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All in one synth for everything
Crappy keys suffering from double or triple triggering but soundwise it could be the only machine you ever need because it delivers any basic sound in outstanding quality. Fast envelopes, a strong filter which opens up to the highest highs and resonates over the entire audio spectrum, very flexible modulations, sync, fm (with a character similar to my ARP2600) and lots of other goodies. Vince Clarke was right to choose it as one of his favorite machines.
the only monosynth you need if you cant find or afford an obie two voice, ob1, kobol, syrinx
does a 303, does a deep sub, does electro arps/seqeuncing, does moogy, does arpy, does the monopoly chord memory sub octave sound, plus its great at thunder and zaps. pretty solid tuning, lots of cv/gate in and outs with trigger. fairly robust and not finicky. a solid synth, i guess thats why theyre now $1500-2000 cdn/us. in case you didn't know, millenials...we (gen-x) old timers used to pay 350-600 for these back in the ancient olden days of 1993.
My favourite synth
this is my favourite synth in my collection, it produces some wicked bass sounds and is a right staple within my collection. I wish I had the the pro 5, but I couldn't afford it last time I saw one on ebay. I have the pro 5 VST which is pretty cool, but the sound is very much different from the synthesizer in the flesh! .
One of the absolute best
This is a marvellous synthesizer. Probably the best monosynth ever made after the Minimoog. It can handle pretty much anything, from smooth moogy leads to filthy bass and extreme effects. Everything you dial in sounds good, and the sequencer and arp are simple but inspiring. If you need a monosynth and can't afford a Minimoog, this is the one to get.
I had it for a long time and then sold it like a chump. I regret everything. I need to get another but the price is so much higher now. Maybe the clone will be ok, maybe not. Maybe I need to get another one. I still cry every night missing my Pro One.