Scramiflu (formerly Fido on the old open jam forums) here.
I'm tired of playing with midis with crummy sounding software instruments and I'm looking for a mini synth with no more than 37 keys that can produce the same quality of thick, crisp sound as the Alesis Micron does in this video:
Since the Micron has been out a while, I don't know if there have been any new alternatives since its release that can compete with is size and sound production.
The only drawback I see of the Micron is that it needs to be plugged into an AC socket which reduces somewhat its portability. I wondering if I should just get the Micron.
Does anyone now of a mini synth that fits these parameters?:
1. Can produce sound like the Micron in the video.
2. Is no more than 37 keys (i.e. portable, can fit in backpack)
3. Can be powered by USB or batteries
If there is nothing like that, I will just go ahead and get the Micron.
P.S. Hey, what happened to Open Jam?