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Castleview:

--- Quote from: Crossing_The_Threshold on May 09, 2014, 02:12:59 PM ---I think these synths are a lot of fun, some reverb would do some serious drones!

Thanks for posting.

Los Bosques Sombríos I - Sonic Forest & Sylo Synth

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That was really cool. I especially liked the red instrument. That thing can create some great textures.

hdibrell:
Those are pretty interesting synths. I've been interested in the Folktek devices,  http://folktek.com/ ,but they are kind of pricey. The Electric Lobotomy stuff is a lot more affordable. I may have to look into these more.

Castleview:

--- Quote from: hdibrell on May 10, 2014, 09:02:50 AM ---Those are pretty interesting synths. I've been interested in the Folktek devices,  http://folktek.com/ ,but they are kind of pricey. The Electric Lobotomy stuff is a lot more affordable. I may have to look into these more.

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Folktec seems awesome but yeah, definitely pricey.

LNerell:
Most of the handmade synths I have played around with seem to be one trick ponies, which is fine if you like the one thing it does well. For me they just seem too limiting so I've never gotten any for my studio.

hdibrell:

--- Quote from: LNerell on May 12, 2014, 11:56:39 AM ---Most of the handmade synths I have played around with seem to be one trick ponies, which is fine if you like the one thing it does well. For me they just seem too limiting so I've never gotten any for my studio.

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Yes, that and price are the two main reasons I haven't picked up any so far. I love the concept, though of alternate triggers, etc.    BTW, Loren, I just got the two pack from Projekt today of your Intention/Tree of Life releases. Can't wait to hear them.

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