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A video review of the new synth from Lethal Audio

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Virtual Sampler/Sample Player from Lethal Audio .

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Public price: $199 incl. VAT

Lethal Audio recently released Lethal, a crisp-sounding "rompler"-style software instrument with a heavy emphasis on EDM, but which will also be useful for pop, rock, hip-hop, and film scoring.

Here’s our video review of this new synth.

 

 

8/10
Pros
  • Excellent sound quality — very clean
  • 5GB sound library
  • Lots of sound-shaping options
  • Programmable arpeggiator with useful presets
  • Programmable trance gate with useful presets
  • Excellent sounding effects
  • Easy to Navigate GUI
  • Expansion packs will be free until June 2017
  • Excellent EDM-oriented features
Cons
  • A tad pricey
  • “Rompler” architecture somewhat limiting
  • No PDF manual
  • Not enough complete drum kits in drum section

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