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Synthplant: Now thats a "green" Synth Virtual Instrument Plugins
Old 23rd April 2009
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Synthplant: Now thats a "green" Synth (hey tweaksheads..this one for ya!)

these guys must smoke some good shiat when designing thier programs

trippy as hell!!!!! and deep synth stuff too, check the "DNA"

Sonic Charge - Synplant
Old 23rd April 2009
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i just tried the demo and its pretty good. great for psy trancy stuff and ambient as well as wierd elektro sounds.

dont think you go into commercial route with this. but its sure is trippy
Old 23rd April 2009
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Its just one guy Magnus Lidström, he's Swediah, he made the Malstrom synth in Reason. I really like synplant and its on my list of things to buy.


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Old 23rd April 2009
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Thats a well cool concept
Old 23rd April 2009
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I mean...this developper is fantastic...really like the approach he's using...
Microtonic is one my favorite tools...

Congratz
Old 25th April 2009
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The interface is one of a kind and looks more inviting. Then again, green is a neutral color
Old 25th April 2009
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Synplant is ok.. Microtonic is a beast
Old 25th April 2009
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I love Microtonic and use it on every track. I tried the demo of Synplant but it didn't do it for me...
Old 26th April 2009
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Not so green. It can be manipulated genetically. heh

Great GUI. I don´t really like soft synths. But this one is
very interesting. Looks like an eye.
Old 15th January 2012
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I'm demoing Synplant now and I am amazed! Will be buying this beast for sure!
Old 15th January 2012
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I love synplant. May not have the sound of hardware but it's more fun to play with than any other instrument. I have everything from sonic charge and am so pleased I'll buy anything they put out.

Mostly synplant here, I think drums are utonic.
Old 18th January 2012
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I bought this and Microtonic now and they are wicked! I spent hours making synplant patches. It really is an amazing synth!
Old 18th January 2012
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Astonishing... really thinking about to buy it... Loved the pad sound in the video.
Old 18th January 2012
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Only 32-bit? Eh...
Old 18th January 2012
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Only 32-bit? Eh...
Bitspeek went 64-bit a while back so hopefully Synplant isn't far behind.

J
Old 18th January 2012
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Only 32-bit? Eh...
How would that matter?
Old 18th January 2012
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How would that matter?
Cause what else would there be to complain about...
Old 18th January 2012
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How would that matter?
Since upgrading to a 64-bit DAW, I've noticed a few issues bridging 32-bit VSTs. Nothing too Earth-shattering (yet), but I'd rather have native 64-bit plugs at this point.
Old 19th January 2012
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Did you notice any big improvements using 64 instead of 32 bit? I've just never thought about 64 bit and why I should go for it. Actually I don't have any clue heh
Old 19th January 2012
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The main reason I upgraded was to be able to use more than 3.2 gigs of RAM. I run Omnisphere and prior to upgrading I'd typically hit a memory wall if trying to use only 4-5 patches. Now with 8 gigs of RAM, I don't have that issue anymore heh
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