First of all I like the nostalgic look of Voxynth. The layout is simple and efficient and should make the synth easy to program. However, the knobs are not very easy to control and make fine tuning patches much more difficult than it should be. Overall the sound is decent. For the price the sound is excellent. As with other MHC synths this one comes with a stereo delay with individual controls for each channel. This is part of the signature sound for all MHC synths. Like Space Synth, this VSTi is missing bottom end. That is not necessarily a bad thing when you want a pad to sit in the mix, but it does limit the potential for those big opening pads at the beginning of a song.
Voxynth is a synth with a lot of potential but it has remained at version 1.0 for way too long. Sonically it is a perfect match for Space Synthesizer. When playing the two I can close my eyes and imagine myself floating through the galaxy. Unfortunately, bad denormal problems frequently sends me crashing out of control. Of the three MHC synthesizers Voxynth is the worst when it comes to CPU problems. Hopefully the developer will someday attack this issue. Until then I find myself wishing I had considered that other vox type VSTi.