Lies, all lies.
i found him….
I am not feeling the wolf much
I prefer the MFB-522 @dimi3 even if it doesn’t have a "bass synth"
I think it beats the beats… just because the setting on the beats are not tweakable in the same way. but that is MNSHO…
…exactly what i thought!! cheap, not so super tweakable and standard bass synth.
lol @JohnnyEgo a MD will definitely stomp a mudhole in the Rhythm Wolf and it should for the price difference.
I’ll be cool with my 808 samples, and keep lusting for a RYTM. The Wolf sounds like a puppy.
@krism Ha! mudhole for certains.
Thanks to @Tribrix for posting and alleviating me of any GAS for the Wolf! To be honest, I didn’t have much GAS for it. Not impressed at all, even for the money. Agree about the RYTM - I’m “lusting” too, particularly after the announcement of Overbridge - integrating RYTM with Logic and Ableton Live would be fantastic.
The hi-hats are mad. I’m really digging them
Apart from that, it sounds just okay
The sound from the Rhythm Wolf remind me a bit of my Mattel Synsonics Edrum station. I was really interested in it before I heard it, but I don’t need another Synsonics (even though it seems to be a much better one, IMO).
From the single video I’ve seen, this totally beats the Volca.
Will need to hear more before I’m sure but nothing really grabbed me there.
The hats are wonderful. But as I own a Volca Beats and a Monotribe, this one sound hardly justifies the purchase. However, if I had to choose between Monotribe and Wolf, I’d choose the Wolf.
These are apparently shipping now.
I’ve hated on these, but interested to see what people do with them on YouTube.