tehlord wrote:There are a few things that Sylenth just nailed.
1) The unison/supersaw sounds fantastic. Very easy to dial in just the right amount, and it sounds good everywhere. A lot of synths have a small unison sweet spot, Sylenth has a massive one.
2) The filter sounds good. It doesn't sound analogue, it doesn't sound fat and dirty, it just sounds good.
3) The envelopes are made of voodoo. I don't know how Lennar did it, but the envelopes are always 'just right'.