i agree with the previous review 100%; that this is a very twisted synth and very underrated. this synth has a very wide range of sounds not just harsh but it is capable of your everyday basses and leads. the mutate feature is one of the best things i have seen on a vsti ever.
the new teaser presets are good and im deffinatly going to buy the full version when it come out.
my only problem with this synth was the gui; i found it a bit bunched together and bland. the way this things sound it should have a bright green color scheme with toxic barrels spilling in the back ground and monsters creeping.
can run alittel cpu hungry at times..
tiny god is very good with their customer support; i have asked them many questions and have alwys recieved a promt reply.
if your looking for sounds that are a bit out the ordinary DL this NOW!
Reviewed By [read all by] on 28th January 2003 Version reviewed: 1.09 on Windows
Here on K-v-R posters constantly praise products as "sick" and "twisted," yet this--the sickest and most twisted synth of all--has (until now) yet to be reviewed! Come on guys and gals, put your money where your mouth is! Russell Borogove has created the most interesting VSTi out there, and at 25 bucks it's a total steal. The original presets are pretty good, and the new presets by Ben Crosland are extremely inventive (more by Ben are promised). The synth's interface is a little cluttered, but it gets the job done. And the flexibility is amazing. This thing is capable of an amazing array of sounds. The coolest thing is the randomize and morph features, which allow the user to create utterly original sounds at the click of a mouse. This isn't just a VSTi--it's almost a work of art unto itself.