Originally Posted by Praxisaxis
Likewise. I'm really enticed by the raw trebbly sound. If it sounds bright and harsh that's great. I can always get a minitaur to do the other stuff.
Thats one of the things attracting me to it, that its got that bright/trebly sound you expect from analog synths, that modern Moogs, specifically the LP, seem to lack.
Whats got me hesitant is its a software company and some of the demos have a similar sound to the arturia minimoog softsynths. Whether thats a credit to that software sounding like analog, or a discredit to the minibrute sounding like software, I haven't been able to figure out yet. Going to have to play it in person first I think. Thats the advantage of these new analogs right off the bat, is you can play them all in person at the store, vs trusting some guy on ebay for a vintage one and stuck going off demos on youtube.