SynthMaster: the most powerful soft synth you may not have

Only two kinds of people are likely to love SynthMaster: Intrepid sound designers who enjoy crafting their own patches, and musicians who just want to grab a great-sounding factory preset and play some music. If you’re not in either of those categories . . . well, I’m guessing you are. SynthMaster is not the best known soft synth, but
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