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offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2021-10-26 22:22 [#02613089]
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my first mixer was a very early 00's behringer. it was from
the dark old days when things were really spotty, and,
well... i still have it, but it does more scratching than
mixing.

it was cheap, it got me started, many years where any music
i listened to, went through that. but did not leave me
wanting more

i did not buy a single other behringer thing until the model
D -- and, well, it obviously looks chintzy compared to an
actual moog, but it's fine to use. i haven't had to update
the firmware or some shit; it's only hung once. sounds
perfectly usable. alright, alright, this is actually a good
value

the ms-1; harder call. i had a real sh-101 for years, and
the thing still shows up in dreams sometimes. i thot: unlike
the model d, i know the sh-101. it will bother me to
have it all plastic

one day, however -- off in a daydream; imagining subtractive
synthesis in my hed... and i lose focus when trying to move
sustain; whops. then i realize i've used cutoff and res from
the moog grandmother with... what is that? what? like the
way a dream will grab stuff, i just grabbed the ADSR from
the sh-101. like eight years since i used it and it's still
that soaked into my brain

so i ordered one. i have some minor gripes, but, overall,
there is nothing seriously wrong about it. even feels
less plastic-y than the real sh-101.

i loved that synth very much; selling it was like putting a
pet down. now i have a totally tricked-out one -- in red --
for $300.

would never buy their keystep knockoff -- i have the
arturia, thx -- but the ms-1, i think i am actually now
slightly a bit of a behringer fan?

[universe implodes]


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2021-10-26 22:26 [#02613090]
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i guess i would be pretty mad at behringer if i had a
significant chunk of my net worth invested in vintage gear;
lulz. but if not them, someone else would


 


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