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    Serum! Such a great plugin. Pretty much a more polished version of Massive. Tons of video tutorials being released for the synth on YouTube as well.

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    omnisphere and synplant are very fun to work with. i pretty much just use either nowadays.

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    If I were just getting into synthesis and looking for a good synth (knowing what I know now) I'd take some time to learn synth fundamentals first (watch YouTube) and then start shopping.

    Once you learn the fundamentals you'll find that most modern/decent synths are capable of the exact same things and truly shine when you learn how to program your own stuff..

    $.02

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    Stock synths if you're just starting out. There's a billion different VSTi's... Some are free, some cost money. It's just endless. If you just wanna learn, I'd say just learn with the stock synths that come with your DAW and go find some tutorials to understand why they work the way they do.

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    Sylenth. Has great tutorial/online resources as well.

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