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  • original and interesting

    Xen-Arts Xenharmonic FMTSPublished on 07/01/11 at 03:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    vsti a .dll file that contains a chord rglages.

    ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

    cpu consumption in the standard.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I am amazed to find no echoes concerning this free synth.
    First I like his sound: clear, transparent, possibly rich in small subtle modulations, disharmonic and contrles.
    Then it really is original in its concept and microtuning fm synthesis.
    The manual is trssrieusement ESTABLISHED and complete.

    However, some limitations:
    This is not an instrument to do everything, but it contains sounds that interests me.
    Curiously the amount of algorithms does not add much to synthesis.
    The parameters are not accessible from hte software, at least not yet......
    Read more
    vsti a .dll file that contains a chord rglages.

    ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

    cpu consumption in the standard.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I am amazed to find no echoes concerning this free synth.
    First I like his sound: clear, transparent, possibly rich in small subtle modulations, disharmonic and contrles.
    Then it really is original in its concept and microtuning fm synthesis.
    The manual is trssrieusement ESTABLISHED and complete.

    However, some limitations:
    This is not an instrument to do everything, but it contains sounds that interests me.
    Curiously the amount of algorithms does not add much to synthesis.
    The parameters are not accessible from hte software, at least not yet (an update coming?).
    See less
  • original and interesting

    Xen-Arts Xenharmonic FMTSPublished on 07/01/11 at 03:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    vsti, a. dll, folder that contains the tuning.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    cpu consumption in the standard.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm surprised to find no echo on this synth free.
    First of all I like the sound: clear, transparent, possibly rich in small subtle modulations, disharmonious and controlled.
    Then it is truly original in its concept and synthesis microtuning fm.
    The manual is very carefully prepared and complete.

    Some limitations, however:
    This is not an instrument to do everything, but it contains sounds that interests me.
    Surprisingly the amount of algorithms does not bring much to the synthesis.
    The parameters are not accessible from the host software, at least......
    Read more
    vsti, a. dll, folder that contains the tuning.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    cpu consumption in the standard.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I'm surprised to find no echo on this synth free.
    First of all I like the sound: clear, transparent, possibly rich in small subtle modulations, disharmonious and controlled.
    Then it is truly original in its concept and synthesis microtuning fm.
    The manual is very carefully prepared and complete.

    Some limitations, however:
    This is not an instrument to do everything, but it contains sounds that interests me.
    Surprisingly the amount of algorithms does not bring much to the synthesis.
    The parameters are not accessible from the host software, at least not yet (an update to come?).
    See less
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