From Mike Peake
Sent Thu, Jan 16th 1970, 01:00
>OK, about five people have reccomended the MOTM, so I'll sure to look at >them when I have some more money. Right now, I'm more interested in hearing >more opinions on the Paia 2700 and Roland Sys 100, since they're the only >complete systems I can get in my budget ($500) I do plan to expand to better >units such as the MOTM, but for now, I just want a solid starting block. >Thanks for all the replies so far! Hi John, welcome to the list. Avoid the PAIA for many reasons: -pitch drift and awful tracking -noise and potential 60hz hum -bad design and hardware -etc... The Roland should be stable and not give you any problems, and it's fairly patchable. It will also have the extremely popular Roland sound. Add a PAIA to that if you want to at a later time (but you should get RS, Doepfer, Frostwave, MOTM stuff long before that!) Easier, Mike Peake, Your Psychic Friend ___________________ Specifications: Play de Moog/I hate you Milkman Dan/Where's my Bourbon?! "Gotta kill'em all, gotta kill'em all! Slovodon!" (Sung to the tune "Pokemon") 4.20.99. I don't know what to be more pissed about this morning: either the 700 Club proclaiming posterboy for the apocalypse Pat Robertson "a saint", or seeing VJ Jesse Camp, who is both Bill AND Ted, on MTV with his own rock video. EVOLVE you idiots, EVOLVE!