Flimbo.. Worth chasing?

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Flimbo.. Worth chasing?

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Been off for a while, tinkering away. Purchased Sampletank from esoundz over Christmas for $80 so stripped my vst library down to this and maybe 2 others.. Helping to focus for sure, too much choice is a bad thing .

Anyways, anyone care to offer an opinion on this, and whether its down as a bin-it or carry on? The guitars are a bit choppy and that's what I'm not overly sure of.


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Oh it's certainly a carry on. It sounds very organic yet clean and nicely cohesive.

I'm not too sure what you mean by choppy guitars, but if you think the ADSR could do with some adjustment then why not have a go? You could also try an expander.

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I like it alot. Has that happy summery feel to it. I keep thinking a nice video to go along with it.
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