This is by far my favourite synth! My go-to for resampling, basses, pads, leads, plucks and everything else there is. Since it is additive based it can do things that I don't know are possible in any other synth i know!
If you ask me, Harmor deserves the reputation Massive has (and by that I mean it should be sought after by thousands of aspiring electro/dubstep producers). I first discovered it's power while watching SeamlessR's tutorials and live streams, and since then pretty much all of my productions have used Harmor in some way. A great synth for leads, pads, and especially basses. It's about one hundred dollars on Guitar Center, and it's the best hundred dollars you'll make buying a VST.
Harmor is a very good additive synth. You can articulate everything from the unison pitch to the prism amount. The effects are very good and can completely change the sound. The only thing I dislike about it is the LFO, which is always out of sync even in tempo mode, and can not be edited very well.
Man, this synth has some of the coolest features ever. You get two parallel synths running in sequence, easy pluck features, the ability import images and sound for resynthesis, and you even draw your own filters.
Harmor is amazing I use it for almost everything from resampling vocal tracks to leads to hardcore basses. Wonderful selection of effects and inclusion of the harmonizer from harmless, visually appealing too, along with a wavetable synthesizer such as massive or serum and an fm such as fm8 or sytrus it's a must have plugin for electronic producers. The best basses can be made when you use vocodex or ohmicide on it.
This is the best VSTi plugin I have ever work with. You can easily create amazing sounds. Fantastic results can be achieved very easy in FL-Studio DAW using "Hybridize" option in preset selection window. Highly recommended!
Harmor and Harmless have been growing on me a lot to reinforce the lows on my hardware generated basslines.... these plugins sound REALLY good in the mix and have great modulation and routing capabilities as well as th ability to create really complex oscillator shapes. I think they're supposed to contend with NI's Massive, but the character is different and I prefer them for two reasons: 1) Massive is so ubiquitous that I just never want to hear it again and 2) Harmor and Harmless were included with FL producer
Harmor is able to resample, subtract and add. I love harmor, however I never use it for resampling, I use it always for my leads, pads, arpeggiators and basses. A wonderful synthesizer, not even that expensive either.
There's nothing bad about harmor really, I recommend getting this synth.
CPU Usage isin't really high at all. (Atleast for me.) Pentium G3420