There is a common belief with software synths that you can either have a professional synth or you can have one that is simple to use. Addiction Synth from Stagecraft Software was designed to prove this theory wrong by delivering a subtractive synthesizer that is not just simple and intuitive, but can also provide users with the type of depth that you would expect from a professional subtractive synth.
One of the great things about being a parent is sharing your hobbies with your children and bonding with them over shared interests. Research has shown that it helps to boost the self-esteem of your child and can also help them to learn. While this is great if your hobby consists of cooking, reading, gardening or sewing, it becomes a little tricky if you are passionate about vintage synths.
A little while ago Rebel Technology, a modular manufacturer, launched their Kickstarter campaign. Their aim was to crowdfund three new compact desktop synthesizers and to accomplish this they set a funding goal of £12,000. It would seem that there are plenty of backers out there who are ready for a patchable, programmable synthesizer toolkit as it not only smashed through its initial funding goal, but eventually went on to reach more than double this goal.
Sponsored Post: While software synthesizers have opened up new avenues for musicians who might otherwise never have been able to afford the real hardware, they are not without their drawbacks. Two of the biggest concerns when it comes to soft synths are cost and features. You can either have a free soft synth with very limited features or a feature-packed soft synth that comes with a ton of options, but costs you an arm and a leg. Infinity Synth by Stagecraft Software is a product that is trying to address both these issues.