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Reviewed By phreaque [read all by] on 27th January 2021
Version reviewed: 6.7 on Windows
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Very impressive package of FX plugins, they sound good, the phaser is tight & juicy, the reverb can sound really nice.

For a freeware package, this is extremely good. Highly recommended.

Reviewed By phreaque [read all by] on 21st August 2019
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows.
Last edited by phreaque on 21st August 2019.
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Aside from the good support and instant action form the developer.

The skin theme is very suitable for my eyes and it really helps to enhance the workflow.

Reviewed By phreaque [read all by] on 25th October 2013
Version reviewed: 7 on Windows.
Last edited by phreaque on 25th October 2013.
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A brief review: This plug-in is the best musical backing sequencing/arpeggiator ever made so far..

Detailed review:

For me, I've been always wondering why there's no such tool to make "key-altering arpeggiator" which corresponds to not only for the notes entered, but to the number of notes themselves, to alter the sequenced line from simplest to most complex.

This developer did it finally and he is a real poineer in this field just like Stephen Kay (the inventor of well known KARMA*). And the reason why this developer could do this tool is because he's much into arranger keyboards, those keyboards who are considered (by most of music developers) are just toys! The truth is, those arranger keyboards are the creative tools to inspire making good tunes & melodies.

Too many arpeggiator plug-ins exist, but non of them able to express the musician's ideas, flexible, altering with key strokes & creative... Because the developers who made those plugins were just thinking about normal/traditional 70's fashioned analog synth arps... While today's music genres are far beyond the old skool styles, there is always demands to introduce unique stuff, something to take the simpler notes into complex arrays of notes, well sequenced & most important (fully manageable).

It is great for all kind of Electronic genres, Trance, House, Dubstep, Psytrance etc.. But it is also can be good for some really epic orchestral backing accompaniments.. It all depends on user's imagination.

Inspiration level: It gives the maximum level, if you simply layer just a couple of this plugin (for bassline & for some chord hit) running along with decent drum sequence, you can have really great inspiration to make music in minutes...

I hope that I give a good details of this tool.. I really like it, it is essential to me...

* KARMA is trade mark registered to Stephen Kay: http://www.karma-lab.com.

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