Your Setups (Part 1)

Korg MS20 would be my suggestion. it has a very flexible filter, and is readily available/reasonably priced with the reissue. should be different enough from the Moog and Vermona sound (which is also pretty Moog-ey) as well. Analog Four is also super flexible (but I personally didn’t like the interface much), both in filter and overall synthesis options/modulation/sequencing/etc.

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Norand Mono might be worth checking out

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Agree with the Norand Mono recommendation. I was caught up trying to get an Avalon Bassline, but wasn’t able to get through to checkout. I’m actually glad now that I didn’t, because I really like the Norand. It keeps the spirit of the 303, but it’s just so much more flexible. It is still very hands on. I dig it.

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Aah that’s a great idea – I’ve always felt like the MS20 sound was more “aggressive” than what I was looking for, but I’ve admittedly not done much research on it.

Oh cool – I’ve seen the Mono come up a bunch in my research for a decent 101/202/303 alternative. I’m a big fan of the interface. Does anyone have any experience with what it sounds like?

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I have some loops saved on my OT. If I get some time, perhaps I’ll post something.

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That’s enough for the time being.

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Erica Db-01 Bassline is a good choice :wink:

@Fin25 is the Evolver going through the Acidbox Filter? that thing sounded incredible on my synths but i could never settle on a spot in my signal chain

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Evolver into A4 into Acidox.

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Compared to some i dont have a bast ampull of devices, but still they started to feel a bit overwhelming siting there on my desk…

In a brash act I decided to pack everything up except my Octatrack and then add a single device to use with the Octatrack for a way to get more focused. And today I took out the QY70…

These two are a huge amount of fun! I feel like the QY70’s ability to be extremely vanilla really plays in its favor… the small amount of CC’s you can modulate can actually drastically change the sound.

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Good idea!

Yes it is.
This and a DFAM into a DT ins to an OT and it is endless options.
Just took the plunge with OT a month ago and could not go back now :slight_smile:

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Proper battle station. Love the symmetry.

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I’m struggling with the left side opposite the BAM. Annoying gap.

Might save up and put an Analog Heat there.

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You must go for an MK II, it has a yellow display (orange for the MK I).

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Oto boum … Obviously !

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Yeah I mean if it’s symmetry he’s after then the choice is obvious

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Prefer the heat.

I’m more about filling the space than I am filling the space with things that look the same.