Strange but good.

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Strange but good.

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I don’t know if this is the right place, but keyboards and synthesis sounds good enough, I spotted this on the Toob, he’s very interesting, there’s something very odd going on, something very powerful, I can’t put my finger on it, but it’/he’s got something, that SOMA drum machine is a force to be reckoned with too, very interesting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00nfoY5JA3E&list=PLKG_CUNdc8Z3V79zm5RcC_7xdFBiPkkMm&index=8
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Well I guess for me it is the general discordance that produces the uneasiness.

I actually quite like the sound of it if I don't look at the video, which brings me out in "old man rage".

What I was really interested in is what was hanging off his nose and flew off 38 seconds to 43 seconds, what the hell is that?
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BobTheDog wrote:What I was really interested in is what was hanging off his nose and flew off 38 seconds to 43 seconds, what the hell is that?


Wasn't that the spider off your speaker grille?
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Mine was a tiny spider, that looked far more threatening!
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Post by Martin Walker »

Fascinating, yet disturbing all the same.

For me though the SOMA drum beats were a weakness rather than a strength.

It's a good job we're all different!

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Martin Walker wrote:Fascinating, yet disturbing all the same.

For me though the SOMA drum beats were a weakness rather than a strength.

It's a good job we're all different!

Martin


I'm not keen on the presentation, the mask in particular, but who knows, there may be a good reason for that, beyond aesthetic considerations.
I like the sound of the SOMA, the actual sound, it’s very beefy, full, depending on what you do with it, but I’d never buy one, it’s far too complex, and unwieldy for me.
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