the interface on this beauty imho is one of the best I have seen, it has a stealthy black finish but at the same time very easy to read, and it doesn't take to long to realise where everything is on it either.
here it is folks the sound reveiw. well this thing is a trance machine (if thats your thing) it has alot of detune to make those nice cutting leads and pads. the synth has a bunch of wavforms to use and mix with all the oscillators as well as adding frequenct modulation circa the fm slider. this synth is equally good at basses creating nice warped german offbeat basshits are snappy uk style dance hits, it also has a nice cutoff and a slide to make those crazy breakbeat/techno basslines. with the included lfo's and fx you can make all sorts of weird fx sounds from winds and rain to classic atari sounds beep and bleeps and laser hits. this is the ultimate freeware synth for its sound, big and clean.
Definitly not a one trick pony, this is a truly flexible va with many possibillities for sound creation and tweakability.
Documentation was tricky as there wasn't much but what was there was easy to understand.
The included Presets were good but the sounds were not easy to find with the names of the presets, but that didn't bother me as I ended up building a bunch of my own saved sounds.
I never needed support but from what I have seen on this forum he was quick to reply to others questions and quick with bugfixes on all his work.
great value for the money...nothing, now go get your self some lolapalooza
this thing has survived everyrun without a problem on my machine and thats a miricle.
all in all this has become a nice peice of kit in my virtual arsenal