Please try not to post more than one project a month. Please be clear when offering help how well you understand the subject, and don't give lazy or bad advice if you can help it. Plus it's more fun that way. We do not recommend to use Electra2 soundsets with it. The only two synths i'd buy are Massive Because there are sooooo many presets available and Sylenth1.
Most sounds will sound different, suffer from glitches or you could even experience crashes. Projects cannot be older than 4 months. Projects are best shared as text posts. This is a community focused on learning and improvement. Otherwise I'd say omnisphere since it is just a rompler and most hip hop artists just load presets and go with whatever fits, which is why Nexus is basically a mandatory plugin for hip hop. I'm pretty sure all 3 of them have demo versions. The old ElectraX is not compatible with new Electra2 soundsets, since it does not contain many additional features that have been added with v2.
They're just another way to define your own unique sound - I never use presets in massive and it was my first synth. The only reason I'm really torn between each on is because one of my favourite producers, I've talked to him a few times and he reccomends to first buy Electra over massive and sylenth. I just thought for some reason they might not be compatible. Older volumes can be found. Most sounds will sound different, suffer from glitches or you could even experience crashes.
All ElectraX soundsets as well all Electra2 soundsets can be loaded to Electra2. . Recurring Threads : Get feedback on your latest track, but make sure to give some too! Like anything it takes time and practise. Don't take all the information you see here for granted as fact and be sure to do your own research. Save up your money and buy a synth from this millenium like Serum or Massive.
Oh i just saw Electra 2. Explore the wealth of and elsewhere before asking for help, do your own research. I like to use presets a lot as know nothing about making sounds in synths. Logged Electra2 is 100% downward compatible with the previous ElectraX. For me, i'd have to rely on their presets, which may or may not be good depending on the direction i'm taking my music.
I think I remember someone saying that they will work, but didn't want to bother installing all that without double-checking first. We do not recommend to use Electra2 soundsets with it. I used to have a cracked Gladiator, its was great lol. Posting a beat tape as a link to one long track will get it flagged and removed by the automod post as a text submission to avoid that. The old ElectraX is not compatible with new Electra2 soundsets, since it does not contain many additional features that have been added with v2. He also has sound banks for it and the sounds are really good and he always uses them in his Tut's so idk lol.
All ElectraX soundsets as well all Electra2 soundsets can be loaded to Electra2. The only thing he thinks is better to buy first is Nexus. I can't tell what type of synth Electra is, but its not subtractive. Thanks, -Rob Logged Electra2 is 100% downward compatible with the previous ElectraX. Before even considering getting any synth learn the basics of how it works, what does what, so that when you buy one you aren't wasting limitless potential by being grounded to just presets. You must be currently active within a few weeks of posting projects.
Massive if you get komplete since komplete has a whole slew of stuff to fool around with, not to mention the kontakt libraries you could buy. Before I go and reinstall all the extra soundsets I had for ElectraX Wavetables expansion, Morphing soundset, Chiptunes, Vintage, etc. Whatever you decide to do, make sure you get it off of sweetwater so you can pay for it monthly, unless you already have the money. . . . .
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