A collection of the best filters by vintage synthesizers
KRG It was one of “K” first major successful portable analog monosynths and even today it is still a great little machine! In addition to two analog oscillators, it featured two resonant VCFs (voltage controlled filters). The VCF section is capable of high-pass, low-pass, notch and band-reject which is unique and different than your basic lowpass style filter. It makes a great alternative for MMG. KRG sounds fat, round, punch and percussive. The circuit has been refurbished.
MMG Historically, it is considered the very first synthesizer for musicians, it became the most popular synth of all time, and still is to this day! MMG uses a 4-pole (24 dB/oct) low-pass filter with cutoff, resonance and a modified ciruit to switch the filter at 2-pole (12 dB/oct). Amazingly filter design has yet to be surpassed by a better sounding filter. It's a filter that sounds so warm and smooth without rivals. The circuit has been refurbished.
TSY A custom-shop handmade vintage synthesizer with multiple tube stage, wired “on-air” with a lot of vintage NOS tubes, his filter section is a real unique “FX machine” with low-pass, notch and band-pass. TSY has a warm, rich, full sound of tubes! The circuit has been revised and refurbished.
The Sound Every synth is different with his personal sound. MMG is fat and punching, MMG is warm and smooth, TSY is rich and warm. VSF is a collection with a complete palette of sounds for all music styles and FX.
. 10 differents programs at 7K and 5K . Filter stage with frequency and resonance continuous controls . Line Amp programs . Real "Saturation" control . Over 400MB library programs . Available as single library or as discounted bundle
PLEASE NOTE: every hardware sounds different from another and these units has been modified and improved in the sound.
>>> Free Demo available.
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I'm not going to buy this library, I can resist, yes I can!!
....***sigh***, probably not...
Looks promising, Alex! BTW, would it be possible to hook up an LFO to a filter in Nebula, that would be cool, although I fear that the engine couldn't cope with such fast 'sweeps'. Please tell me I'm wrong; I'd love the idea of using these filters on softsynths, because most of them sound so incredibly thin. Very curious about the Line Amp.
Anyway, I would like to listen some examples first. One of my dreams is to have a Nebula smooth filter, not just with fixed parameters but with the possibility of automation in my DAW. I don't know if this library is a milestone or if Nebula can't do smooth filterings (yet).
Reaper could create automated envelopes on the frequency and resonance. Click "Parameter Modulation" on the envelope lane and click LFO. Using nebula.dll seems give a more responsive sound than nebula reverb.dll.
AlexB wrote:Try the Demo. Demo is stepped, commercial library is continuous variable control. The sound of both version is the same.
I'll give a try to the demo, that's for sure! I've never was disappointed with your libraries, Alessandro... Anyway, if the demo is stepped I think it's not going to be useful for me, since I'm looking something a little less rough.
How continuous is the filter in the commercial library? I bought some Nebula filters before and I was never totally convinced, mainly because of the lacking of continuous variable control.
Both controls are really continuous and smooth, please read the user manual. The frequency is from 0 to 10 (20Hz to 20Khz) and the resonance from 0 to 10. MiniMoog has different numbers for the frequency -5 to +5 with center 0 : 20Hz to 20kHz. 0 = 1kHz
Moog eQ will come... It's really hard to sampling and programming in good way but I still working on it