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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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chris a part-time user from phx writes:
great, love it 5 out 0f 5

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-11-2004 at 16:31
John a professional user from United Kingdom writes:
The virus is a great sounding VA synth. Its not exactly perfect analog but its really good. Great user interface, great features and the most convincing analog emulation on the market. The filters are incredibly musical but the oscilators are a little thin and will require unison practically all the time. The Virus sounds pretty dark and its quite difficult to eek out genuinely happy bright sounds.

A really good synth 9 out of 10

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-28-2003 at 20:05
grant a hobbyist user from OZ writes:
Ive have a few anolog bits like MS20,s system 100,jupiter 8, mks50 and I think the Virus C is a fantastic machine thats very easy to program and can create very realistic anolog sounds to complement any studio, I find that I use it constantly and is making alot of my gear just gather dust. Here in OZ its not cheap at about $5000 but then if you want an Andromeda A6, which would be my keyboard of choice then with a$7000+ price tag, its only for the lucky few.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-18-2003 at 21:15
SPQR a hobbyist user from greece writes:
check out os 6.5,even if u dont have a virus u should hear its sound is getting verry realisticly analog like the selfoscillating of the filter is killer!things only get better for ppl who like the virus!!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-08-2003 at 16:00
NASA a professional user from Wales writes:
I totally agree with what the reveiwer directly below me says. If you are going to pick a 'VA' synth, then I strongly suggest you look into the Virus. The Virus is sonically very powerful, very warm and covers alot of musical genres. It has a neat distinctive tone (Thx to the Filters, distortion and on-board phaser). I have auditioned alot of digital and VA synths. I think 99% of VA synths definitely have something to offer electronic music, but I do feel uncomfortable with the notion that they can replace true analogue altogether. I love my Virus for what it can do, just as I love my early digital synths and analog mono's & poly's. Professionals and hobbyists alike should enjoy the fact that we have so many cool sounding synths on the market from which to choose from. The Virus', the Nords, the Rolands, the Korgs, the Novation stuff, the Waldorf stuff....all this gear has something to offer :). Every year that passes, VA synths are getting better and better. They are starting to sound warmer and fatter and their individual sonic character is starting to shine through, this is a pleasing trend.

Go and try out a Virus. If you dont like it, who cares!....there are plenty of others manufacturers to choose from.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Aug-19-2003 at 07:28
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