WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC

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2006/01/27 19:02:02 (permalink)

WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC

WHAT HAS THE BEST SOUNDS SAMPLETANK 2XL OR DIMENSION PRO
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    agincourtdb
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/27 20:42:25 (permalink)
    Dimension Pro.


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    solar28
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/27 21:28:49 (permalink)
    zeta+.
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    attalus
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/27 21:29:42 (permalink)
    I have not heard sampletank 2, but i can say as a sampler/synth dimension pro is awesome and one of the best i've heard. but don't take my word for it listen to some of the demo clips here on this site.
    post edited by attalus - 2006/01/27 21:33:19
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    fac
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/28 00:25:36 (permalink)
    Cheeze Machine

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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/28 04:03:00 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: fac

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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/28 13:06:37 (permalink)
    Triton Extreme.
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    Jesse G
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/28 13:17:38 (permalink)
    Edirol VST LOL hahhaa
    post edited by Jesse G - 2006/01/28 13:20:50

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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/28 13:30:46 (permalink)
    the emulator x studio if i can get it to work...
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/28 15:43:20 (permalink)
    Not tried Dimension Pro but Sampletank 2 XL is exceptional value for money for "bread and butter" sounds.

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    wigworld
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/28 16:15:54 (permalink)
    Whichever you get, make sure you use this with it: http://news.harmony-central.com/Newp/2002/Talent.html - it's an effect rather than a synth, but it goes in your audio track after the synth.
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    lawapa
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/28 20:34:59 (permalink)
    SampleTank, SonicSynth,Omnisynth are all romplers. And as such they do have great sounds. If all you want to do is do sounds, Atmosphere and Trilogy and well you get the Idea. Dimension is not a rompler but it can function as one. If at some point you'd like to PLAY with sound get Dimension Pro. Want to tweak thoses presets? Do dimension. It's open ended and allows sound maniplulation on a level that a rompler can only drean of. The others allow some messin around but serrious sound design is only possible in something like Dimension. Choose a preset and play? get a rompler. Easy, fast, no complicated anything. Be warned though if you get Dimension, you will get the bug and want all the cakewalk synths. Think p5-2, in it you'l get quite a few software synths and well tons of fun too.
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/29 13:50:50 (permalink)
    Nothing compares to the Tassman 4 and the UltraAnalog-1 from AppliedAcousticsSystems, don't buy anything before you have tried them out. I guarantee you, they will blow everything else away. Besides, Tassman is modular, you can build your own synths exactly the way you want them, and you can use Tassman's FX sections as inserts on your tracks. Awesome sound quality and great value for money. Best $ I've ever spent on software instruments. And I've spent some....
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/29 16:36:02 (permalink)
    I have Tassman. Bit of a bear by way of learning curve if you want to build your own synths but it rocks. If your an audio/comp geek it has some power to it. But as a starter synth? I'd be hard pressed to say start here. But options it has, and tons of em.
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    awilki01
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/30 12:13:28 (permalink)
    What about Absynth 3? I was looking at that today and the demos sound really neat...
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/30 12:21:27 (permalink)
    VAZ Modular

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    lawapa
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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/30 21:05:02 (permalink)
    OH now were cooking. Vaz is one of those synths that if you love to tweak it can occupy you for quite a while. It does help if you have some knowledge of modular synth set up.

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    RE: WHATS THE BEST SYNTHESIZER FOR PC 2006/01/31 00:24:52 (permalink)
    i like Reason Synths Malstrom & Subtractor
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