I'd say the Multitrak unless you have an absolute need for it. I'm not a fan of the later Sequential units (except for the VS) having owned a Sixtrak and not got on well with it. What aspects of the Juno 106 and JX-3p bored you that made you hold on onto the Sequential? Sounds to me like you'd be more into an unconventional poly like the Akai AX-60 or the Korg DW-8000.
The Wavestation is another that could go unless you have a need that really requires it. It's a crazy pad machine but there are times where I feel it's got this sameyness to its sound, much like how a Juno will always sound characteristically like a Juno no matter how far to the edge you push it. FWIW I have a Wavestation A/D, which has the benefit the balanced external inputs to temper that samey feel -- that's the main reason I keep it around.
Do you have the Mono Evolver Keyboard? If so, hang on to it as it is OOP.
Hang on to it even if its the desktop version.
Real tough call. Glad i'm not in your shoes.
I say let go of the MS2000.
Where are you located? Still in LA? I'm interested in buying it. PM me. I live in the NY/Philly area.
The ones I would NOT sell are the Tetra, MS2k, and Evolver. The Evolver is unique as all hell and useful even as an effects unit, the Tetra sounds great, and the MS2k isn't worth enough relative to it's awesomeness to justify selling it.
As for the remaining ones, never cared for the Multitrack, and I'm kind of over Moogs. So those would be the easiest for me to part with. Not too familiar with the Wavestation however.
I'm a very "Hands On" type of guy when it comes to making music.
The Wavestation is the least hands on piece I have...It also is used very rarely.
The Mopho and Tetra are Polychained (AWESOME). I don't think I'd enjoy the Tetra much without the Mopho Keys.
I guess it's the Wavestation that's going up on my local CL. Plus I see there is this VSTi for it!
Kinda surprised so many were for selling the MS2000, while I don't HATE the sound I don't LOVE it, it's got the best interface IMO.
Oh and I reaaaaly didn't like the sound of the Juno 106, I prefered the sound of the JX3P but that synth is quite limited and has no Sub-Osc.
I LOOOOVE my Sequential Multitrak, it's quite rare and it has such an organic sound. It's VCO which I like, not real snappy filter wise. I prefer newer synths over the older stuff now that I produce a lot more and have to be faster, so waiting 30 minutes for stuff to warm up is a pain.
I feel like DSI stuff doesn't really sound like a lot of software to me. Then again I'm pretty Reason/Cubase excluside, the Mopho's sound is so forward, I love it.
I definitely don't think the Mopho/Tetra sounds like the Multitrak at all. Then again maybe it's just my ears.
Anyone who thinks that DSI or any good (or even bad) analog sounds like software needs to clean their ears or take up the trumpet or something.
I have heard great leads on MoPhos and even Evolvers with its analog oscillators mixed with the wavetables.