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Synth (Analogue / Subtractive) Plugin by D16 Group
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Lush 2
LuSH-101 has been replaced by: Lush 2
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LuSH-101 by D16 Group is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
System version: Win 7, Win 8, Win 10
Software: VST compatible host application (32-bit or 64-bit)
System version: OS X 10.7 to OS X 10.15
Software: AU / VST compatible host application (32-bit or 64-bit)
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By providing "authentic analogue character" and one of the most extensive feature sets around, LuSH-101 aims to fulfill the needs of the most demanding musicians and sound designers.

Since it uses a layered architecture (up to 8 layers per instance), LuSH-101 provides endless sound-shaping possibilities. Each layer can be freely assigned to any MIDI channel or keyboard zone, and its audio output can be routed to any of the 11 available stereo busses. Layers can either be used to create a single massive sound (where all layers respond to a single MIDI channel and a single keyboard zone) or to create several discrete timbres simultaneously (where each layer sounds on a different MIDI channel), which is quite convenient compared to loading multiple instances of the same plugin for each sound. In other words, LuSH-101 is a truly multitimbral instrument with a next-generation interface that makes splits, layers, and every conceivable combination beyond simple to set up.

Each module implemented in LuSH-101 utilizes DSP algorithms of industry-leading sophistication to provide only the highest quality sound possible throughout every link in the signal chain. Each layer in LuSH-101 can work as an independent synthesizer with its own polyphony, parameters, advanced arpeggiator, and a palette of only the finest 8 insert effects. In addition to a very sophisticated MIDI-learn implementation, an advanced modulation matrix is built into each layer allowing a whole other level of expressive control. LuSH also comes complete with a powerful built in mixer with layer-independent parametric equalizers and compressors. Three high quality send effects allow you to put the finishing touches on the final output.

LuSH-101 also gives you a uniquely powerful preset management system. It allows the creation of presets for a single layer, for all 8 layers at once (including the mixer settings). But, there's more: you can even create presets for smaller blocks of parameters such as arpeggiator settings or the mixer's send effects. A generous factory library of more than 1600 presets in every flavor is included.

To top it all off, an intuitively designed preset browser keeps everything organized and easy-to-locate, even when dealing with something as enormous as the included library. In order to ensure that exchanging them with others remains as painless as possible, presets are managed in a file-based manner, rather than in some proprietary, esoteric format. Go wild, and share the results—easily.

LuSH-101 Feature Summary:

  • Multi-core support for better performance.
  • Multilayer architecture with 8 independent Layers (per-layer properties):
    • Up to 32 voices of polyphony.
    • MIDI channel.
    • Keyboard zone.
    • Audio output.
    • Synthesis:
      • Oscillators (Saw, PWM, Noise), with Supersaw and HardSync options.
      • Sub Oscillator (5 waveforms).
      • Self-oscillating, high-quality, multimode filter.
      • Passive high-pass filter.
      • Up to 8 voice unison with Tune, Cutoff and Panorama spread.
      • 2 LFOs with optional tempo synchronization and re-triggering modes (Trig, Gate, Arpe, None).
      • 2 envelopes with re-triggering modes (Trig, Gate, LFO1, LFO2).
    • Insert effect (selectable algorithms):
      • Chorus.
      • String Ensemble.
      • Phaser.
      • Flanger.
      • Distortion.
      • Vowel filter.
      • Decimator.
      • Tremolo.
    • Modulation Matrix (modulation sources):
      • Note velocity.
      • Pitch bend.
      • Modulation wheel.
      • Expression pedal.
      • Sustain pedal.
      • Keyboard's aftertouch.
      • Note pitch.
      • Arpeggiator's output.
    • Arpeggiator:
      • Step sequencer (Gate and Tie per step).
      • 6 Run modes (Up, Down, Up and Down, Down and Up, Random, Manual).
      • Chord mode (Gater).
      • 3 Hold modes (Normal, Toggle, Trigger).
      • Shuffle.
      • Tempo multiplier (Full notes, Dotted notes, Triplets).
  • Mixer:
    • Parametric EQs (1 per channel strip).
    • Compressors (1 per channel strip).
    • Up to 11 freely-assignable stereo output busses per instance.
    • Send FX's (Reverb, Chorus, Delay with tempo sync).
  • Presets:
    • Over 1600 factory presets.
    • 5 preset categories (whole synth, single layer, Arpeggiator, Reverb, Delay).
    • Advanced, file-based preset browser.
  • Miscellaneous:
    • Advanced MIDI learn.
    • Parameter mapping for VST / AU automation.
    • Selectable GUI size.
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Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 4.25 from 4 reviews

Reviewed By stardustmedia [all]
May 19th, 2014
Version reviewed: 1.1.2 on Mac

Let me revise my review (way too short to be helpful) for this pretty cool synth. It is a overhauled fully pimped 101 multiplied with 8 (8 layers featuring its completely independent 101). Still I'll keep my review short, since there are already good reviews, and concentrate on my point of view.

