Consequently, I wasn't surprised when I caught a whiff of splits and velocity zones” and "it's not bad, but it lacks a little punch and its velocity zones are too noticeable”.
Clearly, the EP200 has proved to be the Achilles Heel of many an otherwise excellent vintage keyboard emulator.
Bowers' already extensive knowledge of mechanical music history.
Upon Dave's and Art's request, Terry Hathaway became involved in proofing and offering technical comments for some of the book's text as it was being composed, text that greatly expanded upon any previous books and historical accountings.
At first I thought these might have been from a model 200 and 200A (which improved upon the amplification and noise shielding), but in fact they’re two different 200s.