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Native Instruments Absynth 3
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Native Instruments Absynth 3

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

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Anonymous
Published on 08/18/05 at 17:41
Well I had the opportunity to try Absynth 3 thanks a friend ...
And since there is no notice, I give mine:

On my implementation of APRS as I understand, it's super simple.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

L is still great:
MAUDIO with a good sound is huge, but it is thundering, is that by unplug the card and playing with the sound card to the motherboard bin ...
the sound is extra (but need the push, can we operate with a squanceur background etc.. I doubt if even

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
as I said, I just test in passing (and playing via midi keyboard)

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
most: incredible sounds, trs further, we can refine the extreme To create endless tablecloths and modulation effects ...
the least: I look more complicated than the FM7 program ...

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
the FM7: diffrent objective of these two synths

- How do you report qualitprix?
Extra! frankly for that price, it was an incredible synth coterait more than 10 times more expensive hardware.

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
I have no exprience ...

CONCLUSION: I am in love with this synth and I have to. But beware: this is a Premire impression. I believe fate CRER groundwater or loops (like the first records of Klaus Schultze, or accompanying trans etc.).

Important: the sounds seem pretty typs: it would be wise to cost a bit before buying ...

I put 9 / 10 but I RPET: I did not test this keyboard a lot.
If anything should happen to tarnish my Premire impression, I will soon know about this forum.
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