Eryck, bonjour. Je ne parle pas bien français. Donc, en anglais comme vous a fait...abdul6 wrote:@synonymist
by seeing your set-up I have the impression to look at mine
with the Furthrr next to the Cs-L
that say I think about having a second furthrrr, which has been my favorite
oscillator since now 2014 (I bought one of the firsts)
how is you experience using two ???
Because I got my Furthrrrr Generator about one week ago, and played it for the first time only yesterday, I have almost no experience with it. Similarly, I got my Cš-L less than eight weeks ago.
Maybe my initial comparison of the two is useful, however. These two modules have feature sets that differ from each other slightly, of course. But what I noticed most in comparing them was three things:
1. Each has a characteristic voice. There is some commonality, but there is no mistaking the basic voice of either for the other.
2. Each differs from the other in its embodiment of a distinct rationale in its user interface and workflow design; beyond the layout of one being oriented vertically (Furthrrrr) and the other horizontally (Cš-L).
3. The Furthrrrr Generator user interface is almost entirely "literal", having no hidden features or state-based elements (except its "mood wave" button, whose alternative states are nearby it and are clearly labeled); as such is it basically "self-documenting". By contrast, the Cš-L does have hidden features and state-based elements, notably its unlabeled modulation matrix modes, whose exact function cannot be guessed; as such it cannot be used fully as it was designed to be used unless documentation is available.
Offhand I would say that if you like the sound of Cš-L well enough, and are not daunted by its design, then it might be useful for you to have its voice added to your sonic palette. Otherwise, since you know the sound and operation of the Furthrrrr Generator very well, a second one would pose no disadvantage (if all you wanted was multiplicity, diversity aside).