D N A wrote:First, describe electronic music
For some people it's J.M. Jarre, for other it's Beatport stuff or some stuff like Avicii, David Guetta etc.
As far as I remember Diversion had lot of modern sounding presets which makes me think that you're interested more in "modern electronic music". In such scenario Diversion is nice, also Sylenth with great factory bank.
If you need fat basses then how about NI Massive ?
If you're on the budget then maybe pick something which is already on sale ?
Synapse Dune is for 99 $
FX Pansion DCAM Synth Squad is for 99 $
FAW Circle for 69 $ is also great deal but it's hmm not a monster synth - it reminds me V-Station - just good features packed in nice workflow.
On the other hand some people may automatically think: subtractive = analog = warm bla bla ? If that's the case then pick Diva - great sound but kills my CPU, or Zebra or Xils-Lab stuff.
ps. how many synths do we have left ? There is Zebra as always, there is Diva, Dune, Sylenth, Massive, Synth SQuad, Circle, Xils Lab
Electronic music, is well, basically anything that's electronic. I didn't specify genres or artists since I just produce anything I have in my head.
Mostly I am doing pure electronic music, with the rare, occasional use of vocals. For me my type of electronic music is anything that isn't from the radio and popular pop artist. I take pride in being different.
If I post some audio examples, people will just insult and flame me, from my past experience in KVR.