OK, a few days I tried out a really cool synth module at the Guitar Center. The Novation A-Station, I fell inlove with its sound while playing around with it in the store... I thought, "Okay, time to get a synth driver so I can use this thing for my bass." I did some heavy research into this product including downloading and reading the manual page to page, and it has some amaizing features. A hybrid digital/analog interface where voicing amps and effects are digital, but the filter section is analog. That's pretty nifty. Another interesting feature is the filter is subsonic, with frequencies going all the way down to 5Hz and up to 10kHz. That should be useful for bass synth. Its voice mixing system is pretty nice, it includes two oscillators, pink and white noises, LFO sources and a Ring Modular. All leading into two amps plus effects. All this really rounding out to a great vintage like synth... But the thing that really caught my eye was this; as well as midi inputs it also features an analog input for guitar and bass instrument. Needless to say, when I found this out the results were a bit more than orgasmic. I'm going to the music store this weekend to try it out with bass, if I like it (and I'm sure I will) it's going to be my next buy for sure. They run around ($US)500 but it looks like it's more than worth it.