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DreamStation DXi2

Synth (Analogue / Subtractive) Plugin by Audio Simulation
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DreamStation DXi2 has an average user rating of 4.11 from 9 reviews

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User Reviews by KVR Members for DreamStation DXi2

Reviewed By theorize [read all by] on May 28th, 2008
Version reviewed: 2 on Windows.
Last edited by theorize on 28th May 2008.
LFO Speed mod destinations, and a stereo delay just for the helluvit, and I would have the damn perfect VA


Overall good documentation with an excellent reference section.


I'm not really a preset banger myself, but if i were the type to find a preset to tweak into something more personalized, I would probably be very pleased with the default bank. It is very utilitarian.

Cust. Support

This product has reached the end of its life cycle, therefore there is no official support provided by the developer, yet it has it's own section at the Audio-Simulation forums (the developer). I have never experienced a need to receive customer support for this product, although I am pleased with the developer's support for products that are in active development from Audio-Simulation, especially considering the youth of said product (DreamStion II(the host)).


It's free. Instant 10.


It's never crashed or behaved unpredicably for me. As I've already said its sound is very predicable. So i cannot give any negative marks here.


In short, this synth is a no-nonsense general purpose synth, with a broad sonic potential, and is free.

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Comments & Discussion for Audio Simulation DreamStation DXi2

Discussion: Active
16 December 2011 at 7:27am

Not working in Windows 7 SP 1 on MacBookPro under Bootcamp, can´t find the "CWDXPX1.DLL" in FL Studio 10.0.2

24 January 2016 at 7:18pm

Works for me on Windows 10 x64 using Synapse Audio Orion 8.6 (32-bit).

2 November 2020 at 10:06am

Looks like this has gone west download links to some unrelated website.

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