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  1. Thank you so much. This is definitely a really good start, and like I said before I'm willing to go up a little, after all it's worth it in the long run. I'd say if it fits what I want and need I'd be willing to go up to even $2000. For now I'll start with the options you've given me and go from there. Again thank you so much for your help and fast responses. Everywhere else I've had to wait three to four days sometimes even more then a week to get a response from someone.
  2. I think a 76 would do well. I thought they had 88's but maybe not. I think one of the only ones I saw was just under $3000. I could be wrong though it was a while back.
  3. Sorry I edited that after you posted. I'm looking at about $1000 or less but am willing to consider higher priced options.
  4. Ok so I'm sure you guys get a lot of these kind of threads but please bear with me as I haven't gotten decent answers or helpful advice anywhere else and I figured you guys would know your stuff. I used to have a synth that I played around with but the quality wasn't that good and it was fairly old so it crapped out so I'm looking for a new one. That and I'm getting serious about making music. Basically I'm looking for one that has a very large collection of realistic sounds. My main focus is on string and wind instruments as I've had a hard time finding synths with those having good sound. I need it mostly for recording music with vocals since I'm looking to start a band soon. Later I'll get a synth for live performing but for now I'll stick with recording. I'm hoping to keep it at $1000 or less but I'm definitely willing to consider higher priced options, they pay for themselves in the long run. I don't know if anyone needs to know this for advice or not but I'm running Pro Tools as my editor/equalizer. Also, I definitely want a keyboard synth. I've tried several analogs and their just not my thing.