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  Darkstar At a Glance
Click for larger view arrowReleased: 1999  Specifications
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SMITH writes:
Really worth getting one just based upon price alone , besides , at leastit's not just another clone mega-corp piece-of-crap that you see everywhere! The fun is immediate but the overall usefulness has yet to be seen .I am currently using it in the studio and apart from a few mididiscrepencies , it works great in that enviroment (my cohort concurs)... 8out of 10? :',

Comments About the Sounds:
Unique as far as analogue emulators go . Not as deep or flexible as morespendy products but fun as hell ! The saw waves can be really dirty andwicked , the squares are a bit

(Thanks to SMITH for this info.)
and Jo Gerardi for the pic

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