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alkis
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  • Synplant:

But I rarely use it and prefer to fiddle around with Ableton Live’s built in Synths and Samplers.

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Neon_Music
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Nexus 2, Kontakt :)

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pietrogirardi
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U-he Diva. It replaced all the others vst synths.

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BigBouncyBright
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Sonic Academy ANA is great. Now it’s my favourite VSTi. It doesn’t loose in sound in compare with NI Massive and LinPlug Albino3, but it’s really user friendly and rather cheap ;)

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FHR
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in the world is a lot of synths :) I would like to note – Rob Papen LinPlug Albino

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Octopusic
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I have had many plugins over the years. I recently broke my computer and I had to redo the daw on an old laptop so I had to look for light plugins for it. Since then It’s amazing how much music I’m doing only with Spectrasonics Trilogy and Atmosphere.

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FHR
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Yes! All Spectrasonics (Omnisphere, Stylus and Trilian) is Cool too! :)

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AndySlatter
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... Computer Music Magazine version of …
Yet another CMM reader :D
Very useful magazine, good tips, good software reviews and good freebies there. Can’t recommend it enough.
Same here, I never miss an issue! Bought the latest edition yesterday and am looking forward to trying out the latest freebie: “Synthmaster CM” which I will have a dabble with this afternoon.
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SoundFix
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... Computer Music Magazine version of …
Yet another CMM reader :D
Very useful magazine, good tips, good software reviews and good freebies there. Can’t recommend it enough.
Same here, I never miss an issue! Bought the latest edition yesterday and am looking forward to trying out the latest freebie: “Synthmaster CM” which I will have a dabble with this afternoon.

I’m going to subscribe to this, it sounds awesome and perfectly suited to what we all do on here!

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AndySlatter
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... Computer Music Magazine version of …
Yet another CMM reader :D
Very useful magazine, good tips, good software reviews and good freebies there. Can’t recommend it enough.
Same here, I never miss an issue! Bought the latest edition yesterday and am looking forward to trying out the latest freebie: “Synthmaster CM” which I will have a dabble with this afternoon.
I’m going to subscribe to this, it sounds awesome and perfectly suited to what we all do on here!

You won’t regret it Sam, I’d recommend it to anyone (buy it through the app store if you can’t get the physical copy, it has download links for the software and samples).

A large part of my sample library is built from ten years worth of CM magazine samples. I learned lots from the monthly video- producer master classes, the free plugins are awesome, and it’s the best place to keep up with the latest techniques/software/news.

http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/computer-music-issue-185-plugins-reloaded-on-sale-now-566587
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