Vintage Synth Software and Libraries
Posted 14 March 2012 - 05:11 PM
For me, I'm starting to get attracted to the Digital Sound Factory brand, which is primarily dedicated to recreating the sounds of '80s-to-late-'90s Emu and Ensoniq products. I'm also big on the software versions of Korg's digital synthesizers (M1 and Wavestation) and the Waldorf PPG Wave 3.V.
Posted 14 March 2012 - 07:23 PM
All you need for your old school stuff.
Definitely looks interesing. I admit I'm reserved for the digital synthesizers of the past, but still, it looks like a nice virtual analog. XD
Posted 14 March 2012 - 07:29 PM
You're gonna need some Sandy Bridge 3-4Ghz action to take care of multiple instances of that bad-boy. Even setting the accuracy (how well it models analogue sound) to "draft" (least accurate, less CPU driving) will take a small but substantial chunk out of your CPU usage capacity if you're not running a fast CPU.
It's pretty big on CPU consumption. (I realize consumption isn't technically the correct term, but you get my meaning)
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