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Native Instruments FM7 Soft Synth VST Native
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Not only does the FM7 read the complete sound library from the classic FM synths, it adds distortion and filter operators, extensive modulation capab...Click To Read More About This Product
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Taking FM synthesis into new realms of musical exploration.
Not only does the FM7 read the complete sound library from the classic FM synths, it adds distortion and filter operators, extensive modulation capabilities, a comprehensive effects section, audio input, and much more to the traditional FM architecture. An intuitive user interface makes it easy to explore the fascinating possibilities of FM.
- Reads and exactly reproduces the sounds of the classic FM synths: DX7, DX7-II, DX11, TX81Z, DX21, DX27, DX100, and TX802
- Extended sound processing: start with the original preset and then modify it into something new
- Effects include high-quality stereo chorus, flanging, and delay
- Graphical editors offer intuitive access to FM synthesis and its enormous sound potential
Order today and explore a whole world of sound.
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The very first synthesizer I ever programed was the old DX7, and FM synthesis has always been my favorite type of synthesis because of the sound.FM7 is one of the few softsynths that completely beats the hardware it was based upon. I've heard others mention that FM7's interface is difficult. I've compared it with other free and commercial FM-based VSTi, and I have to say that for programing, FM7 is the best to use.The sound of FM7 can really be anything you want it to be from harsh to beautiful. I like to start from scratch when I program synths, and despite the difficulty of FM synthesis, I've coaxed sounds that are actually useful to me. With FM7 you aren't limited to any specific set of "algorithms" like the DX7 was, and the evelopes can be used for tempo-synced sounds to sounds that evolve over several minutes.A neat feature that FM7 lacks would be a separate step-sequencer per operator. That would make for some unique sonic territory.Anyhow, whether you're into harsh or ethereal, or anywhere in between, sounds, FM7 has you covered.