Sonic State Studio / Virtual/Soft synths / NATIVE INSTRUMENTS Pro-Five

Average rating: 8.6/10 out of 10

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Kosmix from Australia writes:
it sounds ok, but people, people, listen to the real prophet and u will see, the original is better(not much), but when u consider the price, go for the emulation.

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Sunday, 15-Sep-02 at 12:46
Analog a hobbyist user from USA writes:
It's my fav vst next to my fm7...The filters are great...if you have a general knowledge of analog synths u will have know problems using this vsti...sounds perfect...if you are look for that analog sound for lead, bass, or pad sounds it is perfect...

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 09-Sep-02 at 4:34
sphrone a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
Pro 52 is the shit, magical sound run it through some plugins such as compress, EQ, warm tubes and their you go. Even use the filter to fuck up beats. I think the problems of latency have been fixed by today’s pro sound cards. Although all you really need is a Sound Blaster live with EMU drivers and soft synths are faultless. Buy a midi controller. I think we should all mourn the death of hideously expensive hardware synths for a second and then move on.

posted Tuesday, 22-Jan-02 at 1:20
Raphe Nuclei writes:
Great Great Great

Don't listen to the bullshit about Soundblaster.

I've got 4 ms latency on my P3-850 with Soundblaster Audigy Player without problems.

That is sufficent for me anyway.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 07-Jan-02 at 6:31
Martijn Toornvliet a part-timer user from Holland writes:
Right, the sherman wouldn't do a great thing, but I mean the phatboy, or something like that, I've seen by a friend and it really is great.....

I have to use the sliders and knobs on my yamaha s-30, works ok, but not as good as a phatboy..


Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 07-Jan-02 at 2:57
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