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sonic writes:
Was their first from the Kickstarter phase and to many seemed like it was a really cheap concept and idea, but it sounds really quite good. Some lovely sweet spots between the FX, Distortion and the filter.

Its a bit fiddly to program with a lot of shifting and keyboard combinations, but some really lovely organic sounds possible even with only four voices. And you do get used to it.

But you can also poly chain them to create more voices which can be interesting. There is also a Skulpt SE which has a new front panel (easier to read and use) a bit higher quality construction, and they made it 30% cheaper.

Also worth noting that it will respond to MPE natively which is a bonus if you have a controller that will work with it.

All in all some great sounds from a tiny machine

Comments About the Sounds:
Driven pads - are lovely. and there are lots of nooks and crannies to explore - also you do get the Modal App which is a pretty good editor.

(Thanks to sonic for this info.)

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