EMwhite wrote:If you aren't hell bent on having 64 steps, the DarkTime is a good choice. From a performance point of view, the to..from switches are killer.
I have the q119 that Eric mentioned, 3 x 8 of the STG time modules and a 16 step Trigger Store (also STG).
The biggest drawback of the q119 is that you do not have a separate control of Gates (every step sends a gate no matter what; and that you can't change the step length real time.
What are you looking to do? There are alot of options and plenty of ways to go wrong. What's your price range and what are you looking to get out of it?
till wrote:A Synthesizers.com Q960 is looking and feeling like the original Moog 960 step sequence we all heard and saw before. But such a good old thing is a bit limited by todays view.
n2design wrote:till wrote:A Synthesizers.com Q960 is looking and feeling like the original Moog 960 step sequence we all heard and saw before. But such a good old thing is a bit limited by todays view.
Yeah I agree, but Ive really burnt myself out on the computer, I'm on it all day. ...
EMwhite wrote:If money is not an issue for you, definitely grab a 960. The Moon does more, meaning that you can have each row running in a diff direction/different clock (based on what I've seen) but the 960 is the classic and has so much in/out. Just team it up with a sequential switch and a clock divider and you can do quite a bit with it.
They pop up for sale every now and again.
Another, somewhat non-conventional option is the D3 Archangel; which has 64 steps and a row of touchplates, built in quantizer and additional add-on options to come. It's not cheap and I'm not sure if they are even available yet (pre-order list might be full and still not completely fulfilled) but the demos I've seen look great and if you tally up the cost of 960+quantizer+divider etc, you're there. And the touchplates seem very nicely done.
Check it out...: http://www.det3.net/products/archangel
And this video by STG (Suit & Tie Guy if you don't know) that is not yet up on the D3 site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwojPEs2174
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