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Do not know how many soft synths I have. I lost count.
Numerous and soon forgotten ones. Some stand out from the crowd. I still use the old Powercore Virus, the relatively new Serum and Omnisphere are my all-time favorite.
Then Fathom comes along.
What first struck me was the unfamiliar interface. Why did they design it like that? I fumbled around with it for some hours and it grew on me. By the end of the day I was in love.
I have never really gone into the programming part of a synth. It seemed so cumbersome. I relied on others to make some presets. But now, one after another. It was more like playing an old video game, moving all the parts around, connecting them to hear dramatic or subtle differences. Fun!
Well, a GUI does not make a synth. The SOUND makes a synth. And Fathom does not let you down here either. It is seldom a free product sounds like this.
It competes with the oscillators of my most expensive top notch synths.
If you are still wondering if this is for you, try out the free (I said it again) version. I promise - you won't be going to bed the first three nights.