Review: Native Instruments Monark

If you're looking for a synth with attitude for seriously cool bass and lead sounds you should check out Native Instruments' Monark. G. W. Childs gives it a thorough exploration in this review.  

There was a time when there was a plug-in subtractive synthesizer being released almost every week. In the early 2000s, it's what everyone wanted, and many companies stood up and said, 'Yes, we will make subtractive synthesizer plug-ins just for you!'

Sound Designer, Musician, Author... G.W. Childs has worn many hats. Beginning in the U.S. Army back in 1991, at the age of 18, G.W. began learning electronics, communications and then ultimately audio and video editing from the Department of Defense. Upon leaving the military G.W. went on to work for many exciting companies like Lu... Read More

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