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Virus KC ... keep or sell?
- it looks cool
- knobs galore
- good voice architecture and effects so fun to programme
- it's light and easy to carry about
- it's well built
- built in vocoder ...
- I'm not wild about the sound as it's a little harsh
- I find programming it hard work - it takes a lot of effort to sound 'nice'
- playing live is dangerous and I'd hate to break something that costs a bundle to replace (already done that once with the Kurzweil)
- I just don't feel any attachment to it (but then maybe I'm not giving it a fair chance)
- it's another keyboard laying around and I'm getting used to the idea of NOT constantly tripping over synths...
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I don't know about the "harshness" you describe. I've got a Virus C Indigo 2 Redback and I've found that it can be very harsh but also very subtle, dependent on how you program it.
For what it's worth, I will NEVER sell my Virus C. It's my bread and butter hardware synth and I love it above all other synths I own / have owned.
That being said, if you're not using it / don't like it .....
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