Brilliant, thanks a lot for that I heard it doesn't happen to everyone but the idea of spending a fortune and having an annoying little bug will drive me insane... think it would drive anyone insane and if it happened on the scope I'd seriously be hospitalised!
The price of the scope is quiet high, but it's one of those things that you'll use for years.
[Edited by -DigitalDreams- on 11-01-2000 at 09:37 AM]
Well the Pulsar II is 1300 USD and the Scope Studio package is 4500 USD
Chriss: well as I said, a full review will be published soon., It is a full environment, not just a synth, so its different, very different.
I know a guy who sold all hig equipment after he got a Pulsar (and it was the first version even). He found the synths on the Pulsar more versatile than his Nord Modular, and the STS4000 sampler better than his AKAI S3000.
It's like a mini recording studio, with zero latency ASIO, unlimited signal routing, multiple virtual midi ports, and audio channels.
But hey... some people don't like Pulsar too much, its a matter of taste I think. Stay tuned for the review.