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Native Instruments Absynth 2
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Native Instruments Absynth 2

Virtual Modular Synth from Native Instruments belonging to the Absynth series.

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Native Instruments Absynth 2Published on 03/15/04 at 02:53
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You have to enter the edit mode and complexity have a good grounding in the design and a little patience too.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

- Athlon 850
- 512 RAM
- WIN 2000
- Audiophile 24/96
- Monitoring Alesis M1 MKII
It nikel in perf.

OVERALL OPINION

Few months of use.
The sound is of exceptional puretprsence (for my taste).
This is certainly the soft synth have.
In addition, I chopp the banks of Native Instruments and there are really pearls (Thanks Mr Devine: P)

C'tait just to give a note.
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Native Instruments Absynth 2Published on 07/12/04 at 16:23
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Included in the NI Komplete 2 Bundle, Installation is as simple rvle all.

I have not opened the manual once, it comes with the bundle is, after all K2 succinct.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

M on a PIV 1.4 Ghz, Absynth 2 consumes few resources and it has a trs good news. We feel that dveloppeurs have optimized DSP algorithms to a minimum.

OVERALL OPINION

Absynth softsynth is the ultimate. Of course, compared to other softsynth's market it's really not easy handle. It is better to have some knowledge of sound synthse before launching. Not recommended for beginners so ...

The presets refltent some capacity (as often elsewhere). All these features make it a limitless (FM, samples,......
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Included in the NI Komplete 2 Bundle, Installation is as simple rvle all.

I have not opened the manual once, it comes with the bundle is, after all K2 succinct.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

M on a PIV 1.4 Ghz, Absynth 2 consumes few resources and it has a trs good news. We feel that dveloppeurs have optimized DSP algorithms to a minimum.

OVERALL OPINION

Absynth softsynth is the ultimate. Of course, compared to other softsynth's market it's really not easy handle. It is better to have some knowledge of sound synthse before launching. Not recommended for beginners so ...

The presets refltent some capacity (as often elsewhere). All these features make it a limitless (FM, samples, synthesizers granular, additive, comb filter, waveshaping, wave the cursor drawing ...). Among the presets is reconnatra imitations PPG, DX7, Wavestation (plus ct synthse squence wave vector that) ... the list is long trs. Brief but good.

Otherwise, it is IDAL To create textures, rhythmic pads trs complex virtual acoustic instruments (not with the same level of expressiveness ism and a Yamaha VL1 right m I). Least for bass sounds, imitation synthse subtractive analog.

Used extensively on the last album the group Yello.

I like least the graphic interface and it sounds a bit cold, but hey it's a matter of ear.
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Native Instruments Absynth 2Published on 10/01/04 at 20:16
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No bp for instalation. Tested on 98SE, Millennium and XP pro, no incompatibility meet. The config is very simple, we install and we play!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use a absynth Atlona of 1MHz, with 250 ram and a sound card fortissimo II and Sufis is no problem!

The sound is grand for a synth, I collect heard another machine with such a grain and with much power, the limit of the incredible (yes).

The sounds of plants give a ide the potential of the Fast Fashion bte but pure awareness requires a certain level of compréhention software.
From scratch you will have to experiment a while before leaving the sound you want ... it is best to take the plant as the basis for Fast......
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No bp for instalation. Tested on 98SE, Millennium and XP pro, no incompatibility meet. The config is very simple, we install and we play!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use a absynth Atlona of 1MHz, with 250 ram and a sound card fortissimo II and Sufis is no problem!

The sound is grand for a synth, I collect heard another machine with such a grain and with much power, the limit of the incredible (yes).

The sounds of plants give a ide the potential of the Fast Fashion bte but pure awareness requires a certain level of compréhention software.
From scratch you will have to experiment a while before leaving the sound you want ... it is best to take the plant as the basis for Fast Fashion.

OVERALL OPINION

I use depui 2 years (for v1) and it is a bible vertitable sound.

This machine is capable of generating sounds really Alucine, tablecloths swirls of rich, bass sounds trs punchy, rhythmic sequences of crazy! all coated with a superb quality effects: reverb, delay, chorus / flanger, but it can already be found in the sounds, the effects are just to give depth ..

I had the opportunity to have some "real" as an Access Virus synth and a Micro Modular and I admit that the sound of absynth made me change my mind on the synth. For studio work great!
The price quality ratio is very well, quickly V3!
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  • Manufacturer: Native Instruments
  • Model: Absynth 2
  • Series: Absynth
  • Category: Virtual Modular Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/15/2004

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