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Old 11-08-2015, 10:47 PM
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Default Any Element Users??

On a personally level, I actually think it's great synth.

Not so much for its flexibility, there is so many more synths that are flexible, although Element can hold its own. I'm just impressed at the sound you can get out of its oscillators.

For a synth with just two oscillators and a sub it can certainly create very much, warm and lush patches, than most synths with 4 or more oscillators. I think it might have that Virtual Voltage tech they use, modelling the way voltage behaves in circuit. Quite brilliant really. Reasonably low overhead too.

Codex is great two, it shares the same tech as does Metafilter.

Anyway, I just found out Waves has announced a Version 2. Definitely looking forward to it.

Anyone else using it??
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