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tungsten carbide
tungsten carbide
15 February 2012 at 6:06pm

Agreed - this sucka turns samples into patches, instantly! That is schweet. The one downside is that it's a 32-bit program, so if your're running a 64-bit DAW that doesn't have bridging (I'm lookin' at YOU, Studio One V2!), then you are out of luck.

a1audio.de
a1audio.de
17 August 2013 at 10:41am

i simply used jBridge to get Harmor (32-bit) working in my Presonus Studio One (64-bit) ...

but of course i agree that image-line should come up with a real 64-bit version .

maybe this helps :).

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T-CM11
T-CM11
26 October 2013 at 4:42pm

The 64-bit version is out ;-) And it's at version 1.3.

Sendy
Sendy
26 October 2013 at 12:24pm

Spot on review, FarleyCZ. A great but somewhat confused (or confusing) synth, which I mainly use for it's powerful and transparent resynthesis abilities, it can turn voices and other samples into sonic taffy with a minimum of fuss. Creating synth patches on it? That hasn't really happened for me, but I'm sure others would gel with that part of it.

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Resetti
Resetti
8 September 2017 at 5:50am

Yes, no doubt, Harmor is a wonderful synth. Image-line updated to 64-bit most of it's synths a few years ago. On my system I run both the 32 and 64-bit versions with Sonar Platinum. Thanks, aumordia for a very concise, well thought out, review.

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MutantHero
MutantHero
13 April 2019 at 2:08pm

Need help with presets. A bunch of FXP format Harmor presets I made will not load into a newer version of Harmor! I have noticed that .FST presets load fine! H.E.L.P.

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