Huge amount of cool features. The most important ones:
-) 8 layers, each containing a polyphonic 101 plus FX
-) Layer can be stacked or split over the keyboard (e.g. bass in the lower keys, and a string on the upper keys)
-) Not comparing to a real one, it has a great analoguish sound on its own!
-) different GUI sizes
-) comprehensive sound design possibilities (that are not found on the original 101)

The sound is very good and has analoguish character, not cold digital. It can emulate all the cool analog sounds, like fat strings and brasses. Deep huge basses and warm lead sounds. It cannot do the screaming very harsh sounds Massive is capable of. Even with the FX in the Lush101 turned on, Massive can still do harder sounds. Combining all layers, you can do sounds with extreme movements. Just try to combine 8 layers with different arpeggios on ;)

Compared to TAL Bassline 101 it sounds bigger, but TAL has more grit. Cannot tell you how both compare to the real one, because first I don't care and second I don't have a 101. I believe if the plugin sounds good for its own, I buy it.

GUI & Usability
Here it comes. Albeit the bigger GUI, that already eased the usability, it's still a little tough to read thru the surface. Once you know where you can find the parameter, the signal flow is logically set up and then easy to work with. Older systems might have issues running this beast, because it needs some CPU. Especially when using 8 layers. Automation needs to be reworked, because automating e.g. 8 times the cutoff frequency is a huge PITA.

The presets have good examples in it, but there are not many of them. For sound designers that starts all sounds anyway from scratch, that really doesn't matter. For producers (as me) that like to have a good starting point and save time, I wish there were way more presets.

Definitely stable and no issues occured on MacOS 10.6.8 & 10.9.4 on Logic 8 resp. X.

-) I wish there was a macro layer, where each control is cloned and controls all other layers relatively. Then this macro layer could be automated
-) I couldn't make some parameters work in Logic 8. Although highly probably my fault, DAW automation needs to be reworked and made easier.

A great synth that still have a big potential to be even better. So I give an 8 out of 10. If you have to watch your budget, get TAL. If you need more possibilities get Lush. Check them both for their sound, then decide which one suits you better.

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Reviewed By muelb [all]
April 3rd, 2013
Version reviewed: 7 on Windows

The sound is very nice, and the split mode is really cool. The functions are good arranged and it has a nice GUI. I miss the feature to resize the GUI, but very few VST's can do this.

The Presets are also good programmed, I had a lot of inspiration in a short time. I wanted directly record a new track I developed in my head. But then, the crackling began. Playing a pad chord with three voices and a lead sound is already to much. So it's nice to have this mixer with 8 Layers, when you only can use 2 or 3 and get cracklings on a polyphony of 3.

The performance is really a killing argument, if I play some presets, 3 voices are to much yet. The bigest problem is the lack of multicore support. DIVA makes a much better job there. So, if the developers add a multicore support, there will be a much better rating from me. In the Moment it's almost impossible to use more than 50% of the possibilities of this synth.

Edit: The multicore support has arrived, now I'm discovering the full capabilities of this synth. Every Propblem I had with the cracklings have gone, I can enjoy the Multi's with the full richness of the sound.

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Reviewed By tommyzai [all]
December 11th, 2012
Version reviewed: 10.7.4 on Mac

LuSH-101 is a thick, juicy, versatile synth that derives its lushness from multilayers and state of the art synthesis features (oscillators, filters, envelopes, etc.) and effects. D-16 Group has an uncanny knack for developing unique and inspiring audio plugins, and LuSH is no exception. It is a flexible and fantastic virtual audio instrument. I've always been a D-16 fan, enjoying their sound, features, and product names. When they first changed the name of this synth from Shioitor to LuSH-101, I was worried that they were selling out. .. breaking away from their cutting edge, dare-to-be-different ways, but soon after launching this thing I smiled — LuSH is the perfect name for this VSTi. They also could have called it, abundant, delicious, dense, heavenly, lavish, or voluptuous. :-). It's certainly the opposite of bare or sparse.

