Wonder how often DigitalNativeDance was actually used by musicians to compose. Might be nice to reproduce the sound on the MT-32, but some of those old sounds would have a very limited application.
As much as I like the old Roland L/A sound, in my opinion, I don't believe these earlier synths match the realism of the last couple of Sound Canvas models. I couldn't imagine trying to compose a soundtrack using only L/A synths; not after having used the Yamaha SW60XG and Roland SC-8820. L/A does offer sounds that still haven't been faithfully reproduced on newer synths, but again...their use is still limited. I guess, like almost everything else in music, much depends on the user's own experience with music and composition. One man's heavenly sound is another man's garbage. :twisted: