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THE ROUGE

Vintage Monophonic Synth

(13 Votes)
Howie Ross
1.0 (Updated 3 years ago)
1.7MB
February 06, 2017
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

This is an emulation of a vintage mono synth from THAT company.
The original was considered a scaled down version of the Prodigy synth.
The two oscillators (Saw and Square/Pulse) must play the exact same waveform but can be detuned.
There is also only one envelope generator that is shared by both the Filter and the Loudness Amp, offering just Attack, Release (Sustain can be switched on/off).

What at first glance seems limitations actually makes for a very intuitive and versatile PERFORMANCE synth. One neat feature is the Synch option of the two oscillators: Switched to "contured" you can detune the second osc via the "AMT" over 4 octaves. This makes it really scream - especially when you raise the volume of the osc's into high level: You then push the filter in to overdrive. Wicked.

The sound example I provided features one saw bass which I played with LIVE via a customized midi controller. The fun starts at about 0min50sec ;-)

Future developmental include Midi-Sync for the Modulation. Should be handy when you trigger the envelope via LFO.

Enjoy.

Howie Ross

COMMENTS  (5)

Rulgert Ghostalker
2 years ago
i ued The Rouge in a track recently....at first i loaded it because i just wanted a simple tweaker to play arroud with....the ajustments are admitedly a little corse, but last tweak click nailed the character and it found it's home within the song, because it really does sound good ( if your lucky enough to hit your sweet spot not wishing for an " inbetween click " )
Howie Ross
3 years ago
Thank you for the positive feedback Paule and Domingo. And Rick: There obviously is this hardware synth by the name Rogue. I was playing the Anagram game here...and other options like Egrou, Urgeo or Grueo looked too ridiculous ;-)
Rick Duff
3 years ago
Not to be -that- guy but did you mean Rogue? Like assassin? or Pink? Rouge?
Domingo Fernandez
3 years ago
thanks is awesome
Paule
3 years ago
Phat sound and some good snapshots.
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