Hey I feel ya everyone, I can’t afford it either, but you have to admit, this is an analog beast. Personally, I think it would be a mistake to get the 8 voice model. If you can get through $6k purchase pain, you can get through $8k purchase pain. With layers and keyboard splits, among other configurations, 8 voices are going to run out fast. It’s different in a hybrid system like the Waldorf Quantum, where each oscillator can be a different group of oscillators, but in this pure analog system, you need those voices.
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Type: Polyphonic Synthesizer
Sound Engine Type(s): Tri-timbral Analog Synth ; FM, Hard Sync, Ring Modulation
Analog/Digital: Analog with Digital Effects
Number of Keys: 61
Type of Keys: Full Size, Velocity-sensitive, Aftertouch, Fatar TP-8S
Other Controllers: Pitchbend, Mod wheel
Pads: X/Y Pressure-sensitive Pad
Polyphony: 16 voice model or 8 voice model
Presets: 64 Presets, 128 Performance Sets
Oscillators: 3 x VCO per voice ; Sawtooth, Triangle, Pulse Width