J'ai choisi le Sylphyo (après un EWI 5000) à cause de sa conception et de ses doigtés, proches de la flûte à bec.
Utilisé avec le boitier XpressO c'est l'instrument qu'il me fallait.
Voir mon site : "https://sarabandes.fr", musiques anciennes, Renaissance, baroque surtout.
Les morceaux sont en page privée (à cause de la SACEM) avec un mot de passe.
Me contacter en me donnant un e-mail pour les écouter si besoin.
I chose the Sylphyo (after an EWI 5000) because of its design and fingerings, which are close to the recorder.
Used with the XpressO case it is the instrument I needed.
See my website : "https://sarabandes.fr", early music, Renaissance, baroque especially.
The pieces are on a private page (because of the SACEM) with a password.
Contact me by giving me an e-mail to listen to them if needed.
Measured by time playing, Logic's synths are what I play the most - particularly ES2, Sculpture, and EXS24.
However, if I was picking one favorite for a brand new user starting from scratch, I'd probably pick Zeeon for iOS. I chose it because:
the UI is a joy to use. Exactly what it needs to have and nothing more.
the patches are really expressive and they all sound fantastic. I feel like some synths (like Synth One for iOS) are intended for more complex patches that don't lend themselves to being played. Those patches already have so much happening that the player's expression doesn't stand out.
it requires almost zero configuration. I usually just map expression/CC11 to filter cutoff, which takes 10 seconds (like this).
the default patches include a pretty wide range (and third-party patch banks). Probably the weakest category is bowed instruments.
it's $10 :-)