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If I was only going to get one would you say the Blue Zone is the one to get for lush pads? What other ones are worth getting?

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Highly recommended! 

If you don't have anything from Hideaway Studios, I suggest Strings 1 and 2 as starting points.

 

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Wonderful stuff. Don't ignore the Chromatix.

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4 hours ago, Toffo said:

If I was only going to get one would you say the Blue Zone is the one to get for lush pads? What other ones are worth getting?

The Blue Zone is an odds and ends type of collection.  "For this one I ran my doorbell through the ensemble section of an ARP string synth".   There are some decent pads, but as many leads, plinky arpeggios, basses and FX.

If I were looking for lush analog pads and were to get only one, Orbitone would be my choice.  The strings, choir, Constellation, and SVX would be good choices too.

I'd also say Zero 1 is somewhat of a steal at UKP 2.50.  It's a fun little synth with a fair amount of presets.

 

 

 

 

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If you'd allow me to    summarize this thread.....get them all.   :P

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1 hour ago, BassDaddy said:

Wonderful stuff. Don't ignore the Chroma.

Tix!

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4 hours ago, BassDaddy said:

Wonderful stuff. Don't ignore the Chroma.

I was just messing with that this morning.  I need to stop forgetting about that one.

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3 hours ago, Mesh said:

If you'd allow me to    summarize this thread.....get them all.   :P

I did and I will.  One of these days when I stop being lazy at creating music I plan to do a project with those instruments.

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2 hours ago, Mesh said:

If you'd allow me to    summarize this thread.....get them all.   :P

Polivox is a bit limited, so maybe not that one.

e-Grande is not something I use.

Aliasonix is pretty much what you'd expect from a software sampler running on an Amiga in 1987. 

Cosmic Music Bell is cool for what it is, but again, far from essential.

 

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