LuSH not only sounds good, but it looks good. I'm a visual guy, and the interface means a lot to me. This GUI is easy on the eyes and a pleasure to work within. Everything is in the right place and is the right size for inspirational tweaking. If you don't have time to create something from scratch, there are more than a thousand well thought out and designed presets in the factory library that you can adjust to taste. The preset browser is intuitive and user-friendly. Like all D-16 Group plugins, LuSH has it's own personality. It's diverse and capable of doing tracks for any kind of electronic music, whether it be alternative, ambient, dubstep, drum and bass, house, industrial, new wave, retro, second wave, soundtrack, or techno. There aren't that many synths that can produce both warm analog sounds and a crisp clear digital sounds. LuSH can!

Is this the only synth you will need? It could be, but of course if you are like me you will want more! I wouldn't let go of my other favorites. If I could change one thing about it — I would make CPU demand more efficient. It's too heavy a load for one synth, but then again. .. it's 8 synths in 1, so it's not bad at all, is it? The price is good. The customer support is great. The sound is wonderful. I give LuSH five stars. Thank you D-16 for creating another masterpiece!

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Reviewed By Aiynzahev [all]
October 30th, 2012
Version reviewed: 1.1 on Windows

When I got the beta I had no idea that they were working on an SH-101 type synth. I remember being impressed with the GUI and ease of use. I was mostly relieved that it was not full of bugs to be honest; nothing breaks down my workflow more. I made some presets for the factory bank as I was finding my way around the synth, I made a demo track also and went back to my normal duties.

A little while passed and in need of inspiration I thought I would open Lush. Whenever I get stuck for ideas I often will open up the most easy to use, basic and analog sounding synth I have at the time. As much as I love electronic music, without good raw synth sounds it doesn't quite hold my interest. I love electronic sounds and synths like Lush get me right back to the basics. They make you appreciate again exactly what is the square wave and the saw wave in their raw simplicity. Too many soft-synths sound dull, flat, lifeless, sterile, until you engage at least the filters. Not so with the best, Largo, Diva and Lush have some of the best raw oscillators around. Not the only ones mind you. This is when you fire up the init patch, hit some low keys and wonder if you really want to modify it anymore.

This brings me to my next point, In my review of DIVA I stated that some synths don't seem to respond very much to parameter changes. Sure the sound changes, but you don't get much feeling that the sound has transformed. In fact we seem to have problems in other digital algorithms too, reverbs sitting on top of a vocal and not enveloping it, Eq'd sounding just sounding the same except with some extra frequency sitting on top of it, "character" compressors not really taking on the sound, spitting out the sound compressed but somehow not really changed. I'd add to that list filters that don't seem to transform the sound of the synthesizer. I feel with some synths changing the filter actually changes the character of the sound, while on others it merely changes the timbre. Lush is a synthesizer which yields real changes with every tweak. There are so many great sounds to be found just by moving the controls a little at a time. This is the quality you want in a synth, unless you have some really good tweaks available.

Speaking of the filter, there are two models here, with LP HP and BP modes, Normal and SH-101. The SH-101 of course being the model of the Roland filter which they say is rougher and less even. There are some important hidden features in options which you should know about, although they are among the few hidden options on the synth at all, including sound quality and envelope behavior, which by default is not set up with the SH-101 mimics (!) so make sure to change that if you are looking for absolute faithfulness.

Speaking of faithfulness, I don't have and have never used an SH-101, so I don't know honestly how it compares. I've heard audio demos where they sound fairly different and audio demos where they sound identical. So not sure what's going on there, but it does sound good, and honestly that is what counts. If you are thinking of dumping your SH-101 on eBay make sure you give Lush a good run around first as peoples opinion on this varies.

Where this differs from the sh-101 is of course in its extra layers, effects, mixer, polyphony, unison and so on. The effects are top notch by the way, ranks above most other synths out there which is great for patch design and sketching ideas. The 8 layers can hold any preset timbre you make and combine them in the mixer, which by the well is fully featured with Eq, FX sends and a compressor with adjustable ratio. There are all well implemented and really do add value to this synth.

