Originally Posted by charles maynes
the Kyma requires a substantial investment of time and effort- as well as money- it is an amazing tool, but something like audiomulch can do many of the things the Kyma does for far less money- actually metasynth as well....
I have to agree. The guys next door to my room had one for years. With Wacom, Haken, Wii-remote and all the goodies.
It's fun, but definately takes its time to get your head around it.
I never succeeded at that..
Also, IMO it tends to sound 'metallic'..
If you are seriously bored in your life, get a KymaX and an H8000.