User Reviews by KVR Members for Absynth
Version reviewed: 7 on Windows.
Last edited by LasBas on 9th September 2017.
Version reviewed: 5 on Mac.
Last edited by groovizm on 10th January 2011.
Version reviewed: 4 on Mac.
Last edited by weaponEX on 14th December 2008.
Version reviewed: latest on Windows.
Last edited by mdg on 19th October 2004.
Version reviewed: 2.01 on Windows.
Last edited by MarkM on 13th November 2003.
Latest 11 reviews from a total of 11
4 numbers after the point in absynth.(osc)
That is why more imaginable.
rosko12 didn't completely understand the Absynth, so he wrote a lot of non sense.
Re: 25th October 2013 review.
I nearly stopped reading at, "arbitrary set of parameters"...And I suggest any potential buyer/demo-er synthesist possessing the slightest amount of patience to -learn- a software do the same. Absynth's interface is the only issue I've personally ever had with the synth, however be aware that with a proper understanding of this instrument there are sounds and performance features to be had that young lad Massive can presently only dream to achieve.
I say these things being a owner of the nice Massive synthesizer myself. One must have a massive amount of respect for the Deep programming potential and complex modular synthesis that Absynth can provide the right user. I would even go so far as to say that Absynth is more than likely one of the most complex software synthesizers ever developed and requires a good measure of patience/study (versus a need for instant gratification) in order to understand that statement.
I don't think it's reasonable to write such a review.
If you would write, "I didn't feel comfortable with the UI of Absynth so i had no motivation to explore it", that would be okay.
But don't adjudicate something you obviousley don't understand...
Mess around with this and mess around with that, what a silly "review".
What nonsense this review is, Absynth is a very deep and capable piece of software indeed.
Guys, what the file format inside SIT archived file "Cubico AbSynth"? Unpacked SIT and inside was file named "Cubico suitcase" without extension and with strange file header "CLaM"... cannot figured out how to use this "bank"...