And it has been literally three months of deliberation and contemplation, but I've made my decision. I think I am ready to part with my Juno-106. Man, I love that thing. It was the synth that I first learned how to program sounds on, and from that point, I was able to tackle any synth. I love the phat basses that it can make and the piercing acidic tones with it's legendary resonance. It has been a part of every musical project I've had since I started using synths, spanning different genres.
The reason why I am going to be letting it go is because it has run it's course for me. With my current musical endeavors, I'm now looking for synths with a bit more versatility, and as much as I just want to load up my studio with as many synths as possible, it's not practical for me at this time, thus I must let it go. It's not an easy decision to make, but I'm very sure that the Juno and I may meet again in the future.
I'm sure you guys can relate. Ever had a synth that you had to let go of, even though it wasn't easy to part with?
Psy-Fi DimensionGravity tried pulling them back, but they just dissolved and the dust formed circumferential rings, it swings back and forth