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6th September 2004
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anyone tried the new arturia synths for PT?

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if they are as good sounding as the native ones (minimoogV, Oddity,...) then they are the best sounding softsynths ever made.

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Just FYI - I heard a side-by-side comparison between Arturia's Minimoog and Creamware's Minimax. The Minimax, without question, "creamed" Arturia's.
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I've got the modular and the minimoog I'm not sure if they're the best soft synths ever or whatever the TAE claim is, but they have a very distinct sound and are capable of serious bigness ( in soft synth terms ) but I'm a guitar player what do I know ?

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Just FYI - I heard a side-by-side comparison between Arturia's Minimoog and Creamware's Minimax. The Minimax, without question, "creamed" Arturia's.
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I haven't heard the Minimax, but I have compared the Arturia to Steinberg Model E, and the Arturia smoked it, hands down. I also compared the Arturia to my Minimoog Voyager, and like they say, 'aint nothing like the real thing'.
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I haven't heard the Minimax, but I have compared the Arturia to Steinberg Model E, and the Arturia smoked it, hands down. I also compared the Arturia to my Minimoog Voyager, and like they say, 'aint nothing like the real thing'.
Well its not too difficult of a task to beat model e. I know someone who compared an original model D, creamware minimax, and the voyager. He said the minimax sounded more like the original model D than the Voyager did.

I wasnt able to do a side by side but after hearing a Voyager in the store I'd agree.

The atruria one is great though if you dont have a CW system.

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