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  1. I play an eclectic mix of mostly mellower electronic styles - dub, ambient, instrumental hip-hop, and so forth - as well as a bit of house and psytrance. It's perfect for dub. I'm strictly an amateur, but I've been making music in my home studio for about a decade now. My other instruments are analog synths, samplers, and effects; I record into a Pro Tools Digi001. If my R-880 got stolen, I'd almost certainly buy another if I came across one. Heck, as cheap as these things are, you may as well buy a stack of them.
  2. I love this thing. The guy at the store where I bought it looked at me weird when I told him I wanted to use it in a keyboard studio, but it fits in perfectly. I've never regretted buying it. If it were lost or stolen I would definitely try to find another, or try to find something similar.
  3. I have a peculiar attachment to this thing. (Maybe not so peculiar, since it was my first analog.) Though it's rather limited, it's a great choice for a beginning synthesist, or if you're looking for a set-and-forget bass box. I really want to stuff mine into a rack unit. I don't know if I have the nerve to take a soldering iron to my precious little EmGee tho.
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    yamaha SY-22

    I think it'll be a nice complement to my mostly analog kit. Sure wish that joystick transmitted MIDI though.
  5. I don't use it much. I'll probably hang on to it, cuz you can never have too many processors, but it's far from a vital part of my kit. If you're looking to emulate that 80's teenage Van Halen cover band sound, you might dig it.
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