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At 10/13/12 09:40 PM, BB-7 wrote: I'm looking for a good and stable Frequency Modulator VST. I don't mind if it's an instrument or effect, as long as it's good.
An FM synthesizer? Native Instruments' FM8 would probably be your best bet. I'm always using it.
Agreed, NI's FM8 is more or less the best of the best right now in FM synthesis. Another notable contender though is Image Line's very own "Sytrus", which combines additive synthesis and FM.
At 10/14/12 03:19 AM, FatKidWitAJetPak wrote: FM8 tought me a lot about subtractive and additive synthesis. It really is a great program!
Using FM8 for subtractive synthesis just seems weird to me, but whatever works for you ;)
At 10/14/12 09:15 PM, BB-7 wrote: I mean a vst EFFECT
I'm gonna give the dissenting opinion in this thread and say that Sytrus can kick FM8's ass any day of the week.
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At 10/14/12 09:33 PM, SineRider wrote:At 10/14/12 09:15 PM, BB-7 wrote: I mean a vst EFFECTHaven't used any of these, but they look like they might do the job
I hadn't encountered those before.
Here are a few others.
AtlantisSynth (includes an FX only version)
Cytomic The Drop (one of the most well-regarded filters at the moment and also includes FM)