Before you Ask the question again. Think about this. Have you ever wondered that there are many people like to use 32-bit vsts? Do those people have to by law to use 64-bit vsts? Because you prefer to use 64-bit vsts, do you think that everyone has to? Think about those things and then ask your question. Its down to the indevidual person of what version they like to use right? I have used 32-bit vsts many of times. If you use them correctly. You can get great joy using it to its fullest as you would if you using a 64-bit.
Does it have velocity key tracking? Seems not. The sounds are fat but more like older type (was it a paid synth before?). Tho I have a though it is the presets done thay way. Decimator has only few options between certain values and has no possibility for using envelope to control dry/wet.
Has a good range of different filter types (which is rare in free synths).
velocity keytrack could be controlled in the matrix.
Dry/Wet for decimator could be there too.
The OSC can be send only to 1 filter.
The OSC on/off bad decision. Could be done that the OSC tabs are slightly bigger and the On/Off triggers could be those green lamps right on the tabs.
The interface could be criticized more. It doesn't feel handy for creating sounds.
Reset (CTRL+click) doesn't work for EQ. Also you can move only one side of the wideness controll. So if it went out of screen no way you can keep the position. Better be possible to move from both sides.
There are no atmospheric mellow Pads presets. Only more like agressive ones.
Overal it's a very good synth for a free one. For me there is the huge minus I mentioned that there is no velocity key tracking.
Some minors like Dry/Wet for decimator can't be controlled by envelopes. Bitcrush has no Dry/Wet.