Pro's + very nice oscillator warping with display! This is the dilemma I see so many producers face. The answer becomes obvious within a few seconds of loading it up: Sylenth1 sounds incredible. You've seen it all before - or so you might think. Over the years Sylenth1 has become an essential tool in the collections of all contemporary composers. Apart from outstanding sound quality, the level of control in additive synthesis provides a host of new possibilities for shaping sound. You'll find a multitude of free plugin synths on the internet, but it's fair to say that their quality can be variable. Apply new and unusual effects.
A unique envelope control lets you subtly or radically animate sounds. Speaking of which: Audio routing. All instruments are recorded with utmost care on premium equipment, conveying the fullness of their sound. Fans of the original will be blown away by the authenticity of its sound and response, and have a ball with the integrated effects and extra modulators. Although it does have some quirks, ultimately, Spire sounds terrific, generating everything from huge, brassy unison timbres to crystalline digital tones. Due to its huge library of sounds, it gives you the opportunity to create soft or powerful sound. Nonetheless, the central conceit remains the same.
This masterpiece was produced in collaboration with Multi-Platinum and Grammy-Nominated producer Shawty Redd. Coded - like all its stablemates - by Keilwerth Audio, it unites analogue, sample-based and wavetable synthesis in an immense workstation-style architecture, packed with sequencers, filters, effects and modulation. All of which adds up to what can only be described as one of the very finest soft synths money can buy. This unusual critter was once a commercial offering, since uncaged for the masses. You can walk around your playing note after note like you were really sliding up and down the fretboard of a bass guitar.
If you only use presets, you are missing out a lot! Ambitious, expansive and oozing quality from every pixel, Pigments easily earns a place at the top table of synthesis. Blame some obsessive engineers who are totally uninterested in your calendar dates, or, like, the forward progression of time. They also don't suffer from the background noise associated with analogue gear. Prev Page 10 of 13 Next Prev Page 10 of 13 Next Windows users have all the fun. Finally, there is the Pear. Presets can be tweaked with a range of sound-shaping tools, and both the arpeggiator and trancegate are impressive.
Jam packed with over 70 instruments ranging from bells to bass, strings, guitars, leads, synths and arps as well as a Multi Effects User Interface! Our only wish is that it would have envelope shapes shown in a display, like Serum. It may be getting a little long in the synthesis tooth, but Massive still does the business. Strong wavetables are here supported by very good effects. We are so confident producers across the globe will enjoy this tool. Take it for a rip and never look back.
The imagination is your limit with Omnisphere. Soft synths are good for everything on your tracks: massive wall rattling lines, sneaky ambient chimes, or warm chords that lay you down for a tender sonic nap. You get tremendous quality for the cost and the time spent building these libraries is inspiring. Maybe just buy a car and start delivering pizza or driving an Uber instead? However, it quickly reveals its secrets to those who persevere - we urge potential customers not to be put off by its unfamiliar look and terminology. Maybe this is an oversimplification, but at the end of the day, it seems to me this is really about whether you want to get deep with this specific, semi-modular design, or go into a more open-ended modular environment.
Discover cutting edge sound design with unparalleled dynamics and a precise sound identity suited to tense basses, bristling leads and shifting, sci-fi soundscapes. What I am trying to say is that there is no right or wrong when it comes to plugins. The main difference between Hive and Sylenth1 are the oscillators. The interface is simple enough to create your own interesting sounds in a few minutes or lose you in its 600 presets. Its not the software, its you. Pro's + very good built-in wavetables + incredible preset packs + great chorus effect Cons — can be confusing to beginners — no compression effect We offer lots of! It has something for pretty much every synth situation. Prev Page 1 of 26 Next Prev Page 1 of 26 Next Featuring official emulations of Eurorack modules from the likes of Doepfer and Intellijel, this cross-platform modular synth is designed to look, work and sound exactly like it would if it was made from hardware.
Classic Rhodes and Wurlitzer sounds, percussive sounds ranging from the acoustic to the digitally industrial, synthy basses, leads, pads, strings, bells, drones, pulsing and throbbing effects, and all kinds of ethnic sounds and effects are all just a click away! It features 'circuit emulations' of all the modules concerned, and these have been authorised and approved by their original creators. This was another of the deeper features in Massive — and a case of the semi-modular offering some of the power of a full-blown modular, in a different arguably, if you like, more useful context. Over sixty different electric basses have been carefully recorded and modelled to provide unparalleled choice. Spending too long scrolling through 808 samples is boring and messy. Continuing my theme of fantastic Native Instruments products, I offer to you the. The standard Modular plugin ships with six Doepfer modules and more than 20 utility modules including a sequencer, mixer and delay you have the option to buy more. The arpeggiator will get your toes tapping, too.
It launches with the central pane showing the Main view, which houses five tabbed pages - Info, Edit, Effects, Events and Mods - and switches to represent the currently selected Part. We're not being overdramatic when we say that this is quite possibly the most sonically versatile synth we've ever used, and certainly one of the best sounding. Flexible tuning of the instrument will help you to use it in compositions of any genre, no matter. Note that the developers mention that it may not work with every as they only tested it on Renoise. With new effects and filter improvements, it can great even more complex tones than before but, although the Mutator effect enables you to morph a preset into something else just by choosing descriptive tags, the interface is still complex and intimidating. If we had to choose a single instrument to cover all our synthesis needs without making compromises in any of them, Dune 3 would be towards the top of the shortlist. Operator X offers a sophisticated noise and distortion generator.
With its huge audio soundbank, exciting new sound-shaping systems, easy browser and powerful virtual analogue architecture, it was a sound designer's dream come true. The sheer power that comes from a strong low end, combined with the driving rhythm that it offers is why music makes you want to move. The Jaco is similar in style except that it models a fretless jazz bass. We will look into price range as well as quality whilst also assessing the various types of sounds you might want to have in your arsenal. The Multi-Platinum Sound of Shawty Redd Introducing 'The Redd Umbrella' Kontakt Library Shawty Redd Edition.