I'll keep this brief. Being on fixed income, I, unfortunately, am perpetually low on funds. One of my favourite software synths of all time, which I no longer possess, was Sylenth1. I'd stopped writing music for a few years but just recently dived back into it. Out of curiosity, I sought out synths that were similar to Sylenth1. To my surprise, there are quite a few free 64-bit/step sequencer/note arpeggiator synths out there, some better than others in the sounds and programming department. While all the ones i tried out had their merits, I find that SuperTron 4 not only comes close to offering what Sylenth1 does but it sounds fantastic doing it., and that's probably due to its analog circuitry. The presets alone are a blast, especially the Bach one. Highly recommended if you're into pulsating, percolating, punchy synths.
I discovered your fine VST instruments from another site. The Supertron is an incredible instrument with a very nice visual user interface. I found the effects to be excellent and especially the reverb to my ears was on par with some of my high end TC Electronic M2000 and Lexicon reverbs. The controls are intuitive. I hope you release more patches ... this software synth is extraordinary with a very punchy versatile tone that I would put up against any Native Intruments or Arturia synth.
Any chance that you will be re-releasing any of these:
Thanks again so much for sharing your fine synths with us!