It’s impressive how much they improved things with that limited edition compared to its original design.
If only they had put the silver version into production. That might be it for me.
I want to see more instruments in an aluminum finish, soft grays, or warm white/cream tones.
They are so much more inviting to me than a boring black box - especially when it has those pressure-sensitive/mpe pads.
The Model: Cycles is another favorite of mine, and I miss the original A4/AR MkII color scheme.
I hope that one day we’ll get a Push 3 in a color scheme similar to the Vapor Gray Maschine+
Amazing you kept it. It’s got that cute size but a sci-fi look, those switches, lovely.
It was the first synthesizer I really got into. A great instrument to learn on. It needs some attention - scratchy volume pot and screwy cutoff slider, but overall it still works well and still sounds great. Stays in tune.
Completely different direction from the other replies, I really really enjoy what the white editions of the Motif XF looked like
Man the minikorg for being as simple as it is honestly never had any business looking so nice, yet it did and still does. The FS also looks extra posh compared to the originals.
What’s this? It’s pretty.
I remember both winning industrial design awards. Maschine studio and SP16. Different years of course
Yeah the white Medusa was stunning, I think they only made one.
Some people prefer the original design that has that characteristic Dreadbox look, but I absolutely prefer the minimal Black edition over it.
If/when this actually gets released I would love to own one. Love the sound. Love the aesthetic. Superlative SB-01: