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Reviewed By triplebarrel [read all by] on 23rd May 2020
Version reviewed: 1.0.0 on Windows
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A damn good find.

First of all, this is quite impressive for being a free rompler VST. Surprisingly, you have quite a lot of control over how you can change the sounds, from basic ADSR to a built in trance gate, equaliser and all sorts of other things. There's 128 .WAV files and every one of them range from highly impressive to mediocre. Thankfully, very few are the latter. All of the sounds have a very wide variety of things you'd commonly find, like basses, plucks, pads, even guitars and trumpets. I've tried quite literally dozens of free VSTs in the past 2 years or so and I can easily say this is in the top 10 for my main genre of music, that being House. A lot of the leads sound really good for what they're worth, in my opinion. Especially the "Hip EDM" lead.

Now, on to some of the negatives about this.

One of the reasons why I took away a star from this is because the guitars just don't sound much like... well, guitars. Each guitar sounds abnormally clicky compared to what a normal guitar would really sound like. Most of the trumpets also sound pretty thin.

Overall, I'd recommend this if you're looking for some good lead, bass and pluck sounds. This little thing has impressed me quite a bit with it being a size of under 40 megabytes. Nice one, Infected-Sounds.

-triplebarrel.

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