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    SOFTsynths

    hello hello,
    I\'m quite impressed what gigsampler actually can do compared to hardware
    samplers
    my next step would be using softsynths aswell,
    anyone outthere who has good experiences using softsynths in a midi environment
    (i\'m a logic audio 4.2 user)
    how does this work, and what is a good softsynth to start with?
    and how are they compared to harddware synths?

    thx,


    C


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    Re: SOFTsynths

    Hi,

    I can suggest you this innexpensive one : Simsynth 2.0 ( 35$ ). www.fruityloops.com

    I like to mess around with it. It is for now not polyphonic ( and you can only have one instance of it open at a time .

    But the best way top work with it is to make some riff and export it as a wav file...

    For the price, it\'s a good one. using internal midi looping Midiyoke, I am able to use it througt my sequencer ( Logic Audio Platinum ).

    You can download a demo so have fun.

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