In a reddit AMA from November 2014, Lazy Rich is asked about his favorite synths. He replies, "Been really getting into Spire recently (thanks to Jon), it takes a bit more effort to EQ it but you get a big fat sound very easily. Been using it for my next couple of tracks so you'll hear the results soon!" (original reddit source [here](http://www.reddit.com/r/electronicmusic/comments/2nlgz0/i_am_djproducer_lazy_rich_ask_me_anything/cmenpw7)).more
Deli Mag: Is there an electronic instrument (real or virtual) that left its mark on this record more than others? Olga Bell: Spire! I read about Spire on some random forum, bought it (it was kind of a splurge), and went right for the big-room house presets, tweaking them until they became lovable and awkward. My favorite was a preset called “Guetta Bitch”, a stepper that appears in the middle of “Randomness”.more
In this Instagram video clip of Miss K8's DAW session as she's working on a track called [Blackout](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcPGkBFlGq0), it can be seen that she uses the Reveal Sound Spire Synthesizer Plugin. > "Here is a small preview of my new track BLACKOUT! 190 bpm! #MissK8 #Blackout"more
Great sound, great synth, great people behind it! It has a very crisp yet warm tone to it that is fitting for electronic and includes some great filter types, onboard effects, and presets. Its a bit of a CPU hog though, so be careful when trying to run multiple instances.
"The number one place I go to for chords and melodies. I love that the presets are already really clean so I don't really have to do too much to make them what I want. Ryzu actually put me on to it, and I've been hooked ever since."