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  GM Mega At a Glance
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Tomas Peterka (peterka@mbox.fsv.cuni.cz) writes:
It's rack version of K11 so It's better than K1,K1/II but I wouldn't buy it second time. It's a good sound module for beginners but not for serious music but it has all standard synthesizer functions included DCF with resonance (only 4 degrees of resonance which is not enough ). The realtime control is rather complicated, because it's slow. If you use multitimbral play it creates something I'd called "Sound Ball". There is also version GMega LX without display and RAM. Gmega has also Many types of temperament (Pythagorean, Werckmeister,...)

Comments About the Sounds:
The sound is thick. The efect processor is really bad. It's not convenient for house or drum'n'bass music. If you use multitimbral it creates something which I'd called " sound ball ".

(Thanks to Tomas Peterka for this info.)
and Philippe for the pic

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