There used to be a demo version, but I guess they took it down since this is supposed to be a new version of Purity (earlier pages said a 64 bit version was coming soon and I wonder if this is it?)fluffy_little_something wrote:So, how are you going to find out whether or not there is aliasing? There doesn't seem to be a demo version...
Regarding the sounds, there is a screenshot of the "synth" edit page, seems it is pretty complete, so even if some presets do not sound good, maybe one can tweak them into good ones
I don't really care if it is modern or not, I am mostly after real sounds like strings etc., but most romplers are just too big for me to download because of my internet access.
Just checked out the discontinued Ravity, it had a nice user interface. They should have built on that, looked much more solid than that flimsy Wavestation silver-blueish GUI.
For someone like you the Mixcraft DAW could be interesting, it comes with lots of samples as well, unfortunately they can't be used outside Mixcraft
Unfortunately, on this speaker setup I'm using now, I probably couldn't hear the aliasing, but I may email Skycha again and see if I can get my forum info back so I can download Ravity (S) anyway.
I still need those strings to use with my Hyper Canvas. Dimension Pro's strings are really fiddly, and it's now a toss-up between Symphony Strings 2 from esoundz and Purity (which comes with a lot of other stuff that I'll find useful...)