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bubbles
post Tue 15 Mar 2005, 01:19
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Has anyone had the opportunity to play this kybd? It looks like another winner from him, but I have yet to see one.
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post Tue 15 Mar 2005, 02:55
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I just can wait too…
Fortunately, the french distributor is a very good friend smile.gif

Now I can look at Evolvers rolleyes.gif wub.gif
(I waited for a knobby to death interface, it has now)


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post Wed 30 Nov 2005, 04:52
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Yes and have one now. It is a very nice keyboard. Sounds great, has an interesting architecture and, for me most importantly
I find the design to be very musical. It is an instrument meant for performing electronic music which is very nice. What I mean is, for instance, the Roland V Synth XT is a wonderful sounding box as well but to me it's design seem to lean towards sound and track construction. The functions that allow you to import various samples and such are not, to me performance features but rather studios sound design features. Since I am not foremost involved in sound design but rather a player, I really dig the PEK. Also, the inclusion of analogue and digital oscilators opens up interesting and great sounding possibililties.

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post Fri 10 Apr 2009, 11:05
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I have a further question.
I'm also looking to buy an analog synth, but I heard a lot that the "new analog" synths (little phatty, DSI MEK,...) are way to much controlled in terms of sound, which makes them sound flat in contrast to old analog synths that were voltage-controlled and less stable. It was stated that older analogs had much more "character", that they sounded more like a real accoustic instrument, and so on..
I wonder if you can compare to this about the Dave SMith Mono Evolver Keyboard. It's a keyboard that interests me VERY much, but I'm a little unsure if the "basic sound" of it is as fat and moving as the older synths..
For example I had a Little Phatty from moog, and I had the immpression that every sound that I made out of it sounded the same in a way..that's what meant with the "flat sound". it's so perfectly constructed, that the character is gone...

Can you give me some insights on this about the Dave Smith MEK?


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Yes and have one now. It is a very nice keyboard. Sounds great, has an interesting architecture and, for me most importantly
I find the design to be very musical. It is an instrument meant for performing electronic music which is very nice. What I mean is, for instance, the Roland V Synth XT is a wonderful sounding box as well but to me it's design seem to lean towards sound and track construction. The functions that allow you to import various samples and such are not, to me performance features but rather studios sound design features. Since I am not foremost involved in sound design but rather a player, I really dig the PEK. Also, the inclusion of analogue and digital oscilators opens up interesting and great sounding possibililties.

If you want to know more feel free to aks.

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