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D16 Lush - new Diva Competitor?
Old 28th November 2012 | Show parent
Lives for gear
🎧 10 years
I guess you could go deep into proramming this synth, but I like to use it for simple sounds, because it sounds great and lively. Sort of back to basics where you don't necessarily need more than a great sounding oscillator, an envelope and a filter.

I also love how for example the supersaw, sync, pwm and resonance sounds..

I use other synths for deep programming, those that have extensive modulation matrix etc.

But also because when you start stacking up voices etc, this thing gets really heavy on the CPU. When you use it for basic sounds, you can easily have many instances.
Old 28th November 2012
Gear Addict
🎧 5 years
Loving D16 Lush right now. Showing up more and more on my tracks. The raw wave tables sound so good and the filters are sharp, super clean, phat.
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