Fair enough - and I agree. While the expected dance and electronic-orientated sounds dominate this is Vengeance, after all, and that's very much its bag , there are also loads of acoustic and electric instrument samples in there. However, that descriptions still seriously limits what Avenger is. Thanx Alright, I'll give it my best shot. See the full list of all the features at the link below. Also nothing beats Serum's ease of use.
The Wavetable Envelope is manipulated in various ways with the controls below, and features an optional step sequencer for programming time-multiplied envelope repeats. I made the same consideration while I was thinking about Dune2. It's just a shame each channel can only load samples, not synth oscillators - although we're told this is planned for an update. I've had Serum for about a year, and just picked up Avenger last month. Im shocked you got it workin. Other than that, the path is fixed - you can't place the Pitch Envelope after the effects, say. Good synth and I know because I worked on it for 3 months straight.
Make some room in the heavens, Omnisphere 2, Serum, Massive and Spire, because the pantheon of bona fide supersynths just grew by one. You throw someone in front of Serum without using the wavetable editor they're going to know how they can get started! Vengeance makes powerful, comprehensive instruments and effects though, no question. I've had Serum for about a year, and just picked up Avenger last month. Vengeance Avenger is designed for anyone who is looking for a versatile synthesizer plug-in that delivers high-quality sounds. No shame in that, but the features and power of Avenger do pretty much leave Serum in the dust, sorry to say.
Smoothens the modulation, giving it inertia for wha wha etc. It is very hard to understand! The most versatile and best sounding synth you will ever encounter. Powerhouse We'd need the whole reviews section to cover everything Avenger can do - there are so many things we've not had space to get into, such as the extraordinary range of filter types, the tagged browser and the ease with which you can make your own wavetables, to name but three. Once the waveform is imported, you can transform it in every direction possible 100% alias free. However, that descriptions still seriously limits what Avenger is.
Just a jack of all trades, and easily shares the crown with Serum, etc. Trying to download the demo but it fails all the time. I really like it for Pads and Keys though. Click notes in with the pencil tool, select them with the marquee tool and adjust the Velocity, Pan, Pitch and Gate time of the selected notes using the so-named knobs. At the same time, the wavetable itself pops up in place of the virtual keyboard, with an overlaid volume envelope.
I've used Avenger in track and that was for the drum machine built into it. Fair enough - and I agree. The quality of its sounds is high, expect to hear some crystal clear leads, powerful basses and top-of-the-line drum sequences that can be used directly. Don't get me wrong - I do love Serum as well, and will continue to use it. Call it a game changer if you like — I prefer to think of it as the most powerful and elegant solution for creating hit records there is. Please watch our product video or check out our demoversion! Meet our new alpha and omega of synthesis: Vengeance Producer Suite Avenger is here! It not only looks very cool, but is also hugely informative.
Trying to download the demo but it fails all the time. It was no more difficult to get around than Serum, and far easier to look at full screen which sadly isn't even an option on Serum. This boils down to personal preference, me thinks - and you clearly have a preference towards Serum. The preset drum library contains over 160 full kits, each with an accompanying sequence, although kits and patterns are mix-and-matchable, too, and you can drag your own samples in. For me Omnisphere takes the crown, but I lean more toward scoring than dance music. Also- it suggests to use Little Snitch or something like that? On paper it looks like alot of flexibility. I've had Serum for about a year, and just picked up Avenger last month.
I recommend you to use a 64-bit operating system. Oh, and you can draw your own waveshapes freehand using the mouse, too, and load your own samples in as wavetables, so there's really no limit to what Avenger can use as source material in each and every one of its oscillators. The Drum Sequencer is simple but effective. I really like it for Pads and Keys though. Setting up the signal flow like this feels quite unusual, but it means each oscillator or a group of them can effectively serve as a self-contained 'synth within a synth'.
The most versatile and best sounding synth you will ever encounter. This would be compatible with both 32 bit and 64 bit windows. Plugin Boutique or its Suppliers do not accept any liability in relation to the content of the product or the accuracy of the description. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk AzureEyes wrote:Omnisphere 2 has added some cool wavetable stuff too. This boils down to personal preference, me thinks - and you clearly have a preference towards Serum.
Vengeance-Sound's first ever virtual synth is nothing if not ambitious. With a wave or wavetable loaded, the four knobs to the right of the central oscillator wave display present a variety of shaping options, including 'bending' to the left, right or centre, sync, formant filtering, bitcrushing and sample rate reduction. You throw someone in front of Avenger. For me Omnisphere takes the crown, but I lean more toward scoring than dance music. Either of them are fun and will be a blast for producers who use Reason! You throw someone in front of Serum without using the wavetable editor they're going to know how they can get started! I would probably end up using only this for sounds.