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Gemini Synthesizer

Gemini Synthesizer has an average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

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User Reviews by KVR Members for Gemini Synthesizer

Reviewed By sampliist [read all by] on May 6th, 2013
Version reviewed: 7 on Windows

Completely fabulous plugin. Awesome sound awesome GUI + Great preset browser. For $29, it should be in everyones VST folder.

All the sounds so far are excellent, easy to use.

The GUI is very sharp and smooth on the eyes. But the presets sound very good as-is. That is one of the great things about this, if you are a fan of great sounding presets then this is your synth vst.

Synth, Raw Lead, Bassline.. It's not a analogue synth, it's a digital synth.

Get it, at this price it is a no-brainer.

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User Reviews of older versions

Reviewed By Numanoid [read all by] on May 11th, 2012
Version reviewed: Vista on Windows.
Last edited by Numanoid on 22nd July 2012.

This is a reasonably priced "bread & butter" synth, especially useful for musicians working with trance, psy-trance or psy-chill/dub.

It features two oscillators with five waveforms to choose from, and LFO. Each Oscillator is accompanied by a filter with five different band pass settings to choose from.

You get two sequencers to play with, with speed ut to 128x, and glide function, for some complex patterns

Rounding off the package is the effect section which consists of delay and reverb.

It comes with 180 presets, which are very well programmed and shows what the synth is capable of. A free expansion pack of presets is available for registered users.

A major drawback on the fun factor though is that there is no easy "right-click" MIDI learn, you get a xls file included alongside the synth that lists the MIDI values, but this means you got to know the corresponding values on your controller, and if your controller (like mine) doesn't have a display means you have to dig out the manual from the bottom of the closet, or wherever you thought you remember you put it.........

[Edit update: The synth was tested as standalone in SAVI host. But there is no problem with easy MIDI learning in FL Studio for instance, using the "Tools->Last tweaked->Link to controller" method]

A novel thing is that one can change the color of the panel and the back light, selections can be made between red, grey and blue, depending on your mood of the day I guess ;-)

It was published in 2009, and to my ears it still rocks pretty awesome. An attractive package that is a sound investment, especially seeing the price segment the product is placed in.

Comments & Discussion for Audioxygen Gemini Synthesizer

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murnau
murnau
9 May 2013 at 5:50pm

really? tried the demo - it sounds very weak to me. i can't follow your 10 points.

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