Maybe someone else recognises irony when he sees some...rlared wrote:I have no idea what you're talking about my friendmartinjuenke wrote:I‘m really looking forward to helping you finding the right wife...
We will discuss that task in due scrutiny. Hope so (with pictures please...)
VST, AU, AAX, etc. plug-in Virtual Instruments discussion
- 2342 posts since 28 Dec, 2015 from Germany
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Flowing atmospheric music
- 1318 posts since 17 Sep, 2016
If you find the "right" wife, you should have no money to spend on hobbies...
Windows 10; with instruments from AIR, Ample Sound, AAS, Cakewalk, IK Multimedia, iZotope, KV331, NI, Seaweed Audio, SONiVOX, TAL, Tracktion, u-he, Way Out Ware, XLN, others...
- 275 posts since 10 Sep, 2015 from You haven't unlocked this character yet
My wife buys me mine.martinjuenke wrote:Lucky onerlared wrote:My wife is awesome. . . lets me buy synths.
j/k...I just couldn't resist saying that.
...and the electron responded, "what wall?"
- 4924 posts since 7 Oct, 2005
I think I still prefer many smaller different synths from different developers than one giant all in one synth/instrument.rlared wrote:After further review, I'm just gonna keep both of them. Falcon is just too damn good to get rid of. BUY BOTH!!!
Even for the same kind of synthesis, synths sound different. For example, yesterday I loaded Massive and Largo. Although I prefer Massive slightly more, I chose Largo for a darker/deeper character sound that fits in the music I did better.
Well, it's good that you kept Falcon as it diffinitly sounds different from Halion, so you have more choices