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Re: inexpensive synth
On Wednesday, February 9, 2011, mark francombe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 1:29 PM, Buzap Buzap <email@example.com> wrote:
>> If you want uncompromising sound, get your favorite analog synth.
>> For "aggressive, gritty", why not simply a Virus?
> Well quite, since there is a Virus out there, why bother making
> another synth ever again!!! I mean, nothing can ever be different or
> better, its just not possible is it, just like music really, its all
> been done before hasn't it?
> FYI, that 2 minutes video sounds nothing like a virus! OK, a few seconds
>>If you're looking for an inexpensive solution, get a usb keyboard with
>decent action and some synth so...
> What a boring world we live in... thats the solution for everything
> Yesterday I was watching TV and saw a car advert that had the "James
> Bond - Man with the golden gun" stunt in it... I remember when that
> film came out, there was a cool buzz at school about how the guy that
> did it had got paid 1,000,000 dollars, and that it had all been
> calculated precisely, and when the stunt happened in the film, there
> was a cheer in the cinema I went to... Yesterday the stunt was (no
> doubt) performed by a computer... Yawn... Next... a 3D animated
> dancing tea-bag, Next, a talking cockroach!
> Can't we have something real occasionally? and leave the computer for
> stuff that NOTHING else can do?
> ...and many MANY pro keyboardists would not risk a laptop, and
> software on a tour. I remember My Bloody Valentine huddled around a
> sampler in a rack with the manual open, scratching their heads and
> that was a hardware sampler!!! With all the headaches that come with
> hard-drives, drivers, usb cables, and software just not working, its
> gonna be along time before that solution really is viable.
> mark francombe
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