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Are there any soft synths that you guys recommend?


Mon Nov 13, 2017 1:40 pm
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Loop wrote:
Also, I hate to bring this to light considering there are some feelings in this thread, but you misspelled "disappointed".


Mon Nov 13, 2017 1:43 pm
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Mon Nov 13, 2017 1:51 pm
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Thanks guys. The price looks good on these. I'll check them out.


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For an IOS soft synth; go for Poison 202. $10 and absolutely killer sounding! I have a keyboard controller I am going to start using with my Ipad. Sounds are off the hook.


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SampleTank. The free version is actually usable.


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Almost everything I've ever recorded has a softsynth in it somewhere, for ambience or texture.

Ones I use all the time:

NI Absynth
NI Massive
NI FM8
Arturia MiniMoog (Before I got a REAL moog yaaaay!)
Reason (From v8 forward, the aliasing issue isn't so bad anymore, and the filters are so much smoother IMO)


Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:45 am
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jgreenwd wrote:
SampleTank. The free version is actually usable.



It can be super crashy though. I love IK stuff, just wish it was more stable, especially Sampletank.


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It can be super crashy though. I love IK stuff, just wish it was more stable, especially Sampletank.


Well, that's weird. I've never had any issues with it on my 2010 Mac mini or old 09 MacBook. I use version 2, though.

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...Reason ...


Forgot about that! I had an old version of Reason Adapted that I loved. I was sad when I upgraded to OSX Mavericks and Reason stopped working. Redrum was great for programming drum tracks.


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NI half off sale right now too, check the thread and save big.


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