Synth Site: Soft/Virtual/Cards: Dream Station: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
page 2 of 4:   <<<  1  2  3  4  >>>
ray a professional user from md,usa writes:
ever since i got my hands on dreamstation,my life has changed!this i sone of the best sounding soft synths ever!looks and sounds absolutely sexy!very low latency and the option to use it with an external sequencer mean this is like having a sophisticated 3 oscillator 16 part synth at your does moog,it does 303,and yes,it even does prophet 5.i haven't been this pleased with a soft synth since rebirth!forget the hype over reason!get this instead!truly a dreamstation.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-26-2001 at 02:09
Rabi a hobbyist user from California USA writes:
I thik Dreamstation is okay. Not my favorite softsynth at all but still usable.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jan-09-2001 at 10:27
Kelly a hobbyist user from United States writes:
A very nice soft synth that produces a wide range of sounds. It is possible to make increadibly real viola/violin sounds with this thing. Seems to shine in the higher frequencies. If you want big bass - Look else where.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-15-2000 at 14:33
Clueboy a part-time user from USA writes:
I dl'ed DreamStation to see if it would play nice with my version of Logic (which I can't seem to get Vaz+ to do, something to do with the MIDI loopback). Lo and behold, it dropped right in and showed up - it's in my environment now and it's a joy. On my audio workstation (P3-700) the latency is down to 10msec. and I get all the voices I could want. Between this and VSampler I literally sold off my poorer-sounding 'retro' outboard gear (well, except the TG33) and am in Heaven. My only complaint is that it's sometimes hard to accurately twiddle the knobs in 1280x1024 (ppht). And you _can't_ beat the new price!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-16-2000 at 15:03
Sr Minimo a professional user from Puerto Rico writes:
Truly awsome for its price. I could use some improvements like handling VST instruments and be able to sequence them 'tracker' style, wich is still the original and easiest way, and could use more commands on the sequencer, but overall incredible sound and flexibility. Count me in for DS2

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Oct-27-2000 at 18:57
page 2 of 4:   <<<  1  2  3  4  >>>