Nelson Baboon wrote: ↑Sat Oct 24, 2020 6:22 pmdo you mean that literally?mome rath wrote: ↑Sat Oct 24, 2020 6:16 pmi spent almost a decade using Jeskola Buzz so the interface was intuitive, but I think the layout they used should be relatively quick for anyone after an evening of fiddlingNelson Baboon wrote: ↑Sat Oct 24, 2020 5:18 pmthank you! you know, one can never really know from demos and manuals, etc, whether one will really bond with an instrument. I might not.
but I'm pretty sure that I will spring for one of these. I doubt I'll find one used, so I guess I'll just find one new. If anyone knows of somewhere that they know will give me a discount, shoot me a pm, I guess.
absolutely, the interface is great and it comes (came?) loaded with a boatload of one-shots and loops to get you started
some of the loops are labeled with the BPM (check stazma's banks), so you can set your tempo accordingly to get familiarized with how the time-based FX work, with a good idea of the granularity that 16 steps should give you