a prototype) and suggest moving just the arranger controls to "underneath" the screen as there's a good open space there for them. That would seem a very logical place to put them if they want to keep the drawbars where the are currently.



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#264788 - 06/04/09 02:57 PM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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Why has no one thought of sticking wood veneer on beige box clone PCs before now? Genius!

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#264789 - 06/04/09 04:02 PM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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errrmm PA2xPro for example!!

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#264790 - 06/04/09 09:18 PM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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I wouldn't call a PA2Xpro a clone PC, Dennis, which is, I think, the point he was making.

PA2Xpro is beige, and has veneer, but is based on custom embedded chips, not a generic PC...

Mind you, Seamaster, before you start knocking the Wersi for being an overpriced PC, you have to show that you can easily cobble together the same combination of VSTi capabilities, sound generation, and especially easy integrated control over the whole thing. It's that last one that's the hard part. Making all this stuff fairly transparent to non-PC 'geeks' is a formidable task. I only wish there WERE some way to do this with a beige box with as little effort as Wersi have achieved with OAS. Not that that's ANY excuse for the obscene markup that commands, but it IS a consideration, IMO...

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#264791 - 06/04/09 09:55 PM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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Yep, fair enough Diki, good correction..I misunderstood his point. I thought he meant keyboards.

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#264792 - 06/05/09 04:19 AM Re: Wersi Pegasus Wings
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Can't help thinking that last image is a fake.

There's no height to the buttons and there's no way for the keys to press down. The size panels are also not the same as the ones in the other image. The shape is a different cut.

Chances are we are looking at a very poor 3D render here made from basic shapes.

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