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Simple subtractive synth with some analog modelling

(41 Votes)
1.2 (Updated 12 years ago)
February 12, 2008
Reaktor 5 or lower


I needed a synth with a good sound but easy to use. No fancy stuff. Straight. And with a touch of analog synthesis.

I took osci and filter from ZooTok's beautiful emulation of the modular Synthi AKS, the "SIAC", combined it with 2 digital oscis, a 2-step digital filter, colored noise, overdrive and 4-phase chorus, and added ring modulation. An oscilloscope gives visual feedback (what-you-see-is-what-you-hear), also the filters and envelops are visually represented. I removed most of the values and scales to keep the interface clean and simple.

I hope you enjoy the sound and get some analog feel when you browse through the presets and tune the knobs.



Simon D Klapper
11 years ago
Sounds kind of warm. Nice.
Brian Franklin
12 years ago
This sounds really good, but holy cpu hit batman! Granted I don't have a quadcore cpu - just a dual core Athlon 4400. This guy averages around 20% cpu :(
Ashley Marians
12 years ago
ther are a lot of good/great ens coming out at the moment- this is one of them. what is happening out there in reaktor land?