What makes Kurzweil k2600 the granddaddy of all workstations? Is it the sampling and sound manipulation capability? This workstation is unfortunately outside the price range of this home/pre-production studio builder.
What would you recommend to the amateur musicmaker who is setting up a home studio and is interested in keeping his equipment down to the bare bones but still able to make some original tracks without relying too heavily on loops and patterns?
I like acid/techno but I don't want to be pigeonholed by saying I want to make techno tracks. Every time I say techno someone recommends the Yamaha RS7000. Is this a quality machine for digital pre-production? Isn't it just recently on the market? I don't want something that is still getting the bugs worked out of it. I'd like something solid that isn't going to make me tear my hair out and I can have fun with once I learn to play it. Don't get me wrong, I'm willing to invest 6 mos to a year to learn how to use it.
Last edited by edgewater; 08-30-2001 at 09:00 PM.
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