Yes, it´s four Tens for this instrument: One because it has the best and low end to its bass sounds that I´ve so far heard in a VSTI. Check out Bass 04, it´s mamzing. One because it has an amazing number of presets, none of which are redundant One because you can tweak the sounds till they´re totally weird, yet interesting...and still don´t sound like any of the presets. One because at in low qualty mode (which still sounds very nice to me) it is rather easy on my cpu. Very good. A decent nine because it offers all this and it´s still free. Strange, indeed. The interface always makes me think of something you can eat, something meaty with cream in it...I wouldn´t want to play with it when I have stomach flu or a hangover, but it stil looks nice.
Anyway: My bass synth of choice from now on. Cheerio :)
This is undoubtedly the funniest Vsti I ever saw. And it sounds absolutely greatI´ve heard people in the forum say it sounds "a little thin". But what is EQing for? And, errmm, does a real singing Llama sound "phatt"? I don´t like what it does to my RAM when I try to automate the parameters (takes very long to write in the curves), so, guys, I´ll have to mark down on stability, as I wouldn´t dare use it "live" in a track. But I´ve gotten some really cool results sampling and reloading Delay Llama-sequences. What with the pudgy, ever grinning monk and the good EEEEAAAAOOOOOMMM-sound, and it being free: Go get it! And once my budget looks a bit more rosy-cheeked, I guess I´ll donate as well! Cheerio, Marco