Try all synths from all those brands? That would take a long time. I guess when someone asks for advice like in this thread, they want to avoid having to download and test lots of plugins, and instead rely on the experience of others and save a lot of time.maniacoli wrote:Diva and Sylenth1 is a perfect start overall. To be honest there are many good VST Plugins out there, so You should try as many as You can before investing money. For Your musical Taste You should check out all Synths from Arturia, Native Instrumens, GeForce, Roland, Synapse Audio, Dmitry Sches, KV331 Audio, Spectrasonics, Reveal Sound, u-he, Xfer and LennarDigital, to name a few.
I have them all, so hit me up if u have any questions
Diva and Sylenth1 are rather expensive, while doing similar things. I think it would make more sense to get one good subtractive synth, one that is very different (wavetable, FM or whatever), and one rompler.