I won't run through every feature, most of it is on the front panel and one glance at the GUI will inform you of most of it, but I will mention it has a supersaw emulation for the sawtooth waveform which is very good, a hidden sync oscillator so you can still make sync sounds on this one osc synth and a great unison mode. This will give your CPU long term psychological disorders, but it sounds in a word: Lush. As I've said before, just because a synth has features it doesn't mean it has those features in a well implemented form. Some synths are really not up to standard in every area and we can forgive them, but polyphonic unison is not all that often implemented at all, and where it is it is not always very good, again Lush really delivers here.

You get the feeling D16 really took their time with this synth (three years I think) because the whole thing feels solid with clever features throughout.

As you can tell I really like Lush 101. There are some drawbacks however. There is no mod matrix, (which for me is actually a nice change as it forces me to be more creative with the basics), it can get very heavy on CPU with effects and unison enabled and it's also a little expensive. Although when you put it in context it's not far off the price of DIVA, Largo (which is actually more), and Sylenth1. I suppose though as Lush has not been around as long as these time will tell how people feel about its price. I am pretty sure it's going to be a widely used synth however, and I am pretty sure D16 intend to back this synth all the way. Not long after releasing this synth they put out 1.1, which included among other things the ability to hide the keyboard. Many users were complaining that the GUI was just too large and the keyboard took up much needed space on their screens, this also have a road map listed on their website which also includes a more extensive mod matrix. I would like them to make the GUI a little larger though (excluding the keys) as the text is a little small, although by now I know where everything is anyway so it's not a big deal.

Though a great all-rounder I wouldn't go so far as to call it the only synth you need, it's much harder to create an entire track from one synth than it is form a mix of synths, and even if you did it's still not versatile enough to be the only synth you'll ever need for any production. I think Lush is a great all-rounder though and really excels at pads, plucks, keys and interesting analog style sounds.

One point is knocked off because the sync sound isn't the nicest to my ears, I don't like the sound with resonance very high, it doesn't sound sweet to me. The price is not going to affect my rating, since it is priced around the same as DIVA and is cheaper than Largo and I think for the overall quality and originality it is suitably priced.

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Comments & Discussion for D16 Group LuSH-101

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18 October 2012 at 5:17pm

I think this synth has potential, however, I cannot use it because, although my computer is recent and quite powerful, when I play notes on my keyboard, there is a 2-3 second delay, the sound is crispy and my CPU meter is above 90%...I bought this computer recently and it works well with others plugins...

Although the presets are not very interesting to me, the functions allow you to make some interesting sounds that remind somehow the SH-101, especially with the distortion effect. But of course it's a little weak when you open the filter with the distorsion on, compared to an SH-101. Nice to take some time playing around with it though. It's a nice synth.

20 October 2012 at 2:33pm

I have a PC with a quad core 3.2ghz, 12GB RAM and Windows 7. I also have a Mac Mini with a 2.7ghz quad core, 8GB RAM and Mac OS X Mountain Lion. I downloaded the demo of LuSH-101 for both and decided to give it a try. First on the Mac, I installed it and loaded up Logic Pro 9. I began recording random notes in monophonic, then try some of the polyphonic. Logic Pro began to start to lag, pop and crack and couldn't keep up with the instrument. I then loaded the demo into FL Studio using my 3.2ghz PC. I was able to add two independent LuSH-101 instruments and record polyphonic without any trouble whatsoever. Conclusion: Poor software design on the Mac, not by D16, but by Apple. Logic Pro doesn't appear to be very plug-in friendly and I suspect that the AU wrapper that has to be used could be part of the problem. Keep in mind Logic Pro 9 was loaded in 64-bit mode. Unless you have a high-end Mac or are happy with the limitations you have to impose on the instrument to make it work, you're not going to get much out of this instrument and Logic Pro in my opinion. I was excited about buying it, not for the PC, but for Logic Pro. Now that my hopes are dashed, my only choice is to use it with FL Studio or wait and hope that Logic Pro X will be way more efficient and plug-in friendly. The instrument itself is amazing and has everything you need at your fingertips to create great sounds. LuSH-101 is a winner, but on the Apple side at least, we have to wait for catch-up.

27 October 2012 at 2:54am



2 November 2012 at 7:29pm

PUSHA the lag might be coming from your audio driver's buffer length being set too long, i'm using fl studio as well and it works fine.

