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  • AlanForPresidentAlanForPresident

    a good buy

    Andreas Ersson PolyIblitPublished on 06/06/12 at 22:29
    The Andreas Ersson Polylblit is a vintage synth that can still be used in todays music depending on what type of music you are into or that you create. There are a lot of vintage sounding synths , modules and vst’s that come out all the time and its hard to tell which ones are good before you have to purchase them because most of them down offer demo or trial versions but I will say that If you invest in the it you wont be upset with your decision (as long as you are into vintage sounds). don’t purchase it thinking you are going to get some up to date stuff that some of the other synths..


    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Setting up was pretty quick, I didn’t have some small issues with …
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    The Andreas Ersson Polylblit is a vintage synth that can still be used in todays music depending on what type of music you are into or that you create. There are a lot of vintage sounding synths , modules and vst’s that come out all the time and its hard to tell which ones are good before you have to purchase them because most of them down offer demo or trial versions but I will say that If you invest in the it you wont be upset with your decision (as long as you are into vintage sounds). don’t purchase it thinking you are going to get some up to date stuff that some of the other synths..


    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Setting up was pretty quick, I didn’t have some small issues with it taking a really long time to load up and open , also it can get a little slow when running more versions of it at the same time in the same song. If that happends I generally just track out the sequence and import it back in in .wav format then I can get ride of some of the vst’s running.


    OVERALL OPINION

    The sounds are great, nice and vintage it was exactly what I was looking for at the time. I still use it here and there but not all the time just because I don’t want to use vintage sounds in some of my work. Which is always the problem, do you want to invest in a vintage module if you arent going to use it that much? But its always good to have on hand and it will come in handy sometimes. I am glad that I have this and will always keep it in my plug ins and pull it out when I need it. I just had the load time, but it only loads slow maybe 25 percent of the times that I used it, it could be a different plug in causing it to load slow.
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  • pekchpekch

    Andreas Ersson PolyIblitPublished on 06/12/06 at 15:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Easy installation with no prob

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Small config: AMD Sempron 1.8ghz/carte mother and sound card base/512 ram / xp sp1/hote: Ableton Live 5.2

    stable, low fuel consumption, no problemo

    OVERALL OPINION

    Clear, very nice interface and ergonomics effective
    who type sounds (I love it especially for acid sound, but it is capable of anything)
    I recreated most of the sounds I was originally on the Reason Subtractor no problem, it has nothing to envy
    I like it, you'll love
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    Easy installation with no prob

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Small config: AMD Sempron 1.8ghz/carte mother and sound card base/512 ram / xp sp1/hote: Ableton Live 5.2

    stable, low fuel consumption, no problemo

    OVERALL OPINION

    Clear, very nice interface and ergonomics effective
    who type sounds (I love it especially for acid sound, but it is capable of anything)
    I recreated most of the sounds I was originally on the Reason Subtractor no problem, it has nothing to envy
    I like it, you'll love
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  • Substance87Substance87

    Andreas Ersson PolyIblitPublished on 07/22/07 at 07:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    C frankly not possible to leave the previous opinion ... it does absolutely nothing vaud this thing!

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    No dynamic panel

    OVERALL OPINION

    Arf c nul
  • Franck RFranck R

    Andreas Ersson PolyIblitPublished on 03/17/08 at 00:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Paniproblem

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Paniproblem

    OVERALL OPINION

    Many possibilities for modulation. Good oscillators, filters efficiently.

    Capable of making sounds with a grain that some will appreciate when it is pushed into a corner. In short, very well supports the load. I would say that this freeware deserves spend some more time than the person in the opinion of the previous pass.
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