Applied Acoustics Systems has released Ultra Analog, a virtual analog synthesizer for Mac OS X and Windows, based on AAS' physical modeling synthesis engine that provides alias-free synthesizer components.
Ultra Analog is driven by two oscillators featuring sub oscillators, hard sync and integrated pitch envelopes. Two extensive multimode filters with distortion are then applied to shape its sonic character. Carefully chosen modulation options are provided by two syncable comprehensive LFOs, four loopable velocity sensitive envelope generators and vibrato. Finally, Ultra Analog comes equipped with high quality master effects including a delay, chorus and reverb module.
Pricing and Availability
Ultra Analog is available now for both the Windows and Mac OS X platform at a suggested retail price of US$199. Ultra Analog works as a standalone app and supports DXi, VST, Audio Units and RTAS (Mac OS only) plug-in formats.
For more information, visit their web site at www.applied-acoustics.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR
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