In short, Abuser from Audiomodern is a sound source from the 70's generation of analogue synthesizer patches that offer simply controls and a neat UI to do it with. That may not sound like much, but given that the library is based around shaping those sound sources into styles of your own with further effects from your DAW or Kontakt much the same as was done 40 years ago with tape machines and strange spring reverbs, it's appeal shines through quite quickly in just a short amount of time.
32 Patches is not much though and I do think that a few more unusual FX or Pad sounds could have been added to it's list of Basses, Synth and Lead sounds that it ships with. On balance this would add weight to it's (Usual) 29 Euro price tag.
However there is no knocking it's raw sound quality, that begs you to question if it's really a sample based shining through with some really dirty and retro analogue sounds. I for one love the Synth and Lead sounds, that with a simple adjustment here and there and with the addition of some large reverbs, really give you a great sense of the period these sounds seem to come from.
Abuser is going to feature in my next musical journeys one way or another. And Audiomodern is quickly becoming a developer to watch with a host of stylish and eclectic offerings to start them off.
If you want a quick and dirty addition to your tracks without searching far and wide, then this may very well all you need.