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For fans of real analog synthesis who no longer own their beloved synths or prefer the convience of MIDI control, Analog to Digital have created affordable solutions in PC VST format.
The Reincarnation series is a set of sample-based synths which allow the user to change the filter level with a keyboard mod wheel and select resonance levels. It can even recreate glitch-free analog filter sweeps.
The first releases in the Reincarnation series emulate the Roland TB303, MC202 and Juno 106. Recreations of the Korg MS-10 and Music and More MB-33 are planned.
Reincarnation series instruments feature:
Also available from the company is Supersaw Plus, a 16-voice polyphonic analog-modeled VST instrument synthesizer with an effects section (reverb, delay and chorus). It is designed to create fat sounds very much like the classic Roland JP-8000 synth, particularly the supersaw. There are also square, triangle and pwm oscillators.
Major knobs on all synths can be controlled from MIDI and all come with PDF manuals.
Analog to Digital is offering introductory pricing of $20 ( 11, 16 euros) per synth (normal price $25), or all four synths can be had for $50.
For more information, visit their web site at www.cd303.com