3 November 2012 at 8:01am

It makes me laugh all these people complaining about high CPU loads. To put this into perspective my desktop is a 2.8Ghz Core 2 Duo with 2Gb RAM running WinXP SP3. Pretty much at the lower end of D16's recommended spec. LuSH runs brilliantly on my machine. Here's why:

1) Firstly as a computing professional it amazes me just how many people have poor running machines. Too many unnecessary processes, devices, services etc etc If your music is important to you then configure your machine exclusively for music and don't install and run anything you don't need. Perform regular maintenance such as reg cleans, temp file removal, defrag etc you would be amazed what a difference these simple things make.

2) LuSH-101 is actually 8 synths, not 1. Too many people treat it as one single synth but this is not the case. Each layer is a polyphonic synth in its own right with unison, supersaws and effects. Look at it this way, take your favourite poly synth now and put 8 of them into your DAW. I'm pretty sure your CPU usage is going to be as high, if not higher than LuSH. Comparing it's CPU usage with other synths is unfair and invalid.

8 November 2012 at 10:29pm

Well i second your statement in 1). A audio workstation is for audio only. Nothing else ... Even i run a intel 6 core CPU it allways amazed me to see that the CPU has a low load of 15 % whilst ASIO loads spike the 100 % and clip. These are things "too many people" can't change just with shutting down unnecessery processes and the things you stated. They need better soundcards respectively good ASIO Drivers ... Intel should have supported direct ASIO instead of video into their cpu's with direct RAM access.

2) 'bout the shioitor or LuSH: Same exp. with ASIO and CPU loads. I really wonder where that comes from.

Maybe you as a computing pro can answer this ?

aaron aardvark
aaron aardvark
15 November 2012 at 3:43am

I have spent some time with LuSH-101 and it does have a number of good presets. It does put a drain on the computer though. I'm surprised I have not seen this synth reviewed in a magazine (that I recall). I wonder how the magazines will like it.

29 November 2012 at 6:03pm

Running it on a 09 macbook pro. 2.53ghz Dual-Core with 4gb of RAM with mountain lion 10.8 and its runs great, no lag issues at all. This synth sounds amazing, I am very impressed.

3 April 2013 at 12:17pm

LuSH-101 has presets that use multiple layers. Please keep in mind that any layer is in fact a complete synth on it's own. So when you are comparing a 3 layer LuSH preset to a (obviously 1 layer) Diva preset, you are comparing apples and oranges. It's not weird that LuSH uses more CPU in that scenario.

I made some nice sounding presets with both LuSH and DIVA and in my experience, the CPU load of LuSH is not higher than DIVA, when you make comparable sounds.

3 April 2013 at 8:22pm

Tough review and unfair. the synth sounds stunning, and you rate it purely on CPU usage without even saying what CPU you USE.

Anyway, i voted not helpful as besides the negativity which i can accept as e all have different opinions, you hardly said anything else about the product at all.


3 April 2013 at 8:38pm


Actually it's not a review but a complaint.

On the D16 site the requirements are : i7 based 3.7 GHz recommended.

That should give him a hint.

5 April 2013 at 5:49am

and yet it runs just fine and i have tested the entire preset bank, yes it uses an entire core, but of my 2.2 i7 laptop? that is way under their requirements and works absolutely fine here! so there to the reviewer hehe.

12 April 2013 at 1:50pm

I know they are working on getting this to run faster on all systems. Not just Intel I believe.

4 May 2013 at 7:22am

The modulation limitations on this is a complete joke.. Where ARE THEY? It's very very limited in that department.. sure i can program the top sounds in this synth but someone's AVIN A BARF here at D16.. sort it eh? A top synth let down by the lack of modulations routings.. i won't do a review on this yet cause i hear this is gonna be rectified however at this point in time i give it a 10/10 for sound and FX but a 1/10 for the modulations - joke!!.


9 August 2013 at 8:58am

OK Guys, if anyone read my review correct, he will see that I criticize the lack of multicore support. There are multicore cpu's out in the market since 2006 (to be correct for the computing expert above, it's since 2007 the dual core of intel is on the market). As a programmer beginning with a project: If I know, I will program a resource-beast of a vst, I never try to program it for a single core. That was clear already since 2010! If the synth was not planed resource hungry like this... ok this could be a reason. But I bought it in the meaning that at least the presets are playable on my (not so slow) Hardware. And the VST has been released in october 2012, so it's now 10 months and nothing happened since then.

