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Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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Jimmy a part-time user from Netherlands writes:
I've got one, and its good for basses and string sounds. You can make cool acid-wobble basses with it, or just typicial synth basses. The string section is really a good extra. A very decent synth.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-24-2007 at 04:22
ed kemp a hobbyist user from uk writes:
desparately need one S10430 divider chip for a korg delta. can anyone help?

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-01-2007 at 03:58
Dan Y. a professional user from NY writes:
excellent value and well-liked little analogue poly, with the classic turn-of-the-80's korg sound. Warm and atmospheric.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Mar-03-2005 at 16:50
Glen Stegner a professional user from USA writes:
$400 for this synth? You've got to be joking, this is just another example of stupid vintage hype due to the vintage appearance and the knobs. This thing couldn't hold a candle to a Roland JX-8P or a Korg DW-8000 either of which you can get for under half that price. One reviewer says it's "full polyphony" and then in the next sentence can't figure out why the envelopes have weird behavior, I guess he didn't realize that it uses octave divide-down like on cheap organs, and of course this does not qualify as true synthesizer polyphony. And it has only one oscillator, one envelope, one amplifier, and one filter for the whole synth section! That is why the Delta can't articulate the envelope for individual notes being pressed, because it can't. It suffers the same problem (even worse) as the Polymoog and most string synths from that time period. This was a budget Trident, which was just a glorified string machine itself. Don't be fooled by analogue anorak hype, this synth is thin and weedy.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Monday-May-31-2004 at 18:15
ashworth a part-time user from USA, Florida writes:
OK i had to give this a 4 because as far as my usage has been this is the coolest analog board i have put MY hands on(im new to synths).

It does have full polyphony and the mix of synth and strings will rattle some walls, but my absolute favortie part is the VCF. there are some internal adjustmaents that are located under thoes rubber stoppers, thats where the magic is...i believe one is a high,band,low pass adjustment and the other is a resonance range...crank that one all the way and you will have a SCREAMING filter, it will make some seriously cool analog sounds after that!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-May-31-2004 at 13:20
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