I used two Kawai K3 single cycle waves in Audioterm to make a wavetable via interpolation. I use the formant filter with a downward curving envelope from max to min. I made a WT file and drug it into Harmor. I filtered a bit and added a simple envelope. It works.
The most popular synth lead used by Happy the Man or early Jan Hammer group and it should be simular to how it sounds like. This can only work with FL studio since I created it using just FL Studio. Abstract it to Image-line/FL studio 11/Data/patches/plugin presets/generators/harmor foulder. Actually you can abstract it anywhere you want on your computer and just enjoy this particular lead.
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.
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.
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.