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Software Modular
« on: June 16, 2016, 06:43:22 AM »
I just ran across an article on Softube Modular...  oddly (to me at least since I prefer hardware) - seems kind of interesting how they are recreating specific modules.

"Created in close collaboration with Doepfer, Softube Modular gives you both the sound, flexibility and expandability of a true analog modular synthesizer. But Softube Modular is more than just another virtual synthesizer plug-in—it's an entirely new modular synth standard."

"Basic system contains six Doepfer modules (A-110-1 VCO, A-108 VCF, A-132-3 Dual VCA, A-140 ADSR, A-118 Noise/Random, A-147 VCLFO)

Basic system also contains over 20 Utility modules (such as MIDI to CV/gate, mixers, slew, sample & hold, switches, multiples, delay, offset, sequencers, clock dividers, logic and signal tools, as well as a Polyphonic MIDI to CV/gate module).

Additional authorized emulations from Intellijel is available as add-ons (uFold II, Korgasmatron II, Rubicon). Many more modules from other quality hardware Eurorack vendors to be released"

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Re: Software Modular
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2016, 07:08:19 AM »
Yep, interesting stuff. And looks great. Was delayed being released and apparently has problems in some hosts (Live), but I think its going to be really fun to play with. And will be excellent as a learning tool for anyone contemplating a physical modular. I will pick this up. Be good to see how it compares to NI's Reaktor 6, Blocks.
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