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  • Got to wonder how something that looks like that could bring anything new to the table.

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    • Maybe they added a new waveform that's going to be the new supersaw and everybody's going to have to have it. :lol:
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      • I am feeling good about this one.
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        • I'm thinking it'll street for $999 or less.

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          • I am feeling good about this one.


            Not half as good as looking at your avatar. :lol:

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            • I'm thinking it'll street for $999 or less.


              I certainly see it saving cost by less keys and the not so wasteful kinder garden layout of the SH201 (no offence SH201 owners, just looks pants)

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              • Maybe they added a new waveform that's going to be the new supersaw and everybody's going to have to have it. :lol:


                its teh super trapezoid!!!!!!!!!
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                • Dee Fiddy wavs man :lol:
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                  • All signs point to just a re-working of the SH-201.
                    But Roland has us fooled.
                    They've been monitoring the current boom in popularity of West Coast modular synthesis.

                    So the GAIA is actually a VA model of the Buchla Music Easel.
                    *Please see the disclaimer in my sig.

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                    • Hmm. The more I think about this, it doesn't make sense. It HAS to offer something different than the 201, or else why would they bother?

                      Maybe VA oscillators with *cough* real analog filters, like the Waldorf Q+. I dunno. Just wishful thinking. It's a slow day at work.
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                      • Hopefully it's voiced very differently from the SH-201, like the 201 was from the JP8K.
                        It might have been a slow day at the Roland office, too, hence the GAIA :lol:
                        I love the sliders though.
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                        • i tried really hard comparing the two pics to see if I could figure out where they would hide the options for the other / more oscillator settings. :idk: maybe they hide it all behind a VST editor..
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                          • suppose we'll all find out soon enough.
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                            • Nice looking synth, though I was hoping for something with at least 4 octaves and an LCD display.
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                              • I guess I'm the only one not diggin the black face plate with the white body. I think it'd look better if it matched, one way or the other.

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