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Pure Sine VST from Gospel Musicians review

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Hey what’s up fam, back with a new product from gospel musicians, the same guy behind the Neo Soul EP

This one is a Sine wave instrument for UVI Workstation, Motu MachFive3, or Motu BPM

Let’s check it out!

So What is Pure Sine?

Basically if you’ve ever wanted to get those deep sub bass sounds or those smooth lead/whine type sounds quickly…this is for you.

This is an instrument with a very simple task, to give you a usable and flexible sine wave instrument.

From smooth RnB or West Coast style synth leads to deep round sub bass, it can all be found within this library.

There are some useful control inside that allow you to quickly setup glides when playing your bass or leads easily.

The sine wave is one of the most basic building blocks of synthesis, but it’s also one of the most recognizable waveforms in urban/electronic music.

Quick Specs

  • content: 485MB with multiple patches in various categories
  • format: UVI Soundbank (UVI Workstation, Motu MachFive3, Motu BPM)
  • price: $99.99

How does it sound?

This is a pretty straight forward sound but you’d be surprised how flexible a sine wave can be.

You can get smooth deep sub basses, or raw saw type basses.

You can also play with the envelopes to start getting kick drums and more percussive bass sounds.

Of course you also get those easily recognizable synth lead sounds and even some useful fx.

The UVI engine itself sounds good so it allows you to get some really good results from the Pure Sine instrument.

Also, since it’s mainly sine wave based, the instruments don’t take long to load at all.

What’s the bottom line?

Believe it or not, I get asked how to make “west coast whines” or “smooth deep bass” quick often. Expecially in urban music.

A good sine wave goes a long way.

Sure you can make a sine wave with any synth but it’s always cool to have a dedicated instrument that you don’t have to tweak a ton to get what you want.

I give Pure Sine 4 out of 5 subs, it’s a specialized instrument that achieves the desired results very quickly

If you’ve ever quickly wanted to get a deep sine bass or smooth lead, or even some really deep 808 style kicks, definitely check this one out.

Again, it’s not an all around workhorse instrument, but if you’re looking for what it does…sine bass and lead sounds, it does them well

Check it out: http://puresinevst.com

Leave me a comment below and let me know what you think!

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8 Responses to “Pure Sine VST from Gospel Musicians review”

  1. J says:

    I was champing at the bit for a while, until they finally released this. Man it was so worth the wait. Great review bro!

  2. Baddboy2000 says:

    SJ: This vst is a nice one to have. The sounds and FX that can be created using this appear endless. Thanks for the video review.

  3. robert says:

    Very cool

  4. gsoul76 says:

    It sounds like a moog mix with mophatt.

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