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  • Devil's_TigerDevil's_Tiger

    Very good

    Waves CodexPublished on 10/22/14 at 03:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The price / performance ratio with the introduction rate ($ 75) was a really good deal. A 200 € I would think most already, but that does not change its quality.

    I have many vst as the result Komplete 9, Serum, and many others, and he is very good place overall.

    With experience, I would do this choice. I decided to put this review just because I disagree with what is said above:
    - Serum has nothing to do with Codex.
    - Codex was found to have a less brutal than his Serum, placing it next to a Serum and not in opposition. The sequencer and treatments on the oscillators make it very different from Serum.
    - Both synths are clearly without bug and done compared to what is said, it do…
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    The price / performance ratio with the introduction rate ($ 75) was a really good deal. A 200 € I would think most already, but that does not change its quality.

    I have many vst as the result Komplete 9, Serum, and many others, and he is very good place overall.

    With experience, I would do this choice. I decided to put this review just because I disagree with what is said above:
    - Serum has nothing to do with Codex.
    - Codex was found to have a less brutal than his Serum, placing it next to a Serum and not in opposition. The sequencer and treatments on the oscillators make it very different from Serum.
    - Both synths are clearly without bug and done compared to what is said, it does not take two weeks to get out something like Codex, so they both had a parallel development and proximity output is the coincidence that the attempt to copy.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    I have a laptop-based i5 ultra low voltage, so no face powerful desktop versions. Serum frequently to lock the machine because it requires too much CPU, Codex is also very greedy and does so, but already less than Serum.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The app is very stable, but still tasty.
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  • Spread_of_soundSpread_of_sound

    Frankly quickly

    Waves CodexPublished on 10/08/14 at 22:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Yes I'm trying all I can vst.


    I think it's cut and paste Bacler serum xfer that came out there's max two weeks.
    it is not at all responsive as it and the design is much moin attractive (it's still all waves plug ugly as their first element vst that I bought as it would serve me the lesson)

    Honestly after we can make good sound robotic with the scan frequency and unique slots 6 and Matrix mod. but between us, 6 slots for modulation Envide ... I tell them that we are in 2014 and nothing with mass that came out there's a long time, you could already apply much modulation click drag (same with the exception that serum can add more) I find it inconceivably poverty, fm is fast enough to …
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    Yes I'm trying all I can vst.


    I think it's cut and paste Bacler serum xfer that came out there's max two weeks.
    it is not at all responsive as it and the design is much moin attractive (it's still all waves plug ugly as their first element vst that I bought as it would serve me the lesson)

    Honestly after we can make good sound robotic with the scan frequency and unique slots 6 and Matrix mod. but between us, 6 slots for modulation Envide ... I tell them that we are in 2014 and nothing with mass that came out there's a long time, you could already apply much modulation click drag (same with the exception that serum can add more) I find it inconceivably poverty, fm is fast enough to deal with this is cool, and there's an FM knob at the filter, j ' did not receive too much yet but it sounds as ca.

    The Distortion is no different algorythm to propose the crusher bit too ... phew sorry but I am outraged by this plug supposedly wonderful.

    Really poor, but hey it's cheap so I shall give.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Mac book pro, 16GB ram, core i7 3.3 ghz. 512 ssd.

    I do not understand why the question I hear about tablet, but at least if you want a nice vst wavetable, opt for Serum Xfer is really crazy (missing may be a small sequence)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think this vst is not reactive at all, there is a little latency as if we were on what hardware !!

    on the other hand is very stable, no crash or other bug.
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