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koenig
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Creamware Noah

Post by koenig » Wed Nov 12, 2014 5:22 am

I have stumbled over a Noah that can be had for a what I believe is a reasonable price (less than 350 euro). Is this any good? I have no experience of these machines, apart from the Solaris of course, and no idea if this is a good deal, i.e., if I should go for it, just for trying out the thing.

Ideas, anyone? (Preferably fast since it might disappear any second... :D )

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Re: Creamware Noah

Post by John Bowen » Wed Nov 12, 2014 9:33 am

Have a look over at the planet Z forum that covers the Noah here:
http://forums.planetz.com/viewforum.php ... b41273dbe4

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Re: Creamware Noah

Post by koenig » Wed Nov 12, 2014 2:38 pm

Thanks for the tip with Planet Z - there were quite a number of tips there so I ended up buying the thing.

We agreed on a final price of 270 euro which I though was OK. I liked the sound of the synths and I need a small MIDI synth to use with sequencers for bass and such. If it does not work I expect to be able to sell it at not too much of a loss so I reckon it is worth it.

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Re: Creamware Noah

Post by dawman » Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:06 pm

I'll buy it.
That thing is an excellent work horse. Thought they were all crushed up in a recycle center.

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