Yes....I did notice that Absynth was somewhat cold, almost brittle in sound. Not necessarily a bad thing,
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Reminds me of the problem with a piano .... not enough presets, and people all start sounding the same
I think Wusikstation is an interesting one, not terribly easy going (regarding the installation of / figuring out what it can do) but it's quite unique.
I agree. I enjoy playing around with soft synths, but nothing gets me going like grabbing and twisting the knobs of a subtractive synth and making the hair on the back of my neck stand up.
I find it's nice to just use a good subtractive synth now and then, rather than these big-sample-based-pre-made-music monsters.
But the best part of excellent pre-made patches (built from simple and layer-able sound sources) is to deconstruct and learn from them.
first of all I have to say I´m not a fan of this fashion synths (Omnisphere, Alchemy) as there is a huge risk of sounding similar to others. Remember, if you like a Patch, 100xxx others may like it as well, especially if it is a workstation like Omnisphere :-) ( I remember this issue with Atmosphere - cannot count the releases using almost the same Sounds or Presets....terrible).