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DPH

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Massachusetts, USA

Jul 8th, 2010 08:58 AM        

I posted a question about Nord Electro options last spring, about the time I ceded my role of sometimes keyboard player to another member of my band. But I'm looking to take the plunge again, hopefully via the soft synth route.<br /> <br /> I'd like to be able to have two dummy keyboards/controllers, and be able to have one set to Rhodes/B3/Clav, and the other to use for cheesy leads a la Jamiroquai & Los Amigos Invisibles.<br /> <br /> GSI looks promising, are there any other suggestions? I'm looking for both controllers & software. I like quality, but am on a budget too.



samsound



Navarre, FL

Jul 8th, 2010 09:04 AM        

Highly recommend Propellerhead Reason. Build your own custom synth racks. Aside from some excellent FX modules, it has several different styles of highly programmable synth modules, samplers, and even a drum machine. Fantastic piece of kit.



fendrguitplayr

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Greater Boston

Common sense isn't...
Jul 15th, 2010 08:59 AM        

Here's a fairly recent rundown on some of the good ones that are available.<br /> <br /> Also, check out the links above the listing.



rockstar_not



USA

Thank God for guitars!
Jan 16th, 2013 02:32 PM        

GSi was a good choice, best electromechanical old-school keys simulations on the market for the money. Try the donationware versions first, then if you like buy in to the pay-ware versions. Organized Trio is the B3 freebie, and there's some Mr. Ray's and Mr. Tramp for the wurly/rhodes trial.



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