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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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JIMI ROYAL a part-time user from China writes:
Well,I can use large sound fonts now.It's really a cool synth.But the look is not so beautiful. And sometime it becomes non-realtimed. Can anyone tell why?

posted Monday-Jul-24-2000 at 15:05
Michael Alexander a part-time user from England writes:
This is one wicked sounding synth, i've been playing around with it for about a 8 weeks now, some of the sounds are amazing and you can tweak the filters which there are seven types, the oscilators, lfos,envelopes and every other parameter. My last ambient tune was nearly all of it was done on Reality 1.56. and my mate who is in an independant label thought ut was so good that he wants to put it out on a release. Anyway i think seer should update reality with more out put capability so you can use multiple sound cards, and some more effects processors so you can route sounds to the effects you want.

posted Monday-Mar-06-2000 at 20:27
moy a part-timer user from malaysia writes:
best softsynth so far. cause its got no MIDI delay . and its powerful. I am gonna use this entirely for my new project.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-02-1999 at 14:53
David Hilowitz a part-timer user from USA writes:
Great 'cept I wish it had portamento.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-19-1999 at 23:38
George from USA writes:
Man, I have used Reality for a year now and I am still blown away by the incredible power of it. It's easy, powerful and endlessly upgradable. Some idiot from Keyboard magazine wrote in his review that the piano sound in Reality is weak. I still think that either the guy didn't play it at all or he is full of shit because I compared Reality's pianos to Kurzweil K2000VP's and Roland JV1000's and I liked Realit's pianos much more. The Rhodes in Reality is just awesome! I don't like the strings though. I only wish they'd come with an upgrade allowing multiple outs.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Dec-03-1998 at 22:41
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