theaudioandvideoguy 04/26/2012

Native Instruments FM7 : theaudioandvideoguy's user review

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The FM7 by native instruments came in a bundle pack that I purchased from them. At first glance after running it as a plug in, I was a little confused own how to manipulate the presets and make them my own. But after messing around with it for a bit I had no issues. I ran it on a dual core system running windows xp. I haven't had a single crash with it. Also, it will update itself if you have internet connection and open up the update section. All you have to do is make sure the serial number is in and click on update and it will do it automatically.

As I stated , I had no issues getting it up and running. It took a little longer than expected to load into my computer. But maybe that’s because its such a big program and it comes with a lot of presets and options that any music maker would love. It has doesn’t push my cpu too much, because some plug ins will over due it and make your system crackle and pop. But I had no issues even when not using ASIO drivers.

Overall, FM 7 is a great virtual synth plug in, I have been using it since 2009 and I love Native Instruments. I have since purchased a lot of their other plug ins and virtual synths. You cant go wrong with FM 7you will love the presets and you can change them and make them your own and even save them and give them a new name since you basically created them . When you purchase FM7 you will be setting a good foundation for your collection of synths and sounds. Though, I am not a big fan of a lot of the basses though, they just don’t have the thickness that I like. But besides though everything else is perfect.