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Mininova vs Minilogue vs Microkorg vs Timbre Wolf
View Poll Results: Which minisynth?
Mininova
2 Votes - 8.00%
Minilogue
18 Votes - 72.00%
Microkorg
2 Votes - 8.00%
Timbre Wolf
3 Votes - 12.00%
Voters: 25. You may not vote on this poll

Old 19th June 2017
  #1
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Mininova vs Minilogue vs Microkorg vs Timbre Wolf

My Choice: Minilogue
OK. 4 mini synths. Which one would be the best for synth brass, funky leads, quack type lead synths, and bass, as well as Gary Numan Cars/Metal/Complex/M.E./Conversation/Tracks (not the Vox Humana the guitary patches) sounds and Yaz Happy People/Situation/Don't Go/Only You/Nobody's Diary sounds. I also want a good pad swell sound and horn chord/lead patches as well as a Wham Everything She Wants/Madonna Holiday style sound.
Also, good for a mixed decades music camp that I get to jam to music.
Old 21st June 2017
  #2
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My Choice: Minilogue
I have decided the Minilogue IF I want a minisynth, if I want a workstation i will get Yamaha MX49/61.
Old 21st June 2017
  #3
Mininova is the most versatile.
Old 21st June 2017
  #4
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Minilogue definitely. Which is why I already voted with my dollars.

Still digging into it, but I've already got it on 3-4 tracks I'm currently working on. Very impressive for the money.
Old 21st June 2017
  #5
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Bass? How about Monologue? Not sure why Timbre Wolf is in this thread..
Old 21st June 2017
  #6
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My Choice: Minilogue
Roland system 1
Old 21st June 2017
  #7
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My Choice: Timbre Wolf
Yes, it has bass!
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Bass? How about Monologue? Not sure why Timbre Wolf is in this thread..
Old 21st June 2017
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Originally Posted by Zaphod Betamax View Post
Yes, it has bass!
owner.
I agree Timbre Wolf has good bass.. it just doesn't have all that much variety like the other aspects mentioned by OP
Old 22nd June 2017
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I almost always have to highpass EQ the Timbre Wolf actually because it does have lots of low end (as long as you don't touch the resonance). It has a good acoustic bass type sound. Considering that and its piano sound, it's basically an acoustic analog instrument.

All that said, it definitely is not for the OP's needs.
Old 25th July 2017
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My Choice: Timbre Wolf
Timbre Wolf gives me sweet dreams...
and this video is made of this...

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