Well in most cases I would go for MSoundFactory anytime because I can't stand limitations and because at the end it offers more versatility and power. The deepness is optional and if I would like to get some of it and needs a learning curve, that's perfect too, because I know there will be more possibilities even if I have to learn more, I save the presets and I can go for a quicker workflow already; that will not cost money.yellowmix wrote: ↑Wed Jun 05, 2019 6:53 pmIn most cases I would turn to PP before MSF because I don't have time to work with that modulation system and I can get great results quickly with PP. I don't mind menu diving but it costs money.JunSev wrote: ↑Wed Jun 05, 2019 5:46 pmBut this is only true because Phaseplant doesn't have the deepness, possibilities and versatility that MSoundFactory and Falcon has for each module and FX possibilities, also because you barely need to go trough tabs, one of the main reasons some people dislike the last two.
Also, the point of the Snap-Ins is elegant simplicity and synergy, which works really well in PP. Melda-style FX in PP would bog it down and be non-poly, and KH FX in MSF would actually speed up the workflow and be fully poly. PP and MSF simply have two different paradigms but ultimately can deliver the same level of results, so get both and enjoy the best of both worlds.
Again, what I'm trying to specify is no, PhasePlant (is a good, powerful and versatile synthesizer) can't be compared to MSoundFactory or Falcon.