desmond wrote:One of the things I love about the JP8 is that it can do light, delicate and sensitive, as well as chunky and big sounding, without ever get to that big overblown chunky fatness of the American synths.
There is nothing like the sound of a classic Oberheim though, beautiful. Brings back memories of Lyle Mays, heavenly.
desmond wrote: Indeed - I hope you weren't taking my comments above thinking I'm one of those people. I actually don't like the superfat thing that much. Like I say, JP8 is my all-time favourite classic analog polysynth, and I much prefer it to P5's, OB's, Memorymoogs and synths of similar "size"...
Who cares! We all have our likes and dislikes :thumbup:
A Memory Moog is what I would call "a beautiful instrument" it’s so creamy, deep, rich, expressive, no wonder they are expensive, I’d love one.