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    Hi.
    I'm a Dj looking for a new synth for live performance, to be hooked with a computer.
    I make Trance and Dance music in a very european/german style. Any fans of the "Trance-Master" - "World Of Trance" and "Rave Mission"-series, knows what I'm talking about.
    Wich synth would be the best for both synthsweeps, melodys and melo-percussion?
    Your oppinion is greately appreciated.
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    I dont know much about synths but I did find this site the other day, you probly already know about it..

    http://www.vintagesynth.com

    You might be able to find something there

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    I've heard that the Yamaha CS6X was good for trance music. I also read an interview on this site where the guy mentionned "Quasimidi"

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    Thank you for the tips guys. I'll go check them out for myself. Any more suggestions appreciated.
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    I am dreaming!

    I wish I had one of those cool synths..........
    DJ Chriss, post a picture of the synthesizer you get

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    Hi Chriss !
    I Think i can help you ! you can go to the site roland.co.jp to find ou soem professionals sysnt. or you can also go to http://www.korg.com, http://www.yamaha.com, http://www.nsonic.com or http://www.sixstardj.com, http://www.instruments.com. ok.

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    lol check out computers.com its not a music instruments site

    thanks for the links anyway

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    Thank you for the links.
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    I think I already posted a message about the Virus b www.access-music.de but here I am again

    The Virus b's sound is very rich and fits well to trance.

    I think the NOVATION SUPERNOVA II is also very good for trance, maybe even better (as far as trance stuff).

    Pic of the mighty Virus INDIGO (it is the Virus b with a different color adn a keyboard... looks badass)



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