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TeeBee303 writes:
It was my first experience with a modular synthesizer and I really liked it. I had no problem navigating the realm of CV and patching. Kept on running out of patch cords though! :P

Comments About the Sounds:
I didn't have a keyboard to control it when using this synth, only a EML-300, which has 16 CV level controller buttons. Its very strange. but anyways, I got some very cool wierd sounds out of it. The reverb is fun and cheesy, but the filters are non resonating and no fun.

(Thanks to TeeBee303 for this info.)
and jon kuder for the pic

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