I don' have a problem with resource-killer synth vst's, but if the other 5 core's are sleeping it's annoying. In my review I cannot give a better rating before the programmer has done his homework, sorry.

My dedicated DAW-machine is a Hexacore with 3.2 GHz and 16GB of RAM running with a RME Multiface. So it's not to bad, I don't have any similar problems with my other vst's. That's the only thing I wanted to say with my review.

2 November 2013 at 9:11am

Just check it out, i'm blown out by the sound added to the multitimbral possibilities,being on iMac 2.8Ghz i7, sure that multicore support would be highly appreciated : it might definitely unlashed it full potential for me...

31 January 2014 at 11:32pm

I REALLY regret buying this! I purchased TWO different third party presets packs from two different vendors and in addition to the money that I spent on those, I've literally wasted DAYS, that's right DAY'S trying anything and everything to get Lush to recognize and load them to no avail. I've NEVER had trouble loading third party presets for other synths. This synth is VERY quirky and has me going insane. I don't know how many times I've contacted customer support from d16 and the presets pack vendors and I've done EVERYTHING they've ALL told me to do multiple times as well. I'm sorry, but it's simply IMPOSSIBLE to load third party presets into this synth and that makes it a GIANT loser for me. I'm going to see if I can sell it, as the amount of anger and frustration this synth has caused me has REALLY put me off to the whole thing. I'll also NEVER even consider another product from d16.

1 February 2014 at 11:09am

But does it warrant a 1 out of 10 review rating? That's just knee jerk.

1 February 2014 at 11:21am

I'm sorry that you're experiencing technical issues. But apparently you did something wrong, because LuSH definitively loads 3rd party presets. On Windows, copy the presets to "%APPDATA%\Roaming\D16 Group\LuSH-101\Presets" and you're good. Actually, that's where the factory presets are located. Maybe you're having issues with access rights or user accounts.

Anyway, giving a rating of 1 is completely unjustified and a lame move IMO. The rating feature is not there for you to vent your frustration. Did you ask for help in the forums?

1 February 2014 at 12:43pm



mig jorn
mig jorn
15 May 2014 at 8:04am

Hi, let me help here. I spent a night on this .

Access hidden user library files | Mac OS and later In the Finder, choose Go > Go To Folder. In the Go To Folder dialog, type ~/Library Click Go.



1 February 2014 at 3:26pm

For crying out loud people. The reviews section isn't for people who have had bad luck or lack sense to get "revenge" on a synth by rating it 1. Seriously, how does that help other people besides YOU? It doesn't. Stop being so bloody selfish.

1 February 2014 at 3:42pm

This really is quite a CPU killer, but, i love the design.

17 March 2014 at 5:43pm

What a bunch of Kids here with TOY computer for Video Games and then complain on the Synth??? This is sad and ridiculous. You have to understand, you can not make music with a PC that costs less then the VST synth it self. For gods sake, uninstal that crap that you have on your PCs if you wanna make music. This is one of the best Synths and its very easy on the CPY. What you don't understand is that this is 8 Synths in one. Try opening 8 Instances of your favorite synth and then see. Dumb.

20 May 2014 at 6:27pm


26 August 2014 at 6:47am

Hey Guys-Am I missing something-where are the 1600 factory presets-Tried mig jorn suggestion-must be doing something wrong-Help!-Please!-Regards-DizzyFingers-P.S.-No problems with Lag or CPU-Excellent vsti.

29 August 2014 at 4:46pm

I bought it and the minute I open edit and saw the CPU shot up like nobodys business. I knew I'd get rid of it. It made me have to choose between too many things I had to remove so I could use it because it was so CPU hungry.I have an i7 and sure, can handle this synth But, it's not just about loading one synth and saying an i7 can't handle Lush. I have a template setup for composing that includes loads of synths and on top of that effects compressors etc for my projects. This is where Lush fails me. I have multiple instances of Omnisphere and tons of other stuff that are not exactly gifts from the CPU gods but none of what I have (and I have fair amount of stuff) drains CPU like this does.Sound was ok but I'm not a synth guy to the extent that I'm willing to make the kind of concessions this synth requires me to make in order to use it "in my setup" I won't buy any more synths like that. This is just my personal experience and the way I work. YMMV.


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