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#8139 - 01/16/05 09:34 AM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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Hey AJ, you posted that same resopnse or one simmilar, on one of my posts over in the Yamaha Discussion.

Anyway Let me know.

Paul

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#8140 - 01/20/05 12:47 PM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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A great begginers synth - MICROKORG or Alesis MICRON . Analog modeling , no crappy samples , CHEAP ! Lots of features packed in those things .

Paul , of all the digital boards you bought and then sold because you don't like the lack of control , the Triton LE wouldn't make you happy either . You are an analog guy , nothing wrong with that . If you want something new - MS-2000 , Alesis ION , Microkorg , Alesis Micron . Cheap ! Save Money Good , Ug Likes !
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#8141 - 01/22/05 10:23 AM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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So what your saying is don't get the Triton le? I don't think it was lack of control, although I may have said that, I won't deny that. It was trying to find the right synth, plus trying to get out of the one track state of mind. Plus trying to find the type of music I want to play and create. Which is New Age/world/Asian/african/Nataive american.

Don't get me wrong I still love analog synthesizers. I just thought that the Triton Le would help me in my creativity and achieving my goals in music.

[This message has been edited by Paul-61 (edited 01-22-2005).]

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#8142 - 01/22/05 10:52 AM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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Well , if you need samples for your music , then you may need it . If you don't , then I wouldn't get it .

What about the Juno-D , it's a sample playback synth and it's even cheaper than the Triton LE .
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#8143 - 01/22/05 11:03 AM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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Actually I was thinking both, analog and digital.

Yea, I know but I feel the Triton has what I want, plus I prefer KORG's sounds to Roland's.

I have never been too impressed with Roland as I have with KORG.

There is the possiblity thet KORG will eventually stop production on the Le and the price will drop tremendously.

[This message has been edited by Paul-61 (edited 01-22-2005).]

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#8144 - 01/23/05 01:53 PM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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Hello, sexy! Ok, only a decade more or so, and we can start picking these up second hand for peanuts.



-tek

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#8145 - 01/23/05 03:40 PM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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uh! Picking up what for peanuts? tek:

Sorry but I don't see a pic?

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#8146 - 01/24/05 01:46 PM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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Do you have the latest Internet?

-tek

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#8147 - 01/24/05 03:16 PM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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Since Tek is in photography I'm pretty sure he'll post the picture in about ten years from now
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#8148 - 01/24/05 07:51 PM Re: Looking for a beginner's synth
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I don't know what I have? tek:

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