This year there has been a major shift in the value of synthesizers. As players' abilities improved, we were consulted numerous times regarding moving from Software Synths to Hardware Synthesizers.
Hardware synthesizers are "stable" and "intuitive". Of course, they are also optimized for live performance.
Hardware synthesizers are a forbidden fruit. They provide you with unlimited adventure and inquisitiveness.
This is a review of 2020.
here we go!
Inducted into the Hall of Fame. JUNO-DS transcends the entry level model.
It’s in competition with the JUNO-DS. The rhythm machine is excellent.
It's a high-end model, but 3rd in sales, which is inevitable because it has high level capabilities.
Pure Analog Synths
Software synthesizers can't replace this; this is too attractive.
No explanation needed, a tiny model of the legendary analog synthesizer. Cool.
An inexpensive real analog synthesizer. Good design.
The original FM fromYamaha. It’s first by far in digital synth sales.
Good Design, and it has RARE synthesis algorithms.
The apex of vector synthesis. You can switch the waveform like an arpeggiator.
Virtural Analog Synths
An enhanced model of the microKORG. Usability is different from the original model.
A long-selling model that will soon reach its 20th anniversary. The living legend.
Flagship model, reasonably priced, portable, and fascinating. Great.
To Be Continued…
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