First of all: I love the Fullbucket plugins! They are so professional and so good sounding. I think, Björn Arlt is one of the greatest synth-plugin designers out there. Don't forget, no Synthmaker or else, just C++! And that at no cost...wow! I like the emulations very much because I'm a sucker for retro synths. I like the other stuff too, but in some cases for e.g. MPS or The Qyooo I'm not a great fan of the GUIs. MPS is, sorry, ugly and The Qyooo is to dark for my opinion. But if you want to change that, you only need a graphic editor and the free tool RessourceHacker and everything is possible.
Really LIKE these sounds~! One thing I noticed is that when using a pre-made MIDI file I created, I'll choose an instrument such as a pad & then play with the track ball on the matrix - after a brief time there will be some "buildup" - the stuff that's been previously played will continue to resonate while the newer stuff is playing - causing an overbleed of sounds. Is there something i need to adjust/be aware of for this type of function?
The latest version of MPS (1.1.5) loads into the host very slowly. It takes about a minute to load GUI of the plugin. And when I (in FL Studio) swith over to wrapper settings and then go back to the plugin's UI, it loads just as slowly. The problem is host-independent, same happens in Reaper too. I noticed that some of latest versions of GUI have became vector-based. Maybe that's the reason, but do I really need a modern / discrete video card just to load such a lightweight plugin? The legacy version (1.0.1) still loads and works fast and easy. (Windows 7, 64-bit).