Native Instruments is known for its hi tech equipment. And now they have released the improved Absynth in their 4.0 version. This software is able to balance sound waves in such a way that the spine chilling effect is minor. It still carries features similar to its predecessor. However this version has integrated the need for high definition into its package.
Accordingly, features such as: the semi-modular synthesizer, distinctive grouping of multiple synthesis and sampling techniques, the sixty-eight breakpoint envelopes with templates, surround sound capabilities for each individual channel and live stereo input may all still be expected.
Additionally in the 4.0 version users can expect features like: an enhanced user interface enabling a workflow that is more rapid, a Koresound browser with the ability to search twelve hundred presets, an enhanced wave morphing feature that will extend the sonic range and of the course the added master ADSR with sixteen macro controls to easily control the sound. The ADSR feature allows total control; the macro controls of this feature are predetermined by the user.
The software itself is a user friendly product, but just as any new item, users are encouraged to have a working knowledge of the software.
Complete function range with 1200 Presets
Complete PDF manual
Session runs for 30 minutes only
Save and Total Recall functions disabled
- The hearing of high def sound on a computer
- Seems hi-tech – read the manual