Repro-1 is a virtual synth plugin modelling a classic synth. Every detail of the original was captured using component-level modelling technology to create the most authentic model possible. All the subtle characteristics and quirks found in the original are present in Repro-1.
Component-level modelling of a classic monophonic synth
2 oscillators: saw/pulse and saw/triangle/pulse, including combinations and pulse width modulation.
White noise generator
Mixer for the audio generators with feedback path for extra bass boost
Filter: 4-pole lowpass, capable of self-oscillation. Cutoff, Resonance, dedicated envelope and key tracking controls
Amplifier: ADSR envelope with curve trimmer
Modulation true to the original, plus an extra 2-slot matrix
LFO: saw/triangle/pulse, including combinations
Extra modulation sources: AR/ASR envelope adopted from the wavefolder effect, plus Trigger and Gate
Arpeggiator: up or up/down, latch mode
Sequencer: Two-patterns, step recording: Editable pitch/velocity, note/tie/pause status per step, max. 32-notes each pattern (or 64 notes when chained). Copy/paste and rotate functions, save/load presets
5 built-in effects: wavefolder/distortion, delay/chorus, EQ/resonator, reverb, sonic conditioner/dynamics processor
500 factory presets
Mac OS X: AAX, AU, NKS, VST2 or VST3 compatible host software
Windows: AAX, NKS, VST2 or VST3 compatible host software
Supports 32bit and 64bit in all formats
AAX support for Pro Tools 10.3.7 or later, 11 & 12
...having that kind of quality in sw is always welcome whether its a prophet or moog emulation. btw i ve bought repro-1, my only uhe product atm clips above b: forget it , fugly resonance although the basic timbre is quite pleasant, 1st clip is obviously the best, more body i always read about filters mostly in...
Well, let's first define what I mean by "debunking HW vs SW myths". This isn't about the differences between a hardware synth and what I have lately called an "interpretation" of that. What I mean is, we have lived in a paradigm in which analogue hardware was inherently seen as "somewhat superior" to software. In particular...
...UAD as well to offload at least some DSP. These really good plugins just chew up 10-20% all by themselves. U-He Repro I can barely get to run with nothing else going on.
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