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Ranzor
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Posted - 2012/05/18 :  15:38:24  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Ranzor's homepage  Reply with quote
I highly recommend Synth1, which is a FREE virtual analog synth: http://www.geocities.jp/daichi1969/softsynth/#down.

Even though the UI might be a bit ugly, you can still get some very phatt sounds.


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Archefluxx
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Posted - 2012/05/18 :  15:53:51  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Archefluxx's homepage  Reply with quote
I use Nexus purely for it's piano samples and for layering on leads. Im absolutely opposed to using it too much or depending on it. It frustrated me when I saw that Sy & Unknown effectively did a Nexus tutorial Future Music Magazine.

Use synths. Even with presets you learn so much more. Sylenth1, Z3ta+, Zebra, Vstation, even the free Fruity ones are worth a look at. Get nexus, but just use it to layer - Layer to get more depth in your track. Nothing more boring than single layer leads and singler layer raw basslines imo


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Hard2Get
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Posted - 2012/05/18 :  23:48:33  Show profile  Send a private message  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Ranzor:
I highly recommend Synth1, which is a FREE virtual analog synth: http://www.geocities.jp/daichi1969/softsynth/#down.

Even though the UI might be a bit ugly, you can still get some very phatt sounds.



Yeah great synth. I originally got it because it was suggested by Jon Doe in a thread on ush in like 2003.


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