I love how this synth sounds. The included patches are pretty great. Not the easiest synth to do sound design with, but it has a unique way of modulating stuff. Can get some sounds that nobody will know how to recreate, and that is always a nice way to differentiate yourself as an artist.
Enzyme never lets you down, even if you don't have a clue about how to operate it. Hit the randomize button until you're satisfied and you'll most likely get a sound close to what you're looking for in the first 10-15 tries. I love it.
Reviewed By sacho31 [read all by] on 3rd December 2017 Version reviewed: 1.0.63 on Windows
This is, along with Native Instruments' Absynth 5, my favourite virtual instrument.
The synthesis method is quite difficult to understand, but you can quickly get a sound, thanks to the randomize function. You can use your own samples on the three parts of the synth : Hammer, Centre Wave and Masses Wave. Add a little bit of FM, an effect, a filter, press the "Danger" button, multiply the oscillators with different distributions of frequencies, and enjoy the powerful sound of Enzyme.
All parameters are tweakable by LFOs and enveloppes, and the modulation matrix is infinite.
I don't understand why nobody ever rated or reviewed this synth, because it is simply amazing. I tried a lot of VSTIs and was often disappointed by the lack of innovation, but this one is a beast.