Publisher: Digital Sound Factory
Quality: 16 bit 44.1 kHz mono
Description: Another nameless tool, downloaded from file hosting services. Two things (the similarity of the names of the patches of the product sold on the DSF website in the Cakewalk format, and the presence of the DigitalSoundFactory.wav file in the downloaded folder) hint that this was also either purchased by DSF from some OEM, or also stolen and distributed anonymously . The interface is exactly the same as St. Thomas Strings, the picture could be better, I never liked wallpaper in the form of just a photograph of an instrument, they could take the initiative and make a normal interface with a logo, like in the Roland XP-50 repack, etc.
Additional Information :
The OB-Xa was designed as an enhanced OB-X, aiming to provide more features than its main competitor, the Prophet 5. The OB-Xa had lots of bells and whistles such as chord hold, poly glide, two LFOs and a switchable 2 or 4 pole filters. Above all, the OB-Xa retains the famous Oberheim sound. The OB-Xa excels at beefy leads, lush pads and shimmering strings.