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Dr Nursers

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I'm saving up for mine. I was a little misty-eyed when it was finally time to ship the review unit back. I think I'd be happy with a PEK and a rack... or two.

 

I always like to think of the Evolver stuff and the Andromeda as where synths might have gone much earlier if the DX-7 and affordable samplers/ROMplers had never happened.

Stephen Fortner

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Originally posted by Stephen Fortner:

I always like to think of the Evolver stuff and the Andromeda as where synths might have gone much earlier if the DX-7 and affordable samplers/ROMplers had never happened.

Interesting observation, but its all good! :thu:

 

And congrats on your new purchase!

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Originally posted by Stephen Fortner:

I always like to think of the Evolver stuff and the Andromeda as where synths might have gone much earlier if the DX-7 and affordable samplers/ROMplers had never happened.

While I myself have a serious overlapping of all things rompler, I definitely don't think the proliferation was a bad thing. It taught me a little about arranging & orchestration. That said, I am definitely thinking of selling a few pieces & getting a nice rack of analog.

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Heck, ROMplers certainy were not a bad thing! :) I was just observing that if we hadn't had that development when we did, the market may have tried to take analog a lot farther earlier on.

 

Of course, the Evolvers have a digital wavetable section too, and that's based on samples (albeit short ones).

Stephen Fortner

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Former Editor in Chief, Keyboard Magazine

Digital Piano Consultant, Piano Buyer Magazine

 

Industry affiliations: Antares, Arturia, Giles Communications, MS Media, Polyverse

 

 

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