Which is Your goto VI for analog synth sounds?

Discussion in 'VIRTUAL SYNTHS: Omnisphere, U-he, Reaktor, etc.' started by Jonas Hallstrom, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. Jonas Hallstrom

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    Analog sytle, organic, warm (insert adjective)
    It doesn't have to be an emulation of a real hardware synth.

    A motivation of why this is your favorite would be great!
     
  2. jneebz

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    1. Zebra - just sounds fantastic. Programming layout is logical.

    2. Omnisphere 2.5 - rompler of course, but the latest update adds some beautiful sounding analog patches.
     
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  3. Michelob

    Michelob Pouet pouet !

  4. j_kranz

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  6. givemenoughrope

    givemenoughrope Senior Member

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    Can Serum do warm-ish sounds? It seems to be used for harsher stuff...
     
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  7. Satorious

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    It's great value, I also love Hybrid 3 (same site/price/development company)... Can't go wrong for that price! :)
     
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  8. markd

    markd New Member

    I use and love Hybrid 3 as well. I find Hybrid 3 has a more digital and modern sound, whereas Vacuum Pro definitely has that 70's vibe.
     
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  9. Cinebient

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    P900 by a country mile. No one gots that nice (polyphonic)saturation on high resonance so well.
    Also great is Repro, Model D app and Zeeon app but P900 is my first choice and very versatile as it is a modular (with 8 voices polyphony).
     
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  10. sostenuto

    sostenuto Big NKS Fan !

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    Omni 2.5 :thumbsup:
    Years of use since original Omni purchase … and still coming across classic analog synth patches not used before. :inlove:
     
  11. R. Soul

    R. Soul Senior Member

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    What do you mean 'too'?
    It's the best :grin:
     
  12. wst3

    wst3 my office these days

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    First call remains Wayoutware TimewARP2600, this thing just sounds amazing. Next up would be Zebra and Repro. I just picked up Diva, and I expect that to work its way towards the top of the list. Also not to be ignored, and of the GForce synts, and especially Oddity. Disclosure, I learned to program synthesizers on the Arp Oddesey and 2600, so I'm sure I am biased.
     
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  13. jmauz

    jmauz Member

    Arturia V collection.
     
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  14. Spip

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    If you are looking for analog sound, Diva and RePro by u-he. Diva is more "polymorph" but Repro bites...

    For something with a (really more) wider field, but still with a lot of "analog" sounds, Omnisphere...
     
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    Thanks all for many good suggestions!
     
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  17. gsilbers

    gsilbers Part of Pulsesetter-Sounds.com

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    U-HE Repro (1&5) wink
     
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    U-HE Diva and Repro 5. I've never been an analog guy, but since I've heard Diva, I'm completely hooked! Great third party libraries available as well. A no brainer as far as I'm concerned.
     
  19. tmm

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    I would have said Diva for years before, but now I have Repro, and can't stop using Repro. It's awesome.
     
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