Soft synths

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by merin101, Nov 13, 2003.

  1. merin101

    merin101 New Member

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    I Am currently using the yamaha XG soft synth - Any other soft synths on the market ?
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    ZelRiptha Thnow White but I drifted Staff Member Super Mod

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    rpalmer83 New Member

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    There was another one developed by a japanese man which worked on systems as low as a 486 DX 33 and even worked under windows 3.1!

    It was quite good, almost as good as the Yamaha SYG-20 SoftSynth and was very cpu/memory unintensive. I'm not sure what it was called or if its still available.

    anyone know?
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    ZelRiptha Thnow White but I drifted Staff Member Super Mod

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    How about Reason or Absynth -- both sound great.
    I've messed around with Tokyo as well, but its tough to get it sequenced with other software.
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    try junoX2 as that's pretty good if you want hoover sounds, of F7. But my personal fav is the ES2 in Logic. That synth is the bee's knee's.
  7. ManE

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    Just a few, but the best, as far as my needs go...

    Arturia Moog Modular, an emulation of the moog!!

    Absynth 2.5 by Native instruments, beautiful pads and atmospheric sounds.

    Reaktor 4, the monster! again by NI

    Novation virtual bass station and FM7

    With these, and a few good VST/Dx plugins, everything is possible!
    :borg:

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